Archaic Collapse

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Every shore sunk to a deepest ground, every mountain vanished from the horizon. We stand alone, left behind, face to face in this dying world. Our dried-out voices, quiet and meaningless, form prayers to broken oaths. Into hollow caverns we descend, beneath ruptured ground and wafting sand. From the womb of the earth into poisoned rivers. Through the cracks of the soil into dried-out seas. All waters conglomerate to stone as deep veins bleed into the vault. As all life converges into the black spheres of transfiguration in a gaping tomb under the burning skies. Covering the earth with all mater dissolved, corrupted and reduced to ash. With dying spirits and empty hearts, we bury the sun in the infinite void. Awaiting the all-devouring cessation of the great circle in the impenetrable dark.
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Awakening from smouldered ash. Ascending from the gaping tomb. Arising from hollow caverns, unto the earth. The scorched earth, the ruptured earth, the withered earth, the black earth, the primal earth, the barren earth that bears our path. From dried-out seas to vanished mountains. From poisoned rivers to sunken shores. From the cracks of the soil to the fiery sky, where we wander. In the absence of light. Through the impenetrable dark ff all-devouring cessation. To burn within, and to alight from the circle of blood-red dusk and golden dawn. To start the fire from the vault, down the vein through ruptured ground and wafting sand. Into the womb of the earth as we wander. The scorched earth, the ruptured earth, the withered earth, the black earth, the primal earth, the barren earth that bears our path.
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released May 29, 2015

Written and recorded throughout 2014 and the beginning of 2015.
Mixed and mastered at Cold Valley Caverns in May 2015.

Samples taken from 'The Hollow Men' by T. S. Elliot.
Excerpts in 'Under This Dying Sun' taken from 'Landschaft, Purpurn, Bleich' by Timo Kölling.

Artwork by View From The Coffin.

Released in collaboration with Urtod Records and Avantgarde Music.

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