Skrol ‎– Insomnia Dei

Label:
Chromosome ‎– Mitotic 002
Format:
CD, Remastered
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Tracklist

1 Soaking / Movie Martyr
2 Gasteropod
3 U.C.M.
4 Insomnia
5 Agog
6 Katarakt
7 Dei Irae

Notes

Remastered version. Packaged in two thick Paper halves that can rotate, held together with a central magnet.

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MITOTIC 002, none Skrol Insomnia Dei(CD, Album) Chromosome, RRRecords MITOTIC 002, none US 2001 Sell This Version
Catch 008 Skrol Insomnia Dei(CDr, Album, Unofficial) CatchArrow Recordings (2) Catch 008 Czech Republic 1997 Sell This Version
MDP 6000-62, Catch 008 Skrol Insomnia Dei(CD, Album, RE) Membrum Debile Propaganda, CatchArrow Recordings MDP 6000-62, Catch 008 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
Catch 008 Skrol Insomnia Dei(Cass, Album) CatchArrow Recordings Catch 008 Czech Republic 1997 Sell This Version
MITOTIC 002 Skrol Insomnia Dei(CD, Album, Car) Chromosome MITOTIC 002 Czech Republic 2001 Sell This Version

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February 11, 2008
The CD starts off with a ten and half minute track titled, Soaking / Movie Martyr. It features some great guitar loops and a slow pounding bass drum. Soon vocals come in and it's more yelling than anything. You can understand them if you listen closely and they sound pretty clear. The next track, Gasteropod, is in the same vain but features a well played piano loop as well. Track three, has a great impending doom feel to it. The high tonal loops and the fast drum kicks are great. Insomnia, track four, starts off fairly light with some harmonic vocals creeping. It's still got some kick to it with a slow drum beat smacking in. These vocals are very operatic as well, which surprised me in a good way. Probably my favorite on this disc. All the tracks on this CD have the same quality to them and it makes it great as a album in it's whole. I don't find myself wanting to skip tracks and overall this is a very powerful CD and one that should be played at full volume. It's got me wanting to check out more of this bands material now.