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The Descent - Spectral Lore - I (CD, Album)

9 Thoughts to “ The Descent - Spectral Lore - I (CD, Album) ”

  1. Nidal
    Spectral Lore ‎– I. Genre: Electronic, Rock. Style: Black Metal, Ambient. Year: Notes: The same album released under cd and tape/5(29).
  2. Tuhn
    To vent off frustration, the album “Sentinel” had been written and produced in during an intense period of 3 months, allowing the band’s sole member Ayloss to acquire the necessary production skills to successfully complete “III”, considered by Ayloss himself as SPECTRAL LORE’s best work to date.
  3. Gardaktilar
    Spectral Lore discography (all) II () Split Release date: August Catalog ID: N/A Label: Stellar Auditorium Productions Format: CD Limitation: copies Reviews: 1 review (avg. 70%) Songs; Lineup; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Underjordiska - Part I (Descent) (loading lyrics) 2. Spectral Lore - Part II (Ascent).
  4. Kazilar
    I, an Album by Spectral Lore. Released in on Saturnine (catalog no. SS; Cassette). Genres: Atmospheric Black Metal, Black Ambient, Dark Ambient.
  5. Kajizuru
    Explore releases from Spectral Lore at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Spectral Lore at the Discogs Marketplace.
  6. Kamuro
    Album Rating: It's ok, but really bogged down by its length. Could have been 80ish minutes and would have been so much better. Most important conclusion though: Mare Cognitum > Spectral Lore. Digging: Odraza - Rzeczom. MiloRuggles Contributing Reviewer April 23rd
  7. Nekasa
    Mar 12,  · Jacob Buczarski and Ayloss (who are Mare Cognitum and Spectral Lore, respectively) admit, on the album’s bandcamp page, that Holst was an influence. Where Holst stopped at seven planets, Mare Cognitum & Spectral Lore take it to nine, including both Earth and the much beloved planetoid of Pluto.
  8. Gajar
    I by Spectral Lore, released 10 July 1. Layers of Conception 2. The Drowning 3. Echoes of a Long Dead and Forgotten Place 4. The Descent 5. Sigma Receptor 6. The Cleansing Rain/Morningrise in the Eternal Fields 7. Exodus.
  9. Gor
    The album was born out of the idea of experimenting with oriental music, using metal instrumentation. It was decided by Ayloss not to formally study the music beforehand, but to invoke an unconscious remembrance of it, in order to get it out distorted and mixed with the .

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