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Telepathic with the Deceased

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Entrance into Nothingness
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Slaughtered Useless Beings in a Nihilistic Dream
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Abysmal Depths are Flooded
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May Your Void Become as Deep as My Hate!
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Telepathic with the Deceased
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A Walk Beyond Utter Blackness (Instrumental)
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Cursed Revelations
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Drown into Eternal Twilight
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Murdered Echoes of the Mind
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Exit
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 57:32

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seanpgehret

Download this album to get a taste of Xasthurs bizarre and interesting take on black metal. Don't download or buy any others! They are all EXACTLY the same !

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"One of the defining traits of many Hydra Head releases would be the marriage between the ugly and the beautiful, the dissonant and the melodic," says former ISIS frontman Aaron Turner, a co-founder of the label alongside Mark Thompson. "This kind of synthesis is apparent through many of our artists regardless of genre, perhaps at times in spite of it." In other words, there's more to Hydra Head than a battering ram blend of molten melodies,… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Xasthur’s fourth album opens with a nearly four-minute electronic instrumental consisting of two chords in a long, droning pattern, sounding like the results of a jam session between Trent Reznor and Steve Reich. The nine tracks that follow add some more traditional black metal touches (hyper-speed and completely unfunky drumbeats, death growl vocals, guitar amps set on stun — that sort of thing), but they’re still all in the service of these lengthy, predominantly atmospheric drones. The vocals are deliberately inaudible, which is actually a huge plus because lyrics and vocals are invariably the weakest points of this style of music. Furthermore, the downright odd mix of the album as a whole makes it seem like every element of each arrangement is exactly the same (not particularly loud) volume as all the others; rather than simply making the record sound flat and boring, this somewhat paradoxically adds to the songs’ power, because the listener invariably strains to pick out individual instruments within the onslaught. When the arrangements open up, like on the woozy, disorienting coda of “Abysmal Depths Are Flooded,” which sounds like death metal’s answer to My Bloody Valentine’s Loveless, the effect is astoundingly effective. Death metal goes art rock, then. – Stewart Mason

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