• Halo Manash ‎– Unetar

    Halo Manash ‎– Unetar
    Label: Aural Hypnox ‎– AHUE08
    Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue
    Country: Finland
    Released: 08 Oct 2019
    Style: Abstract, Dark Ambient, Ambient

    All audio material on this album originates from the “Tulitania” private ritual held in the deepest forest of Northern Ostrobothnia in December 2006.

    “Unetar”, an entity awakening after a decade-long hibernation was evoked by Anti Ittna H. in the somniferous Katajan Kaiku studio during January and March 2016. The album’s opening track «Unetar» also features a spectral appearance of JKV captured on tape right after the ritual in 2006.

    The first two liminal hymns were weaved together on the night of Total Solar Eclipse, 9th of March 2016. This CD edition also includes the original “Tulitania” version, that previously appeared on the «Desert Space» compilation album released by Tosom 2007.

    The album is enclosed in an oversized, screen printed covers including three insert cards. Limited to 400 copies.

    Buy: https://gh-records.com/home/2375-halo-manash-unetar.html

  • ARKTAU AON ‎– IKUISUUS NÄKYY LUIDEN LÄPI

    Arktau Aon ‎– Ikuisuus Näkyy Luiden Läpi
    Label: Aural Hypnox ‎– [AHUE01]
    Series: Underworld Editions – [AHUE01]
    Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition
    Country: Finland
    Released: 10 Sep 2013
    Style: Dark Ambient, Tribal

    Thought lost and subsequently forgotten, a complete album by AIH & AIL of ARKTAU EOS and JKV of ZOÄT-AON was recently rediscovered. This unknown chapter in the evolution of the classic Finnish ritual sound originates from sessions held in May 2005, when Arktau Eos was still unnamed, beginning work on their seminal opus ‘Mirrorion’ and Zoät-Aon had just released the equally influential ‘Star Autopsy’ CD.

    The album retains the original title of the sessions: ‘Ikuisuus näkyy luiden läpi’, Finnish for ‘Eternity Shines Through the Bones’, and for purposes of this release the group is named simply ARKTAU AON. ‘Ikuisuus näkyy luiden läpi’ is enthusiastic, youthfully vigorous and decidedly ominous ritual music with a total running time of 31:53. Instead of songs, it is divided into different ‘movements’ or phases: it resembles a field recording of some obscure ceremony from a far-off corner of the world. Boasting a raw but good, clear sound, ‘INLL’ remains unaltered save for the mastering done in 2013 at Katajan Kaiku studio.

    BUY: https://gh-records.com/home/2378-arktau-aon-ikuisuus-naekyy-luiden-laepi.html