Cellblock Dark Ambient, Experimental Atrium Carceri It took me some days to figure out this music. Well, the music is simple to understand, its darkness, dark tunnels and such, but there's a thread through it all. It's as if the artist has tried to tell a tale by making pictures of sound, perhaps about an old prison or asylum. The sounds would fit perfectly in that kind of environment. I like the record, it sounds good and the different sounds match each other well. What about the layout? Well, it's dark and cosy and it probably could make any industrial-goth to cry. Nothing bad with that at all, it's looking great. But we've seen it before. Still, it's a good record that is worth buying. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 350
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Atrium Carceri - Cellblock

It took me some days to figure out this music. Well, the music is simple to understand, its darkness, dark tunnels and such, but there's a thread through it all. It's as if the artist has tried to tell a tale by making pictures of sound, perhaps about an old prison or asylum.

The sounds would fit perfectly in that kind of environment. I like the record, it sounds good and the different sounds match each other well.

What about the layout? Well, it's dark and cosy and it probably could make any industrial-goth to cry. Nothing bad with that at all, it's looking great. But we've seen it before. Still, it's a good record that is worth buying.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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