This week is a mix of death industrial and dark ambient featuring new music from Gruntsplatter, The Corvidae Cabal, The Vomit Arsonist, Dødsmaskin, Moral Order, Prurient, Svenska Likbränningsföreningen and more. Stream the episode on Mixcloud, Spotify and YouTube, or use the download link below.
This episode features a mix of dark ambient music including Long The Night, Leila Abdul-Rauf, Hasufel, Wilt, Murderous Vision, Sádon & Treha Sektori, Lessons in Hate, and more. Stream the episode on Mixcloud, YouTube, or download it directly using the download link below.
Tracklist: Da-Sein – Beauty For Ashes Brighter Death Now – Prepared for Life (with A Knife) Slow Slow Loris – In My Sweet Cauldron Blitzkrieg Baby – Boys Will Be Boys Moral Order – Kill Hjärnkultur – Koma Megaptera – Distinkt Killing Trepaneringsritualen – Feral Me Nordvargr – Salve Teragmon ALVAR – Horsemen
On this episode we have new music from Dernière Volonté, Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio, and The Human Voice. We also have some Coil and Electric Sewer Age and talk about my recent interview with Coil producer/engineer Danny Hyde. Also featuring Kristoffer Oustad, Cult of Youth, Theologian, and Gustaf Hildebrand.
The past year has been quite a busy time for your host. I’ve been doing some more writing, editing, and working with my partners at Heathen Harvest on The Forest Passage podcast. But I’m now putting some focus back on Chaos Sedated and recorded a few episodes to get the ball rolling for the next few months. This episode is full of new music from Jarl, Yen Pox, Earth & Sun, Author & Punisher, Chelsea Wolfe, and more. See the gallery of selected album art and links below for more from the artists featured on the episode.
Sutekh Hexen first popped up on my radar when going through the lineup for the Stella Natura festival in 2012. They were easily one of my dark horse favorites from the event, and over the years I’ve made sure to keep up with their unearthly brew of black metal, cacophonous noise, and occult ambiance. This past June I was able to catch an intimate performance in Los Angeles as they toured up the US West Coast and bore witness to a moving sonic ritual. Shortly afterwards I had the pleasure to catch up with the band’s mastermind, Kevin Gan Yuen, and talk about the tour, collaborations, the convergence between extreme metal and noise scenes, tapes, ritualistic performances, and upcoming plans.
A mix of dark ambient, minimal electronics, doom metal, and apocalyptic folk. Special thanks to Leech of Annihilvs, Welter In Thy Blood, and Cryo Chamber for their support of this week’s episode. Also featuring Inade, Vatican Shadow, Welter In Thy Blood, Of the Wand and the Moon, King Dude, Spiritual Front, and more.
Endessiah comes three years after Treha Sektori was unveiled through its debut full-length Sorieh – a mind-blowing sound experiment, which brought me on the verge of schizophrenia with its fragmented, chaotic and eclectic approach to sound. The second conceptual entity which Dehn Sora (also in Sembler Deah, Church of Ra) created is far more accomplished, thorough and accessible. Endessiah means letting go of everything, conceptually the record represents a mindset in a decline of the physical world and this is exactly how it sounds. The symbiosis between the ideas and their realization music-wise is clear and logical, which makes the record far easier to swallow than Sorieh, but sufficiently deep, if let to completely unfold in your mind.
A lot can change in five years. Bands and projects come and go, labels open and shut down. That’s about the amount of time I start to question the status of a project if there not a hint of activity. So after such a hiatus, German Discordian Post-Industrial project Son of Eris returned with their sophomore album, defying doubt and again strumming the chords of Chaos. The label publishing this release is Rage in Eden Records, who themselves released Son of Eris’ debut under the record label’s prior moniker, War Office Propaganda, back in 2005. Said debut broke away from popular Northern European mythologies and themes, and would blend Neofolk guitar work with layers of abstract soundscapes, much of which carried through on Kallisti.