This is Tru3Exist0r’s music collection on Bandcamp.


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  1. Digi Dash (prod. by Jayyeah)
    This track is my champion break up song. 💔 Horse Head is my heartbreak Top Gun, my break up Tom Cruise. This song has been with me through a divorce and one failure of a relationship after another since then.
  2. Michelle Carter
    by SKYND
    If we still have artists who go where SKYND goes, perhaps all is not lost. Because of SKYND, I know that real art can still be made. I'd do anything to be able to collaborate in so brutally honest a project like this.
    by Blòt Heathen
  4. The Burning Circle And Then Dust
    by Lycia
  5. Estrella
    by Lycia
  6. Penumbra Soundtrack
    by Mikko Tarmia
  7. Are You Afraid of the Dark?
  9. A T R I U M
    by Hallmark '87
    by PZA
  11. Nyarlathotep
    by Cryo Chamber Collaboration
    Cryo Chamber have contributed a set of unique documents, both to Lovecraft's legacy and to the history of music. I am aware of no other musical undertaking which has ever captured the black essence and terrifying granduer of Lovecraft's fiction as masterfully as the Cryo Chamber artists have with their magnificent collaborations!
  12. Azathoth
    by Cryo Chamber Collaboration
    Among the very best of Cryo Chamber's Lovecraftian albums, and that's saying a lot. Azathoth's two long form ambient odysseys really do capture the sense of scale, the sheer weight and size of Azathoth, the blind idiot god, who is, alas, the very ground of cosmic being. The music draws you in and then overwhelms and overpowers you, so that you are listening...helplessly, flat, prone but destined to survive this potent aural sample of Azathoth's power!
  13. Cthulhu
    by Cryo Chamber Collaboration
    I truly believe that H.P. Lovecraft would have approved. He was famously a tough critic, both of himself and of others, but he always encouraged people to explore the cosmos he envisioned. I think he'd like these.
  14. Hastur
    by Cryo Chamber Collaboration
    I found both parts of Yig to be equally amazing. Imagine my pleasure when I discovered that it was only one of FOUR projects in this series. I didn' think twice about picking up the other three!
  15. Shub-Niggurath
    by Cryo Chamber Collaboration
    When encountered Shub-Niggurath at the end of Quake, I had no idea what the fiction of H.P. Lovecraft would someday mean to me. No musicians have ever captured that feeling the way the folks at Cryo Chamber have.
  16. Yog-Sothoth
    by Cryo Chamber Collaboration
    Who's Cthulhu's and Hastur's Cosmic Daddy? Who is the Outermost God of them all? Who are the Outermost Gods of Music? Cryo Chamber, of course!
  17. Yig
    by Cryo Chamber Collaboration
    Huge fan of Lovecraft, huge fan of the Cryo Chamber artists and once again, they've hit a home run.
  18. Jim Jones
    by SKYND
    Who knew that artists could still be as edgy as this. Honestly, discovering SKYND has been a huge relief. It has been SO refreshing to encounter a sensibility utterly indifferent to what peoples' triggers might be.
  19. Columbine (feat. Bill $aber)
    by SKYND
    Everyone is a little too quick to say that this song and its music video DO NOT confer celebrity on Eric and Dylan. Really? It certainly does NOT glorify them. But it hardly pulls its punches either. Kudos to SKYND for going somewhere few if any still have the balls to go.
  20. Running In The Night (feat. Ollie Wride)
    by FM-84
    This song takes me back into the DANGER ZONE!