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A Walker

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  1. Darkly I Listen
    by The Rosenshoul
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    Violence My Heart Violence My Heart
  2. Aokigahara
    by Flowers for Bodysnatchers
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    Field Of Ink Field Of Ink
  3. Automne
    by Flowers for Bodysnatchers
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    Moindre Moindre
    The haunting chills of a world moving in slow motion. Automne is an album with a certain intangible narrative. Ghostly, vague yet measured and immense. Tracks like S'effondrer are in part absolutely terrifying. With the howling of air raid sirens to the sparse mechanical hums permeated by thumping low end beats. This is truly end of the world and post apocalyptic indeed.
  4. S O L A R I S
    by Flowers for Bodysnatchers
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    Dominion Dominion
    Listening to this album I found myself feeling as if I'd become a part of the narrative. Moving beyond being the observer to a character within the sound and movement. Delving deep into the delicate nature of the Half Broken Horses tracks to riding the symphonic waves and dark ambience of Strange Objects, Monophonic Conversations and Dominion. Then the album slides into a darker soulful caprice with Love Is Some Damp Inertia and Rheya. The album builds tension and mood in constantly unique ways.
  5. Hidden Field
    by The Rosenshoul
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    Winter's Kill Winter's Kill
    Devastating industrial clatter overwhelms melody and melancholy in what must be the greastest Industrial Dark Ambient experience any listener is likely to encounter! This album covers extraordinary ground in sonic resonance. Compelling and lethargic in its composition this is by far the most intelligent soundscape you'll ever encounter.
  6. Low Winter Sun (Deluxe Edition)
    by The Rosenshoul
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    Low Winter Sun Low Winter Sun
    By far the best album from The Rosenshoul and a prime example of a musician at the peak of their creative genius. And the deluxe version of this album is a treat! There's a melancholy whimsy that snakes in and out of this entire album as if there's a greater whole to its parts. Tremendously abrasive in parts yet the metallic howling is just at home with the unique melodies though out
  7. Yokai
    by The Rosenshoul
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    Yamachichi Yamachichi
    An industrial nightmare from beginning to end occasionally dropping in and out to reveal its dark and often fantastical ambiance. The Rosenshoul's constant all encompassing and dense noise is a one of a kind experience. There truly isn't any other musical project quite like this. It's as if you're drowning in sound, caught in a rip tide to which there is no escape