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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B002CT1QUA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,855,648 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Headphone Commute on October 4, 2009
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Proem doesn't waste any time in setting the scene on Till There's No Breath. On opening track These Are Demands, it's as if there is a massive space ship descending from the sky, metal screeching and thrusters on full blast as it lands right in front of you. There are echoes of distorted alien-sounding voices mixed into the grating wall of metallic noise. The atmosphere is filled with foreboding. And it doesn't let up on A Skin That Crawls, with its huge thumping footsteps echoing off the walls of what could be an underground sewer or cavern. If these words sound over the top, I defy you to listen to this music without having your imagination run rampant. And the rather disturbing track titles -- A Skin That Burns, Faceeater, Deadplate, Dull Throbbing - will inevitably nudge you in a particular direction. This is a dark place and death hangs in the air. But it's not the kind of malevolence that hits you over the head with a hammer. It's a quiet menace. An ambient nightmare. Like when the fellowship in the Lord of the Rings entered the Mines of Moria, you know that evil lurks deep within. Or at least an amoral consciousness. The title track Till There's No Breath evokes a sensation of paralysis. Like being unable to move and helpless to escape the unthinkable. The man behind these disquieting soundscapes and the Proem moniker, is Houston, Texas resident Richard Bailey. He has been releasing music since 1999 on labels like Merck, n5MD, and Hydrant, and Till There's No Breath is his seventh full-length album, his first for the recently resurrected Nonresponse imprint. It's quite a departure for Bailey. His previous releases have been of the classic IDM variety and he has been seen as one of the early members of the US-based IDM scene that started around 2000.Read more ›
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