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Red Blood Divine, Project formed by Mynationshit and Sentionaut which is influenced by horror movies .They definitely love directors such as Dario Argento ,John Carpenter,Wes Craven, Mario Bava and of course their hypnotist aesthetics and sinister atmospheres.

 

COÀGUL is the muzak project of the visual artist Marc O'Callaghan (Barcelona, 1988). Its main function is to concentrate the energy of certain cosmic principles in the physical spot where its sound is performed or reproduced...

 

...Amidst the Montes de Maceira (Torres Vedras, Portugal), where the land meets the sea, in the year 2014 a Lusitanian tribe was born, children of the land and the sea, whose name is Falcata de Fogo. This is a project that aims to honour and dignify his ancestors through the ancient ritualistic and melodic sounds....

 

Waste is set up as GH Records´s electronic music sublabel which wants to release gloomy and emotive stuff and besides to look for new artists and well-know also.

Gradual Hate & Silence in First Degree:Panopticon

Gradual Hate & Silencie in First Degree
Panopticon
GH Records
GH103 CD+DVD
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Dark Ambient Visual Experimental
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:: Gradual Hate & Silence in First Degree ::

Dark environments, subliminal sound structures, oppression ...all wrapped in a meaningful video, which makes us discern what really lies.Work Dark made Experimental Ambient altogether with the experimental group Argentine Silence in First Degree and Gradual Hate,based on the work of Jeremy Bentham and M.Foucault (Discipline and Punish).


Track List CD: Part I - Gradual Hate: Panopticon, Prisoner, Sonambulo, Time of Zul, Part II - Silence in First Degree: Vigilar

Track List DVD: Part I - Gradual Hate: Panopticon, Prisoner, Sonambulo, Time of Zul, Part II - Silence in First Degree: Vigilar


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:: Vigilar by Silence in First Degree :: 

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