Sound-driven society are pleased to present the “Loneliness” series.
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LONELINESS - PART TWO
Indifferent the finches sing, Unheeding roll the lorries past: What misery will this year bring. Now spring is in the air at last? For, sure as blackthorn bursts to snow, Cancer in some of us will grow, The tasteful crematorium door. Shuts out for some the furnace roar; But church-bells open on the blast Our loneliness, so long and vast.
– Sir John Betjeman, Loneliness 1974
released May 6, 2018
All tracks written, composed, recorded, mixed & produced by G. Sandstedt at Ampersand Studios. Craftwork & cover design by www.shagbagboy.com (SBB Graphic Design co.)
If you are a usual player of The Long Dark or The Hunter Call of the Wild in the Medved Taiga reserve, you will probably understand why I like these five winter themed albums so much.
If you also have a special place in your heart for The Wendigo by Algernon Blackwood... same thing.
Very ominous themes which translate very well the dangerous isolation and cold of winter. Forto Reibus.
This has become one of my very favourite albums, just happening to find at a time when I was writing a dark fantasy concerning cults and colossal worms, deep in their chambers below the earth. You'll feel at once chilled and surrounded by the warmth of like-minded individuals, all serving a greater purpose.
I'm going to have add Metatron Omega to my acknowledgements come publication. nanashinoprofile