Amulets - The Construct Of Time album
Album · 2015 · 6 Songs. See All. The Old Testament. 59 Fields of Ruin - Single.
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Amulets is the solo project of Austin-based audio + visual artist Randall Taylor. Amulets employs handmade cassette tape loops and live processed guitar loops to create live, lush soundscapes and immersive drones. Through the recontextualisation of cassettes, sampling, field recording, and looping, these long-form compositions blur the genres of ambient, drone, noise, and electronic music.
Tony Petrocelly - Guitar, Bass David Schmidt - Vocals Patrick Bonvin - Lead Guitar. 28 January ·. Bethledeign lives again, its furnace fired by the incomparable Giulio Galati!
Amulets is the solo project of Portland-based audio + visual artist Randall Taylor.
Construct of Being (2013) by The World to Come. Genres: Progressive Deathcore, Ambidjent. Songs: At the Edge of Existence, Martyr Fragments, Eden Prime, Construct of Being. 0. All tracks written by The World to Come. Recorded at HF Studios by Nico Mirolla Mixed and Mastered by Miah Lajeunesse at Sound Lair. The World to Come Discography.
Deathcore The World To Come. 队列表 Deathcore The World To Come Construct of Being. 4. Construct of Being.
Symbolically, Time is a constantly rotating mechanical gear, always moving like a drumbeat or a metronome steady in it steps always marching on towards the end on a source of infinite energy. Time is also always waiting to burst forth and sing or dance to its own song. When I think of Time, I think of the cycles between past, present and future and the race to get to the end result of every situation, how everything eventually comes to it’s end, it’s destruction, or death. Time then is more of a burnout than a gentle decay.
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