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Archive for the ‘Programmed Cell Death’ Category
Pale Reflections re-released in abbreviated form along with a FLAC version of the album.
“A lapse of critical judgement was shown with the original release of Pale Reflections. The overall formula has some flaws to it – many that are simply general shortcomings to the “dark ambient” and “industrial” genres, some not – ; a couple of tracks also push the album beyond its listenable limits, serve no particularly musical function and should really never have been on there. The former point will hopefully be addressed on the next PCD album (more on that later on, maybe) the latter however can be tackled more immediately.
Pesenting Pale Reflections 1.1 : the redux; two tracks lighter and more intelligible, hopefully.
The album is now also available in lossless FLAC format; more suitable for CD burning than MP3.”
December 22, 2015
Cryosyncopy is back with a new album to round out the year for HI ARC TOW. Culmination 3: The Dark Path takes the electro-industrial/ambient style of Culmination 1 & 2 further into the realms of neoclassical, literary inspired music. […]
Here it is at last: the new Beithíoch album Conquest. Available to stream in full for free as well as purchase in both CD and digital formats from beithioch. […]
The HI ARC TOW Ambient Compilation CD is out now. This release marks both the first independent physical release by HI ARC TOW and our first multi-artist collaboration. The compilation brings together artists from both Europe and North America in the creation of an album’s worth of eery, immersive ambient music – with each artist bringing their own distinctive style and interests to the record. […]
HI ARC TOW presents the long-awaited return of ambient cosmonaut Khand. The Fires of Celestial Ardour consists of ten pieces of deliciously neoclassical synth-ambient that take the listener on a journey through lonesome, starlit expanses. For fans of Tangerine Dream, Dead Can Dance, Raison D’Etre, Endura, Mortiis, Nox Arcana, Ildjarn. […]