60 meters below the centre of Stockholm, in a long forgotten
chamber among the city's tunnels, this collection
tracks was inspired by the so
called evil Simon Magus who fought Simon Petrus. The music
conjures up images of dark spacious temple halls, demons,
mystical rites and churches. Instruments used in this collection
include piano, farfisa organ, dark ritualistic drums, keyboards,
harps and various string instruments...
2002 Simon Heath and Simon Kölle (who collectively are better
known as Abnocto) began their long decent deep under the centre
of Stockholm. They took with them books about Simon Magus,
occult books, bedding, water, food and their music gear -
they even managed to transport a farfisa organ.
in place the two of them planned to stay underground for a
week recording the music contained on this CD. The resulting
tracks were later mixed, but a release never saw daylight.
The finished result has been laying in the Waerloga Studio
vaults since then - until the powers that be finally decided
to give it a CD release.
resulting album is a collection of dark, gothic tunes that
fit neatly together in an eerie way - although I'm wracking
my brain trying to think of who this would be of interest
to. It's a little too dark for most, and would probably be
best suited for those who like to play fantasy role-play games.
this wasn't really my thing, but I can certainly appreciate
that a lot of people will enjoy it and it will certainly find
a welcome place in any fantasy war gaming fan's collection
of ambient music.
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