Professionally manufactured cassette limited to 30 copies released by From Corners Unknown Records. Dark brown cassette shell with white imprinting; professionally printed insert and each copy is hand-numbered.
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A New Terror Born in Death is the latest opus from the atmospheric dark ambient doom bearer, Noctilucant (Joseph Mlodik). Where Joe has been carving out a niche in the dark ambient community with his foreboding cinematic compositions for several years, he brings us a new near hour-long seamless drone piece. Segmented into two halves, A New Terror Born in Death lulls you into a morbid trance as it entrenches you amidst the decaying architecture of a pallid planet.
While this album does not carry forward the post-apocalyptic story Noctilucant has crafted in his releases Back to the Mud, Oblivion to You All, and Bleak and Drained of Colour, A New Terror Born in Death offers a wayward wandering across ashen-coated fields of grass and derelict asphalt architecture, pockmarked by still-life moments of blissful serenity.
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I have been listening to Noctilucant for about a year now and the one thing I think Joe absolutely sucks at is making bad dark ambient. This one is no exception. Insanely cavernous atmospheres pour into your earholes filling your mind with dread. but don't worry, this won't make you want to kill yourself. It instead forces you to come to peace with whatever darkness is in your soul leaving you relaxed and refreshed. 10/10 Danphibian
supported by 6 fans who also own “A New Terror Born in Death”
I was surprised to learn that Joseph personally hand paints the background art for each copy. The packaging looks fantastic and perfectly sets the mood for the woodsy backdrop of the album. This is his most accomplished recording to date, it is an artist at the top of their game. Bruce Moallem