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Seirom - And The Light Swallowed Everything (2014)

5-05-2014, 05:42
Music | Electronic | Ambient

Seirom - And The Light Swallowed Everything (2014)

Artist: Seirom
Title Of Album: And The Light Swallowed Everything
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Burning World Records
Genre: Electronic, Ambient, Experimental, Post-Rock, Shoegaze
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 47:08 min
Total Size: 112 MB


1. I could not see you through the clouds (04:32)
2. And the light swallowed everything (05:43)
3. I'm so glad to have been a part of you (05:44)
4. Starshine (05:10)
5. The best you can be (04:32)
6. Leaving (06:10)
7. Exalted (04:45)
8. Last snow on the mountains (05:02)
9. What could have been but never will be (05:34)

If 80s 4AD-records would be transformed to the now they would sound like this. If Sofia Coppola would make Lost In Translation II this would be the soundtrack. This is a record that could only have been made NOW: it incorperates black metal, showgaze, post-rock, new wave and transforms those genres into one blissfull avalanche of sound.

Mories, the evil mastermind behind such pseudonyms as Gnaw Their Tongues, Aderlating, De Magia Verterum, has worked the 10.000 hours on his music (probably twice). The time you need to get really good at something according to Malcolm Gladwell. And the light swallowed everything is the culmination of everything he has done in the last 10 years.

SEIROM is about ‘beauty’ and melancholy, the more beautiful aspects of life. SEIROM is about personal expression without boundaries, internal or external. SEIROM is about grand bombastic melody filtered through noise and black metal aesthetics. The marriage of wedding bells to blastbeats. About a certain feeling…a longing lost long ago.

SEIROM is M.C De Jong, mastermind of Gnaw Their Tongues, ADERLATING and others, a stalwart of bleak and desolate music for many years. SEIROM sees a different side of De Jong’s musical output, an outpouring of glorious light.

And the light swallowed everything is Seirom’s 2nd album after 1973, released on Aurora Borealis-label in 2012.

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