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DEEP IN OCEAN SUNK THE LAMP OF LIGHT

Aethenor

 

Progressive Electronic

3.44 | 5 ratings

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colorofmoney91
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4 stars Aethenor's Deep In Ocean Sunk The Lamp Of Light is the sound of the earth's ancestral spirits invading your mind, altering it into insanity of the darkest persuasion. The album begins with the sounds of furious winds, crashing oceans, klanging of metals upon a close-by vessel, sounds of distant lighthouse sirens echoing across the water. This is the signal of the rising of the high priest of the Great Old Ones from out of the ocean's depths - Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.

But seriously, this album really does have a Lovecraftian effect on the mind, and could very well be inspired by the infamous mythos, considering the album's name and pseudo-cryptic cover. For those not too impressed with progressive electronic of the spacier variety, perhaps this dissonant and earthy take on the genre may be more to you're liking. Highly recommended cryptic, dark, dissonant, empty, and creepy progressive electronic from Cthulhu's house at R'lyeh.

colorofmoney91 | 4/5 |

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