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Worms Of The Earth - Sitra Achra (File, Album)

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  1. Jul 19,  · Additionally, the sweet ad below is for my band Worms of the Earth; I'm running a sale. If you want to support me for the work I've done running this zine, or if you want to hear me put my money where my mouth is, or if you just want to hear some cool ritual ambient in the vein of classic cold meat with some loki found and projekt influence.
  2. Worms Of The Earth design their soundscapes around deep tones, vocal samples of sacred and profane origins, and dense atmospheric drones. SITRA ACHRA features a greater focus on organic, ritual instruments played by hand - including djembe, gong, bells, bones, etc, along with a plethora of hardware synthesizers.
  3. SITRA ACHRA is the fourth full length and second dark ambient album, acting as the spiritual successor to 's incredibly well received AZAL'UCEL, for ethno-industrial/ritual ambient project WORMS OF THE EARTH. Industry8 and Worms Of The Earth present Sitra Achra, their second release together.
  4. Worms of the Earth discography and songs: Music profile for Worms of the Earth, formed Genres: Power Noise. Albums include Anagami, Accretion, and The Angels of Prostitution.
  5. Worms of the Earth has released a new album via Zazen Sounds, on which Dan Barrett creates a darkly ambient aural ritual chronicling the journey to the pantheon of Egyptian gods, the duzilkreeoghmaronagamatius.xyzinfoh the album’s eight tracks, Barrett guides the listener “through the astral tunnels of the Duat” and “to the forgotten black sands of the Nile,” examining the machinations of the god Anubis.
  6. This development in Worms Of The Earth's sound is what defines Sitra Achra, a quest to the Qliphoth. A journey in sound accompanied by the nuanced illustration of Ant-Zen founder Salt. SITRA ACHRA is the fourth full length and second dark ambient album, acting as the spiritual successor to ’s incredibly well received AZAL’UCEL, for ethno-industrial/ritual ambient project WORMS OF THE .
  7. Azal’ucel was the first true magical album I did – the call to the higher self, opening the gateway to connect with it. That was successful and Azal’ucel was the most well received of any Worms of the Earth album, despite being a huge departure from previous material. That awakening made me realize that I was being held back by something.
  8. "Worms of the Earth" is a short story by American fantasy fiction writer Robert E. Howard. It was originally published in the magazine Weird Tales in November , then again in in a collection of Howard's short stories, Worms of the Earth. The story features one of Howard's recurring protagonists, Bran Mak Morn, a legendary king of the Picts.

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