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A Death Cinematic / New World, The
Album:New World, The Collection:General
Artist:A Death Cinematic Added:02/2012
Label:Simple Box Construction 

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Add Date:2012-02-18 Pull Date:2012-04-21 Charts:Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:15 Apr1 Apr25 Mar18 Mar11 Mar4 Mar26 Feb19 Feb
Airplays:22123251

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1.Jan 26, 2016:a strange pursuit
The New World
4.Apr 12, 2012:maximum entropy ii
The New World
2.Jan 02, 2013:2012 Top Classical/Experimental Albums i
The New World
5.Mar 31, 2012:Catharsis
Our Sorrows Pile Up In The Night's Lament
3.Apr 13, 2012:Lost Verses
Sparrows Circle The Distance From The Gallows To The Sun
6.Mar 25, 2012:Cat-tharsis
The New World

Album Review
DJ PJs
Reviewed 2012-02-14 
THE ONE-MILLION&ONE TAG NUMBER!

APOCALYPTIC, Instrumental, experimental, bladerunner, noise, melancholic, poetic, monotonous. These are droning tracks with abrasive static and delicate guitar chords and noodling. Has a feeling of minimalism-- goes well with its picture booklet. makes you feel apathetic or grouchy or foggy. uncomfortable monotony
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1. droning static, small repetitive, bending, gloomy melodies. completely instrumental
2. pitter-pattering guitar on quiet static. very subtle brooding noise in the background, grows into disjoint “half-hopeful” melody arc. strange organic rippling noises briefly towards end
3. darker, lower droning backing with cleaner, kind-of-pretty, sad melodies. slower track. consumed monotony
4.** quiet, subtle weeping melodies, bending single notes, weirder sound than other tracks. kind of uncomfortable
5.medium static with subtle screeching becomes muted melody. halfway through quiets down and becomes less static-y
6. ***Only track with narration--this has quieter noise drone and prettier melodies. ominous whispering of poetry, semi-political, sounds like mid-america angst. heavier static at end

Track Listing
1.When The Sun Settles Into The Horizon We Remember Our Rivers 4.Our Sorrows Pile Up In The Night's Lament
2.Mountains Choked With Smoke, Release The Trees Down Their Hillsides 5.As The Lights Fissure The Night Skies, Our Eyes Grow Pale At The Horrors Beheld
3.Sparrows Circle The Distance From The Gallows To The Sun 6.The New World