14:23 - !J.O.O.E.! I must admit the interconnectedness was one of my fave aspects, but I'd be willing to look past that if there's more nooks and crannies to explore, which apparently there is.
14:21 - !J.O.O.E.! Unfortunately I don't think it is. You can hop from bonfire to bonfire as you find them, which is done as the paths don't generally meet up like in the original. Apparently this allows for more content and varied landscapes though
14:16 - Dima Seeing Sens from the gargoyle tower and vice versa, the shortcuts etc. It was all perfectly done
14:13 - Dima @joe I hope its all interconnected and not like DeS(world hopping). I still remember that perplexing yet satisfying feeling I got when I knocked down the ladder at the Undead burg, jumped down, and realised where I was.
13:47 - Bad English I am still active :p I am MS legedn or ghost who haunts the site
13:33 - Syk oh, wow, she's still alive! that's nice to know
13:31 - Bad English Ilham/Human Eroor/Ars Militaria is online, I thought youre gobe like years ago
Womb 01. Those Beaten Paths Of Confusion 02. Beyond The Shadows Of Emptiness & Nothingness 03. Poison Yourself... With Thought
Grave 04. The Agents Of Transformation 05. Drowning In The Pain Of Consciousness 06. Deny The Disease Of Life
Additional info Tape by Dismal Cursings for EU and rest of world, limitation undisclosed.
Tape by Crepúsculo Negro for USA, limited to 100 handnumbered copies.
Tape reissue via Crepúsculo Negro in 2010, limited to 200 handnumbered copies.
Both versions have the same music and artwork. The only difference is that Dismal Cursings' version has pro-printed cassettes, while the US version has a sticker on the cassettes instead and includes a patch.
The Crepúsculo Negro reissue comes on a clear tape, without stickers and patch.
This is in no way an easy listen. It took me several listens to enjoy, but it was totally worth it. This album is very 'black metal' in essence, but it is also very original. The first thing I noticed was the intricate structure and the technicality throughout the album, but nowhere as complex as the wankery Krallice, and much more 'soulful' than them. Another strong aspect of this work is the sonic melodies and leads blazing over the background rythyms, and that FANTASTIC guitar tone. This is way too dark. It's not dark in the prospect of hell (too cheesy), it feels like an extremely fast roller coaster ride in a pitch-black cavern. It's just darkness on it's one, with some elegance and grandeur injected here and there.