Maeror Tri ‎– Meditamentum II

Manifold Records ‎– mancd31
Meditamentum – II
CD, Compilation


1 Middle Of The Earth 8:39
2 Archaic Sensations 8:57
3 Meeting In Warmth 3:26
4 Solis Ortus 5:18
5 Cruor 6:50
6 Take My Hope To Fertile Fields 6:04
7 Philemon 10:40
8 Tartarus 11:06
9 Inner Lightning 7:01
10 Res Magnifica 4:47

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured ByCMCA


This is part two of a compilation which gathers rare Maeror Tri tracks that only appeared on cassettes (full-length and compilations). This second part covers period from 1993 to 1996. The Meditamentum I cd was released in 1994 by Holonom (later renamed Raum 312) in edition of 500 copies and covered a period from 1989 to 1993.

Thanks to Vince and all people who have supported Maeror Tri in the past.

Track 1 taken from "Ultimate Time" C-60 (Old Europa Cafe, 1994)
Tracks 2 and 5 taken from "Archaic States" C-60 (G.R.O.S.S. Tapes GR-023, 1994)
Tracks 3, 6 and 10 taken from "Beauty Of Sadness" C-70 (Direction Music DMC25, 1996)
Track 4 appeared on the compilation "Real Underground Vol. 1 & 2" C-90 (Progressive Entertainment PE11, 1994)
Track 7 appeared on the compilation "Bad Alchemy Nr.23" (German Tape-Magazine, 1994)
Track 8 appeared on the compilation "Audio Drudge Vol. 4" (US-Tape Magazine, 1993)
Track 9 appeared on the compilation "Nightporters Vol. 2" (Jeremy Bamber Tapes, JTB030, 1993)

Total time - 72:48

Released in a jewel case with 2-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix): L806 7090 MANCD31 U90806-11 A CMCA @
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould): CMCA
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2F82

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October 27, 2003

It is my understanding that this album is a collection of tracks from various tapes and singles.

It is a slow dreamy sort of electronic overture that sounds quite sophisticated yet very subtle. It is indeed on the shadowy side while not really grindingly dark like Scorn or Lustmord, which I really like and go after, by the way.

The fact that original tapes and CD releases by this now defunct group sell for relatively heavy coin, is a good indicator of the quality of the sound, I believe. This particular collection, while not real common, can be had for a reasonable price if you search for it.

Maeror Tri, although long disbanded as a group, will continue to attract listeners for quite awhile, I believe. After I acquired this disc, I found myself searching for more material by this group, and I will continue to do so.

Joe McDonald