Self Destruction Themes

by Wordclock

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Daniel Ruben
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Daniel Ruben Been into drone/dark ambient since the 80s and this work is amazing! Like a powerful anxiolytic, it's so relaxing that sleep is irresistible when listening to this. It somehow drains all the stress, tension & darkness out of me and leaves me floating gently in a warm, safe space. Highly recommended. Favorite track: Here we'll be Gone.
raris-dolor
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raris-dolor I've listened to this album many times, but I've only just been given a pair of good quality headphones. Hearing Charles Manson whisper "Nobody... I'm nobody" in the background of When Indecision Strikes (05:36) for the first time was a very surprising experience! Favorite track: The Fever of our Waiting.
CyhAnide
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CyhAnide Every time this album comes up in my Cryo Chamber playlist, I wind up just sitting there and listening, almost meditating. Wordclock does magical things with music, as though each track is capable of isolating a single concept and dissecting it into individual notes. 32 Walls, especially, is just so haunting and lovely... Favorite track: 32 Walls.
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Pedro Pimentel returns to Cryo Chamber with his second album on the label, Self Destruction Themes.

With humanity gone animals roam free on emptied streets. The silent cities an archaic memory of the apes civilization. Amund Ulvestads beautiful cello brings a sad emotional longing to this world. Apocryphos atmospheric drone sweeps the dilapidated alleyways. Simon Heaths textural piano a faint echo of humanity still lingering. Pedros acoustic and sweeping layers telling a tale of Self Destruction Themes.

An album for the end of the world

Wordclock Discography:
cryochamber.bandcamp.com/album/heralds
cryochamber.bandcamp.com/album/endless
cryochamber.bandcamp.com/album/self-destruction-themes

Wordclock 3 CD Bundle available here:
cryochamber.bandcamp.com/album/heralds

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released December 15, 2015

Written, Produced - Pedro Pimentel
Cellos - Amund Ulvestad
Featured on track "Something More" - Simon Heath
Featured on track "Here we'll be gone" - Apocryphos

For more information on Wordclock:
www.cryochamberlabel.com/artist/wordclock/

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