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post #16 of 50
Thread Starter 
Wow, I am pretty much going to have dementia after listening to all these album recommendations!

No problem "The Actual", I hope you enjoy some of them, they do take some time to get used too though lol... I showed some of my friends and they think I am a total nutcase for listening to these...

I am going to have to extend my listening sessions a little bit now, there are so many to pick from, I already listened to some, and love them! Most recent being Lustmord- Where the black stars hang. Also check out William Basinski's music, also interesting... I am glad to see that there are some people in this community with similar musical tastes as myself, since I cannot say that for almost every other being I come into contact with lol... Thanks once again guys, keep em coming! (if possible)...
post #17 of 50
Robert Rich with Alio Die - Fissures
Steve Roach - The Magnificent Void, Darkest Before Dawn, all volumes of Fever Dreams

Kevin Drumm - Imperial Horizon
post #18 of 50
Kayo Dot - Choirs of the Eye
Kayo Dot - Dowsing Anemone with Copper Tongue

Strange music that touches many emotional vantage points.
post #19 of 50
"Death Cube K" would be right up your alley, OP.

Check some out here: RareNoiseRecords - Death Cube K
post #20 of 50
For noise artists, you may also try James Plotkin (e.g. Collapse) and Nick Perkin (e.g. Geomorphic Resonance )

And then there is this aching beautiful double-CD set by Jeff Greinke: Cities in Fog -- a rare example how "industrial music" can be as nostalgic and wistful as it is adventurous.
post #21 of 50
Ambient/shoegazing black metal:

Sun Of The Blind - Skullreader
Darkspace - Darkspace II
Coldworld - Melancholie 2



Dark Ambient

Raison D'Etre - Enthraled by the Wind of Lonelienes
Lustmord - Zoetrope
Lustmord - Heresy
Robert Rich & Lustmord - Stalker
Northaunt - Barren Land
Kammarheit - Asleep & Well Hidden
post #22 of 50
Legendary Pink Dots, The - The Maria Dimension (CD, Album) at Discogs << Great variety of instruments and yes very strange indeed.

Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.* - In C (LP) at Discogs << Great album, starts drone-y and goes psychedelic rock

Murcof - The Versailles Sessions (CD, Album) at Discogs << In my opinion one of the most innovative artists of the day, this album and Cosmos (which was mentioned earlier) are my favorites of his. Check the vocals on track 3!!

Kreng - L'Autopsie Phénoménale De Dieu (LP, Ltd, Album, P/Mixed, Gre) at Discogs << One of my favorites from last year. Dark, twisted, modern classical electronic music.
post #23 of 50
I agree with the recommendations for Robert Rich, Steve Roach and Lustmord and would like to add "The Poisoner" by Controlled Bleeding

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post #24 of 50
Thread Starter 
Nice to see the thread updated with new albums. I have listened to most of Lustmord, Robert Rich albums, though they have loads of dark and unsettling atmosphere, IMO they lack an emotional core, but either way I enjoy them. "Arteom" the recommendation "kreng l'autopsie phénoménale de dieu" is an excellent one, dark and disturbing, yet innovative and multi-layered. Even at first listen the album felt solid, I am glad I checked this one out, no doubt I will listen to this one again, to dissect this one further... Cheers everyone!
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LSD C&W - THE HISTORY OF THE CHADBOURNES IN AMERICA

[The Lord God intended for "Wild Horses" to be played to the accompaniment of toy machine guns.]
post #26 of 50
Laddio Bolocko

KAADA

Boris

Earth
post #27 of 50
The Necks - Aether
see them live if you get the chance; every show is a unique trip
post #28 of 50
...and "folk" music doesn't come any darker than Boduf Songs, try "When Shadows Chase the Balance", especially the song "Found on the Bodies of Fallen Whales", very creepy stuff.
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Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Black Earth

Very dark music, some kind of wierd combination of jazz/blues and ambient.
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