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Lydhode

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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. En Tre I Mitt ye (34:08)
2. A Gospel Of Knives (14:34)
3. Dvalegruva (35:36)

Total Time 1:24:18

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Line-up / Musicians

- Terje Paulsen, Jan Morten Iversen, Roar Borge / all electronics and effects

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March 2008
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4 stars Dvalegruve is a free downloadable album of dark, experimental, near-avant-garde electro-acoustic field recording manipulations. The music is a strong mixture of Lustmord and Matteo Uggeri in its abstract darkness. Experimental electronic zaps and drones intermingle perfectly with the dungeon-like field recording sounds to create an earthy and suffocating atmosphere that is ambient like the experience of solitary confinement. The title-track contains robotic groans that could've been taken from the computer ghosts of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's film, Kairo, and is bound to give anyone a chill, at least. This entire album is thoroughly sinister, and very convincing to that effect, much more so that anything Lustmord has released in the past decade.

If you're into dark ambient with both experimental and organic twists then this free album is definitely one to check out. It's a bit long (about an hour and a half) but the time just flies by with this album.

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