A Cryptic Howl of Morbid Truth

by Black Earth

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Jimi If you let yourself go, this will drag you into some kind of abyss, where the blacker than the blackest blackness dwells.

Quite a cuttie. Favorite track: Nisi Solis Nobis Scripsimus.
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Neachy A nice soundtrack for slipping into insanity. I imagine this could be a soundtrack to what went on in Jack Torrance's head as he lost his mind in The Shining. Favorite track: Masks of Their Own Facelessness.
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Part I - 'Putrefactio Philosophorum'

Wearing out the thirst, the fever, and the endless and dark yearning for existence. This is the condition for going beyond the pillars of the unborn empire, swarming as though in putrefaction with faceless beings of mass civilization. This is the condition for wandering through the long saturnian night. Mortificatio and putrefactio. Everything that has live, dies. Everything that is dead putrefies and finds a new life.

I. A Cryptic Howl of Morbid Truth
II. Unconscious Realities beyond the Pillars of the Unborn Empire
III. The Severed Head of the Crow
IV. Nisi Solis Nobis Scripsimus

Part II - 'Caput Mortuum'

The consciousness follows the path of a severed head. There is a truth hidden in the void and awakened by death; there is no becoming. Not only the chains of the law have been broken, they never existed. From the beginning it was never anything but chaos and by its way a serpent is biting its own tail.

V. Riding the Tiger along Kali Yuga
VI. Masks of Their Own Facelessness
VII. A Monarch Spawned in Chaos Wanders among the Ruins

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released February 26, 2015

Black Earth is the trinity of:
Alejandro Durán: electronics, chains.
Miguel A. García: electronics, sampler.
Alejandro Tedín: guitar, bass, voice, electronics.

Acolytes on this recording:
Unai Arrese (drums), Txemi Artigas (bass), Marta Sainz (voice, piano).

And collaborations of Jon Azpiri, Estanis Comella, Inazio Escudero, Nick Hoffman, Rubén Jodra, Álvaro Matilla, Jorge Núñez, Myriam Petralanda, Ibon Rodríguez, Miguel Souto, Fernando Ulzión and Mikel Vega.

Captured between MMXII and MMXIV.
Edited, produced and mixed by Miguel A. García.
Mastered by Zack Allen at Obsidian Eye Studios.
Graphics by Alejandro Tedín.

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Begotten in chaos and speaking an abject language that hides the secrets of the great truth beyond the lies of the material world. Beyond the present, beyond the past. Feasting the survival of the old knowledge beyond history and the putrid path of mankind. Riding the tiger along Kali Yuga. ... more

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