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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2018



01. Aeon Sable
- Aether
02. Amorphis
- Queen Of Time
03. Atrium Carceri
- Codex
04. Dimmu Borgir
- Eonian
05. Behemoth
- I Loved You At Your Darkest
06. The Eternal
- Waiting For The Endless Dawn
07. MGT
- Gemini Nyte
08. Primordial
- Exile Amongst The Ruins
09. Khôrada
- Salt
10. Immortal
- Northern Chaos Gods

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P. EMERSON WILLIAMS - New EP Featuring Mark Cunningham Out In September

P. Emerson Williams and Mark Cunningham reached across the Atlantic ocean in collaboration to create the new EP Sea Of Eyes, set to be released in early September through PanicMachine. This release shows a new aesthetic for the man behind Choronzon, Veil Of Thorns and Kkoagulaa. The combination of the two collaborator's backgrounds is a nexus of many worlds. The seed for the collaboration between P. Emerson Williams and Mark Cunningham, who played with Lydia Lunch, Jim Thirlwell, DNA, Mars and many more, was sown  in Barcelona, Spain where the Jarboe & P. Emerson Williams 2013 tour stopped for a performance at Ritual Cvlt Party. With a seemingly serene surface, three tracks gradually reveal currents of chaos beneath over the course of their thirty-three minutes. This chaos becomes more undenieable with each variation, P. Emerson Williams with Mark Cunningham take the listener on a surreal journey. The two musicians explore the sonic palate of their instruments and the post production process is used as another instrument. Trumpet, guitar and vocal parts manipulated, pitch shifted and stretched to become a manner of ambient orchestration of the original takes. Sea Of Eyes is a triptych carved of sound that uses the same source material in each part. In audio and temporal space the central panel must come first, followed by the extension, or distension on either side of the center following. Link