Chaos Sedated returns with a mix of psychedelic & apocalyptic folk, gloomy post-rock, and a dash of martial pop. Featuring Rome, Chelsea Wolfe, Der Blutharsch, David E. Williams, Destroying Angel, Dreadlords, Ostara, and more.
Live Report: Chelsea Wolfe & A Dead Forest Index in Los Angeles
There is an air of mystery which typically revolves around artists that find home in the “niche” or genre of Gothic, and this incontestably rings true with Chelsea Wolfe. The night was startlingly taken aback as “Demons” from the 2011 album, Apokalypsis enraptured all who were in the venue to hear; it is clear that the musicians who play alongside Chelsea Wolfe, as well as Chelsea herself have become a tight knit unit and their stage chemistry is undeniable. As the set continued on with “Carrion Flowers” from the highly-acclaimed 2015 album, Abyss, Chelsea treated the sold-out audience to a continuously hypnotizing performance. Unfortunately there were also some technical difficulties, but thankfully they were able to be sorted and the band managed to fill the time by playing instrumentally.
This week we've got a live mix of death industrial, noise, and power electronics featuring Longpig, Gnawed, Pine Tree State Mind Control, Offerbeest (side project of Gnaw Their Tongues), Crowhurst, Concrete Mascara, Steel Hook Prostheses, Black Earth, GRVD, and more. Full playlist will be available at invisible-war.net and at the DJ Anarch on Mixcloud.
ANNIHILVS proudly presents the debut full-length by LONGPIG, a brutal collaborative effort featuring CYST, LVMMVX, and THE VOMIT ARSONIST. Suppressive, pulverising, and terrifying, SHRINE OF THE LONGPIG heralds impending armageddon in a clamourous series of joylessly discordant anthems.
We're back with a dark ambient mix featuring new music from SiJ, Sabled Sun, Monocube, Trepaneringsritualen, and more!
SiJ explores Time Travel on the album The Time Machine.
The Time Machine propels us forwards and backwards in time. From ancient civilization, where the chatter reverberates in clouded temples. To our impending doom in a future stripped of humanity. A grinding squeal as the paradox cracks reality. At our feet blue skies reflected in a desert of broken mirrors.
Warm soothing field recordings mix with bright overlays and distant instruments. Taking the help of Textere Oris, Particula, Wandering Wind and others, this album is as detailed as it is complex.
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 Human Voice on Cyclic Law
The Forest Passage 18: Danny Hyde Interview & Giveaway
Danny Hyde/Aural Rage/Electric Sewer Age Homepage
Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio: Vision: Libertine – The Hangman´s Triad – New Album & Limited Box & Vinyl
Dernière Volonté - Prie Pour Moi on Tesco Germany
Annihilvs/Theologian: Big Cartel | Bandcamp
Kristoffer Oustad on Malignant Records
Gustaf Hildebrand on Cyclic Law
Cult of Youth on Sacred Bones Records
Chaos Sedated returns with a new mix of industrial, dark ambient, and apocalyptic folk.
Playlist (Artist - Track - Release):
Cruelty Campaign - The Arguement - Distressed Signals
Ain Soph - Kshatriya (Remastered) - Kshatriya
Jarl - Track 06 - Sealed Void
The Vomit Arsonist - Unwelcome Peace - Only Red
Blitzkrieg Baby - Cut. Slash. Maim. Kill. - Cannibal Commando
Der Blutharsch And The Infinite Church Of The Leading Hand - Cold Freedom - Joyride
Rome - The Orchards - Berlin
Awen - Needful Death - The Bells Before Dawn
Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio - The Future Is Today [Arcana Remix] - Four
Svartsinn - Lost in Reveries (Reconstructed by Triarii) - Elegies for the End
Aun - Voodoo - Fiat Lux
Back when this show first premiered it was my intention to focus on martial industrial, apocalyptic folk, and dark ambient music. Over time the material broadened and I included everything from power electronics to drone metal, based on whatever caught my interest at the time. This week I'm tapping into the martial and apocalyptic folk genres with some classic and new music from Arditi, In Slaughter Natives, Death in June, Et Nihil, Nature and Organisation, and more.
Here are some related news and announcements, including my collaborative interview with Michael Cashmore of Nature and Organisation:
Et Nihil / Awen – Runes Writ in Rust (Review)
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Tracklist will also be available in the comments section of this post after one week.