Atrium Carceri - Kapnobatai
Dark Ambient, Experimental This is the latest scream from the wilderness. Atrium Carceri is back with a new beautiful ambient album. It feels really right now when darkness falls and we are in the middles of the Swedish autumn. If you compare with earlier releases I think Atrium Carceri has developed in the right direction. The musical spectra is wider, there are more variations and the music feels more mature.

I think 'Kapnobatai' is a great record and there is a whole lot in the music that makes me want to listen to it. It's mostly because of the building of an atmosphere and feeling, but also the samples that seems to be taken from a Japanese horror movie. It feels like there is a history behind the music that is told while you listen.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Atrium Carceri - Kapnobatai

This is the latest scream from the wilderness. Atrium Carceri is back with a new beautiful ambient album. It feels really right now when darkness falls and we are in the middles of the Swedish autumn. If you compare with earlier releases I think Atrium Carceri has developed in the right direction. The musical spectra is wider, there are more variations and the music feels more mature.

I think 'Kapnobatai' is a great record and there is a whole lot in the music that makes me want to listen to it. It's mostly because of the building of an atmosphere and feeling, but also the samples that seems to be taken from a Japanese horror movie. It feels like there is a history behind the music that is told while you listen.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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