Void Settler ‎– None Follows The Sunrise

The Third Movement ‎– t3rdm0097
CD, Album


1 Labyrinth (2) Carriage At St. Palurs Harbor 4:34
2 Void Settler & Labyrinth (2) Fable. Entwine. 6:49
3 Sandling Satin Temptation 4:20
4 Labyrinth (2) Tower 4:24
5 Sandling Desolate Outpost 5:31
6 Void Settler Her Naked Thin Glass-Made Clock 5:28
7 Labyrinth (2) A Rusted Golem And A Field Of Memories. 2:32
8 Void Settler & Labyrinth (2) The Kingdom Crowns Where Famine Beheads 7:14
9 Void Settler Yehgeth Of The Dragoon 4:57
10 Labyrinth (2) Sunset Shore 2:34
11 Void Settler Nightfall Deceit 5:47
12 Labyrinth (2) Fathom Stars Of Light Above 1:34
13 Void Settler & Sandling Jackal 5:02
14 Void Settler Ghast 4:56
15 Labyrinth (2) A City To Cry About Disasters Yet To Come 4:38

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Packaged in a jewel case with transparent disc tray.

Very big thank you goes out to Neener, Armonkyi aka Steve K, Chryzis, Skidd, Hello Toonie, Autumnfox, Sidi, KwiK, Fox Tenson, Falcone, Kyecoon, Daisuke, Akira, Laser, Amme, Misery, Lobo, ChocolateFox and mOO !

Marketed by The Third Movement, PO Box 290, 1620 AG Hoorn, tel: +31 (0) 22 92 65 286 - fax: +31 (0) 22 92 65 179 - www.thirdmovement.nl
(P) & (C) 2006 The Third Movement

Made in Holland [on back cover]
Made in NL [on disc]

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 717472 372079
  • Rights Society: Buma Stemra
  • Matrix / Runout: COMPACT disc DOCdata THIRD T3RDM0097
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ82
  • Mould SID Code: none

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
T3RDM 0097 Void Settler None Follows The Sunrise(15xFile, MP3, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM 0097 Netherlands Unknown


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April 21, 2008

I think this release redefines the experimental hardcore genre. My expectations were high before I had it in hands and I wasn't disappointed. "Unique" is, in my opinion, the word that best describes this piece of art. I never heard anything like this album before and I was immediately amazed after I've listened to it the first time. There simply hasn't been such a crossover of experimental, hardcore and a never heard before "fairy tale"-style until now. There's something for anyone on this album, rather hard stuff as well as nearly ambient-like tunes. I could add my favorites being "Her Naked Thin Glass-Made Clock", "Desolate Outpost" and "Sunset Shore", but really, I can listen to the album as a whole and I wouldn't be able to name a track I would rather skip over. This is definitively a mile stone of the genre and everybody with an open mind and even the slightest interest in electronic music should give it a try...


May 31, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Wow this album is really worth a listening! Or I should actually say a few listenings, because it's not very 'accessible'. Void Settler as himself or as Sandling and/or Labyrinth, puts beats, samples and voices in a blender and shakes and cuts it up. Almost no 4/4 beats in any of the tracks, except a few tracks at the end of the album. Best track is 'Her Naked Thin Glass-Made Clock', a mix of hardcore bassdrums with delicate melodies. I would urge people not to give up on this album after one listen, because it is a great album, although not for the faint-hearted.