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Lull - Journey Through Underworlds Album

Lull - Journey Through Underworlds Album

  • Performer: Lull
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Journey Through Underworlds
  • Released: 1993
  • Style: Dark Ambient, Abstract
  • MP3 version size: 1140 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1635 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 672

Tracklist

Journey Through Underworlds12:10
Downwards16:43
In The Distance45:45

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SET 4 CDLull Journey Through Underworlds ‎(CD, Album)SentraxSET 4 CDUK1993
RWK 1112Lull Journey Through Underworlds ‎(CD, Album, RE)Rawkus RWK 1112USUnknown

Album

Watch the video for Journey Through Underworlds from Lull's Journey Through Underworlds for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Lull was conceived in late '91 by former Napalm Death drummer Mick Harris who also created the ambient dub outfit Scorn in an attempt to create music that would stretch, if not forsake entirely, the structures of conventional music by developing and exploring sound without beats. Harris' initial foray as Lull into low frequency sound exploration was iss read more. 3 tracks 74:38. Dark Ambient. Band's List Dark Ambient Lull Journey Through Underworlds. Add the album's lyrics. Add an audio file. no rates. Other productions from Lull. Circadian Rhythm Disturbance Reconfigured. Like a Slow River. Circadian Rhythm Disturbance. Way Through Staring. Journey Through Underworlds stealthily slides in on animalistic noises, as of human voice distorted by electronics fades in & out. It gradually builds, the leviathan wakening, an immeasurable metabolism dissonant with biological noises. In The Distance, the longest track at 45'45 takes us into some subterranean Cathedral, peopled by protohuman cenobites, monk-like creatures who chant along while carillons of glass-shard-sharp bells call his felow worshippers to prayer. This is track 1 from the 2nd Album in the horrific Dark Ambient Side Project Series, Lull created by Mick Harris: JOURNEY THROUGH UNDERWORLDS 1993. Journey Through Underworlds is a music studio album recording by LULL Progressive ElectronicProgressive Rock released in 1993 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Downwards 16:43 2. In The Distance 12:10 3. Journey Through Underworlds 45:45. Line-up, Musicians. Mick Harris, All electronics and effects. Journey Through Underworlds appears on the following albums by Lull: Journey Through Underworlds track 2 this album 1993. Not enough data Average Rating n n m av m n m AV where: av trimmed mean average rating an item has currently received. AV the site mean average rating. Journey Through Underworlds. Lull Format: Audio CD. Apparently PDO's blank disc supplier had production quality issues back then because other cd's 'Made by' PDO not just Lull's Journey Through Underworlds appear to be suffering from 'disc rot' as well. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Albums by Lull. added date. songs count. All19 Album9 EP3 Split1. Group Compilation1 Compilation5. Like A Slow River. Dark Ambient Drone Ambient. Mind The Gap Volume 76

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Cogelv Cogelv
The debut album from MICK HARRIS's solo venture was a dark journey through the Stygian netherworlds of Hell. The listener was left with the impression of a final escape into fresh air reality, a return upon waking, with only whispy trace memories & the heavy rush of blood-pumping fear as a keepsake. With this album, we are plunged back into the weirdly dark pit of noise, all escape barred, all hope trashed. The nightmare continues, the journey through underworlds descends deeper. There are only three tracks on the album, yet it lasts a full 74'41". "Downwards" lasts 16'43", swelling out of the distance on atmospheric breathy sounds, liquid electric trickles & cavern-expanded thunder, suggestive more of chemical reaction than anything biological, rolls across the dimensions. Noises, woodenly percussive, fly with bat-like wings of echo into the darkest, most distant points. The cries of creatures, skeletally dry & pained, herald a churning dance of bone drums. "Journey Through Underworlds" stealthily slides in on animalistic noises, as of human voice distorted by electronics fades in & out. It gradually builds, the leviathan wakening, an immeasurable metabolism dissonant with biological noises. "In The Distance", the longest track at 45'45" takes us into some subterranean Cathedral, peopled by protohuman cenobites, monk-like creatures who chant along while carillons of glass-shard-sharp bells call his felow worshippers to prayer. The glass becomes gas, it's harshness diffuse, gradually building towards a watery, electronically-savage drum-based thing, a possible glimpse into the cauldron of life itself, as the amino-acid-soup & dirty sparks of piezo electric meet, trying to fuse together into the stuff of Creation. Gaining distance, moving away from the eldritch temple of Genesis, we pass through tunnels encrusted with strange crystaline growths, and move towards the heartbeat of the living rock, strangely flat, lacking the echo of the reptilian hissing which accompanies it - more felt through the walls than heard. A mutant drum rhythm grows up, a looping thing, building trance-like while liquids cascade in occasional flows, sudden storms & sparks. This becomes a constant flow, over which other sounds grow. Glockenspiel-like tuned metal sounds bump around in random forms, becoming distant as the listener moves into even darker caverns. Great sheets of pallid white sound fly overhead in stereoscopic migration, huge shapeless life-forms moving in endless amounts & at great speed. Like bone brothers of the opening carillons, strange arpeggios forge a downward spiralling series of patterns, bulding, spreading, adapting into other shapes & forms. It borders on control loss, the striated strips of bone/rock sound swelling almost to dissonance, then ebbing back again, finally disappearing on grating echoes. Where wlll LULL go next? I can only surmise deeper into the Hell they have created. Soundtracks for Nightmares. As a sort of coda to this review, and as an answer to my own final question, I'll mention a possible impending collaboration between LULL & singer MARTYN BATES, provisionally titled "Murder Ballads". If the test recordings (which I've been privileged to hear, and am addicted to) are anything to go by, this could be a classic recording - dark, chilling Folk ballads sung against the deep booms, muted rhythms & sudden lightning jags which is the LULL sound. Timeless & disturbing, this will be an album to save towards. Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.
Ferri - My name Ferri - My name
Fantastic review, as always. This album, in my opinion, overshadows anything by Lustmord. It is possibly one of the most bleakest and most brooding Dark Ambient albums ever made.
Malojurus Malojurus
I'm hoping to know if this was also released by Subharmonic in the US around 1995 as SD7015-2, UPC 026617701529.
GYBYXOH GYBYXOH
A word of warning about the Sentrax version of "Journey Through Underworlds". I have a copy of this version of the CD and it is showing clear signs of disc rot. The disc is basically unplayable if you want to hear all the music because portions of the data have degraded. This is caused by chemical reaction in the material used to make the cd. It has nothing to do with improper handling or scratches on the disc. I checked the bottom of the disc and sure enough, it was made by PDO in the UK. During the time these discs were manufactured, PDO was also making discs for a lot of other record labels too, big and small. I read somewhere awhile back that a large portion of World Serpent discs (Current 93, Coil, Nurse With Wound) from the early 90s had this problem. Although I cannot be sure all the Sentrax "Journey Through Underworlds" discs have this problem, I wouldn't want to risk it less you have money to burn on a defective cd. Today, I received a copy of the Rawkus Records version of "Journey Through Underworlds" and it does not appear to have a disc rot issue. On the bottom of the disc, it says "Allied DT", not PDO. Do a google search for "PDO" + "disc rot" and you should be able to find some websites that explain the problem in more detail.