1 edition of Stuzha found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Through The Snowfield is a track which is describing a blank feelings of a men, who is riding on a horse through endless snowy fields. May be, too cold for LIFE. The liner note further highlight that the album is dedicated to prisoners of Kolyma Labour Camps, with the visuals also reflecting this theme within its 6 panel digi-pack. They are only way to know where your horse are when a Stuzha start to blow. If you in Northaunt music or Glacial Stuzha releases, try this one and I belive, you would not be disappointed!
There is also a fragment of Russian folklore song in it. 4 lengthy tracks make up this album average of 10 minutes a piecewhich each containing their own version of a desolate icy pitched tone. Update: this album has almost become a Stuzha tradition for me, I really love this album and continue to come back to it every year. Most sounds are from enclosed big metallic tank which is used a long time ago for water keeping. I really love this album come November, the feelings it brings are both numbingly chilling, and blissful.
It's a hymn to fire.
Lost in Catacombs was recorded during snowy december 2007. Odinokaya Garmon' is a Russian folklore song. Also on more Stuzha one occasion Northaunt comes to mind as an appropriate benchmark of the style and feel of this music, as does a number of other Cyclic Law related releases in a similar sound. As on the previous album, the sound is filled with field Stuzha of Siberia.
That piece shows that life of a man in the such a cold regions is absolutely depends from Stuzha fire. This vessel is located pretty far Stuzha from civilization and in the nighttime an ambient atmosphere here is a magnificent! Please check Stuzha's and leave some comments, any feedback from YOU are very welcome! In a general underground scene context and over the arc of the last decade or moreRussia has been gradually elevating its Stuzha in underground ambient and industrial spheres, where this Siberian project released on a Russian label stands as a strong testament to the calibre of material coming from such quarters.
The sound of the small bells is coming from a neck of a coachman's horse, and these bells are just like a lighthouse for a ship in the storm.
Ultimately Stuzha deliver the aural presentation of glacial barren vistas, which at times approaches an isolationist ambient tone, although there is generally more underlying movement and sonic elements such as sparse piano to make this more animated than the pure isolationist ambient works of someone like Thomas Koner.
The liner note further highlight that the album is dedicated to prisoners of Kolyma Labour Camps, with the visuals also reflecting this theme within its 6 panel digi-pack.
Also on more than one occasion Northaunt comes to mind as an appropriate benchmark of the style and feel of this music, as does a number of other Cyclic Law related releases in a similar sound.