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    Gorr

    6 years ago

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    ANDRE FOISY - "After The Prophecy" C27 (Land of Decay) I've been sitting on this one for a bit, and I couldn't be happier about it's recent unearthing. This cassette had it's hooks deep in me straight out of the gate, and didn't let go until it was over.
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    Shaktizshura

    6 years ago

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    Artist: André Foisy Title: "After the Prophecy" Format: Cassette Catalog Number: LOD Edition Size: Copies Two tracks of string-based (mandolin, acoustic and electric guitar, and violin) drones recorded in Edition of professionally duplicated tapes.
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    Bagis

    6 years ago

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    Jun 06,  · LOD André Foisy "After the Prophecy" CS The cassette features original artwork from Terence Hannum. All tapes were professionally duplicated on chrome, hi-bias, tape. Here's track one "The Great Disappointment" Track 1 The Great Disappointment .
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    Nill

    6 years ago

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    Link here. Dystopias always had a big place especially within noisy and dark circles of heavy music. From Wolf Eyes to Sunn0))) the aural description of the downfall of society, the destruction of nature by mankind and the ongoing global suicide by humanity has been a source for all kinds of impressive and great music.
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    Gudal

    6 years ago

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    Mar 14,  · J. R. Hoffman explains the Great Disappointment of the Advent Movement in in great detail, and shows how Revelation 10 foretells a movement that would m.
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    Kigahn

    6 years ago

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    Listen to music from André Foisy like Untitled, Gesellschaft - Live & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from André Foisy.
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    Samusar

    6 years ago

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    The exhilaration of The Great Disappointment and Call To Clarion:Flee That Flood, immediately rushes at you with dense layers of eerie acoustic, electric and mandolin repetitions, coupled with deep swells of harsh feedback and driving percussive elements. Once things get moving, and the proggy guitar chops and meditative hand percussion enters.
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    Mugami

    6 years ago

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    Great stuff. On the b-side, "Sister, Impure" rises like a black behemoth, the vibe much bleaker than the first side, with endless washes of grimy, volcanic ash-cloud synths, cold droning metal thrum, a harsh industrial dronescape that flows into the cold wastes of "Pillars Before The Sea", with the roaring synths dissipating into sheets of icy.