Natthimmel | The Great Beyond

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The Great Beyond

by Natthimmel

Semi-technical industrial metal & more.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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  Song Share Time Download
1. No Longer Human, Not Yet Machine
6:33 $1.00
2. Escape from In(s)anity
4:09 $1.00
3. A Calming Influence
7:29 $1.00
4. Inner Conflict
7:07 $1.00
5. Restless Eyes
4:39 $1.00
6. Neptopia
3:11 $1.00
7. Apokalypse
7:10 $1.00
8. Amginé
6:02 $1.00
9. Interstellar Voyage
5:54 $1.00
10. Bombastic Enigma M7
7:15 $1.00
11. A Tango for Roxy
4:10 $1.00
12. The Great Beyond
11:04 $1.00
13. Streams of Consciousness
3:42 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
It would be easy to compare the vast amount of objects in outer space to the vast amount of genres that the Natthimmel project dabbles in with its debut album, "The Great Beyond". It's also fitting to compare these things because Natthimmel is the Norwegian word for "night sky".

Natthimmel consists of one member by the name of Jason Vincion. He listens to and is influenced by an eclectic mix of music, and it shows. The tracks on the album consist of driving metal assaults in abnormal time signatures, morbid droning pieces with buzzsaw-like guitar distortion, electronic-funk space outs, a couple of tracks which resemble video game music in composition, among other things on this 78 minute CD.

Jason hopes to focus this project some more with subsequent albums, but "The Great Beyond" is a fine starting point for this musician who has set his sights on exploring the musical equivalent of the universe.



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