Archive for May 2009

 
 

4-pack of reviews from Enochian Apocalypse – Pandora’s Black Book, SE, Aphorism, and Tapage

A hardy 4-pack of reviews from Enochian Apocalypse of Aphorism‘s ‘Surge‘, Tapage‘s ‘Fallen Clouds‘, SE‘s ‘Epiphora‘, and Pandora’s Black Book‘s ‘Black Brothel‘.

Win the new CD by Tapage

Win the new CD album ‘Fallen Clouds‘ by Tapage. Check into Textura Magazine for details…

Textura reviews Aphorism, Totakeke, and SE

Textura Magazine reviews new releases by Aphorism, Totakeke, and SE.

Pneumatic Detach review @ Heathen Harvest

Pneumatic Detach‘s ‘[ko.mor.bid]‘ gets reviewed @ Heathen Harvest.

Totakeke and Aphorism reviewed @ Dark Twin Cities

New albums by Totakeke and Aphorism reviewed @ Dark Twin Cities – e-zine.

2 new reviews from Darkroom – ESA and Totakeke

New reviews from the Italian magazine Darkroom of ESA‘s ‘The Sea & The Silence‘ [8.5/10] and Totakeke‘s ‘The Things That Disappear When I Close My Eyes‘ [8/10].

New releases by Ad·ver·sary and Pandora’s Black Book

Ad.ver.sary: A Bright Cut Across Velvet Sky Pandora's Black Book: Black Brothel 2 brand new releases from Tympanik Audio: First, Ad·ver·sary‘s excellent remix album featuring fantastic collaborations with Stendeck, Iszoloscope, ESA, Cyanotic, Synkro, Phylr, Autoclav1.1, Salt, and many more. Titled ‘A Bright Cut Across Velvet Sky‘, this alluring collector’s item is harnessed within a unique packaging, designed by the artist himself, hand-assembled and limited to 1000 numbered copies. Also released is the sultry debut album ‘Black Brothel‘ by Pandora’s Black Book, the stunning side-project from Tympanik Audio recording artist Lucidstatic with focus on more secular dark Industrial rhythms and dense ambient atmospheres, all carefully wrapped up in alluring beats and meticulously crafted synthwork. Both releases are shipping now from the Tympanik Audio shop.

Neurobeat reviews SE ‘Epiphora’

German forum Neurobeat reviews SE‘s new album ‘Epiphora‘.

Re:Gen reviews Zentriert ins Antlitz

Re:Gen Magazine reviews Zentriert ins Antlitz‘s ever-popular new album ‘…No‘.

Machinist reviews Pandora’s Black Book CD

The Russian review blog Machinist offers their take on the newly-releases Pandora’s Black Book CD ‘Black Brothel‘.