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3.76 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Babel (9:44)
2. Goetia (5:06)
3. Chorazin (17:15)
4. Grigori (14:01)
5. Andras Sodom (7:20)
6. Abaddon (12:13)
7. Y Gair (8:31)

Total time 74:10

Line-up / Musicians

- Brian Williams / performer, composer, producer

- Aina Skinnes Olsen / voice (1-3,7)
- Enrique Ugalde / voice (4)
- Jarboe La Salle Devereaux / voice (5)
- Maynard James Keenan / voice (6)

Releases information

Artwork: Simon Fowler

CD Blackest Ever Black ‎- BLACKESTCD004 (2013, UK)

LPx2 Blackest Ever Black ‎- BLACKESTLP004 (2013, UK)

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Review by admireArt
4 stars "Blackest Ever Black"

The record label's name is the "keyword" for this exciting adventure named "The Word as Power", Lustmord's 2013 release, which as promised, for the first time introduces "live" voices, to his pitch black, electronic aesthetics.

Sacred dark music, which even being non-religious, is close to middle East's canons of composition, without the drumming, but in spirit and depth. The musical compositions dare to be "obscure", but not by the "satanic" paraphernalia standards, people associate this kind of "dark" projects and music with. In fact, being that he has vocal guests, he "hosts" them with extreme care and attention. He, as the owner of his own musical language, by now is very well skilled with any kind of "collaboration" project with other musicians, (he has one with Robert Rich which appears under Rich's name here in PA). Although, this one goes only with his name, it will be unfair not to mention his 3 guests: Jarboe- voice of "Andras Sodom", Maynard James Keenan- voice of "Abaddon" and Soriah-voice of "Grigori".

So, feel prepared for an un-holy ritualistic "obscure" mass of Lustmord's "black" electronics/acoustics, enhancing the attributes and skills of the human voice or its "powers", its lights and darkness. In a simmilar kind of tenor like Jocelyn Pook's "Flood" , 1999, recording.

****4 "Electronic audiophile" PA stars, that should be appreciated by anyone in the Prog listening universe.

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