EVP* ‎– Postmortem Canticles Of Necromancy

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Autumn Wind Productions ‎– AWP018
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Recorded Winter of 2005/2006, Germany

Copyright Postmortem Creations 2007

Housed in a clear DVD case with a 12 panel poster booklet which folds out into a Ouija board.

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  • Matrix / Runout: www.dgrinc.com - 0971-EVP - 29434

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enfantterrible

enfantterrible

May 15, 2008

When you think the genre of dark ambient exploring morbid romanticism with esoteric paraphernalia and gothic horror has succumbed and absolutely has nothing to offer then comes someone to demonstrate that if you have enough bravery to explore and investigate (instead of keep copying or simulate others) the mixture of possibilities is infinite and there's still so much to do to convince and impress.
Yes, EVP with his debut reaches high in expectation and quality.
All those dark medieval and fantastic landscapes that -Mortiis- tried to give birth to, this man fully summons now. The creepy and rawless atmospheres that -Tombstone- originally imagined, this project re-invent and improves. And finally the modern approach to the theme with a more dancey perspective still preserving the seriousness of the topic that -Ah cama sotz- has brought, EVP is able to follow without falling in the coarse copy.
In terms of rhythm, atmosphere and content this work reaches higher standards. The final mixing is NOT perfect and theres some passages where there's tiny mistakes in the transition of the sequences but that is irrelevant as everything tends to balance pretty well in the end. High regards to this project, surely one we should keep an eye on!