Atrium Carceri - Cellblock
Dark Ambient, Experimental It took me some days to figure out this music. Well, the music is simple to understand, its darkness, dark tunnels and such, but there's a thread through it all. It's as if the artist has tried to tell a tale by making pictures of sound, perhaps about an old prison or asylum.

The sounds would fit perfectly in that kind of environment. I like the record, it sounds good and the different sounds match each other well.

What about the layout? Well, it's dark and cosy and it probably could make any industrial-goth to cry. Nothing bad with that at all, it's looking great. But we've seen it before. Still, it's a good record that is worth buying.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Atrium Carceri - Cellblock

It took me some days to figure out this music. Well, the music is simple to understand, its darkness, dark tunnels and such, but there's a thread through it all. It's as if the artist has tried to tell a tale by making pictures of sound, perhaps about an old prison or asylum.

The sounds would fit perfectly in that kind of environment. I like the record, it sounds good and the different sounds match each other well.

What about the layout? Well, it's dark and cosy and it probably could make any industrial-goth to cry. Nothing bad with that at all, it's looking great. But we've seen it before. Still, it's a good record that is worth buying.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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