This is zionengine’s music collection on Bandcamp.

zionengine

  1. Colorado Springs, Colorado
  2. Metal
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  1. Babi Yar
    by Flowers for Bodysnatchers
    Two Miles North-West Two Miles North-West
    History is our greatest horror story to date.
  2. My Body is a Burden
    by Gloomseeker
    Come on, "Gloomseeker"? This is right up my alley. The reverb and backmasking make it sound like voicing his feelings takes every ounce of remaining strength.
  3. Same Ol' Doom
    by Gloomseeker
    If you took a Mississippi blues song and left it outside to freeze to death overnight, you'd have this.
  4. WEEP
    by the Weep
    I'll take any iteration of Doc Hammer's creativity. Blend 80's new wave and post-punk, serve on ice with a lime wedge.
  5. To A Vestige of Purest Light (Acoustic EP)
    by Suldusk
    Return as trees (feat Skyggefigurrer) Return as trees (feat Skyggefigurrer)
  6. Realms
    by Darkher
    These are the siren songs you hear from a well at dusk. If you look into the well, a hand will reach out and pull you into freefall.
  7. Apocryphos - Study in Shadow
    by This Is Darkness
    "Even with the utterly lost, to whom life and death are equally jests, there are matters of which no jest can be made." -Edgar Allan Poe
  8. Blackened Stars
    by Orphiká
    A perfect song for long walks at night in winter.
  9. Under A Sheltering Sky
    by David Galas
    This is a good entry into Galas' sound. I recommend getting all his albums, but DON'T listen to them back to back. You won't be able to get out of bed for about two days.
  10. Winter Synth
    by Winterblood
    Ceremonial circle Ceremonial circle
    "Winter Synth" is the exact right name. This stuff *sounds* like the cover image. "Ceremonial Circle" sounds like the theme to an 80's European fantasy film with a real budget and good actors.
  11. Jet Stream
    by Strange Boutique
    Jet Stream Jet Stream
    These songs invite you to dig into the band's history and hear what *led* to this sound. For me, it's a smooth blend of Monica Richards'...Richards's...MONICA's solo work and Strange Boutique's catalog. The acoustic guitar adds a dash of Mission UK.
  12. Der Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer
    by V/A
    Agalloch & Mathias Grassow - Nebelmeer Agalloch & Mathias Grassow - Nebelmeer
    A good mix of folk, metal, AND folk metal. The songs with shriek-vocals would make the guy in the painting march his butt down off that outcropping. Also, the cover art is beautiful.
  13. Nebelmeer
    by Agalloch and Mathias Grassow
    Dark and soothing. It's interesting to hear Agalloch as ambient instead of as folk metal.
  14. Frozen Bloom
    by Olhava
    The Queen of Fields The Queen of Fields
    Melancholy at 200 mph (300 kph). If you like "Ladoga", get this album now.
  15. Songs Nobody Wanted Us To Cover
    by the Weep
  16. Too Much Nothing
    by the Weep
  17. Are 'Friends' Electric? (Tubeway Army Cover)
    by Lycia
    Well, now it's only fair for Numan to cover a Lycia song. "Sleepless" would be a slam dunk.
  18. May Our Chambers Be Full
    by Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou
  19. Fifth Sun
    by Lycia
  20. The Kingdom Field
    by Darkher
    Foregone Foregone
    This just simply hits the spot. Though it isn't witch-rock, I can imagine a coven taking comfort in these songs in the 17th century. Jayn's voice and guitar frame it all in sadness and supernatural menace.