Journey To Another Place Ambient, Goth Azrael This is another release from Azreal. If you compare with the two earlier release from Azreal then you will notice that the music have grown and become more wide, more developed than before. The music has also become more exciting, more dynamic and still it have managed to keep its dark feeling. As the title says it is some kind of journey to another place. If you close your eyes and leans back and let your thoughts roam freely it is easily done with the help of the music to end up in another place. "Prestige & Banquet" is the song I like most and it's easiest to dream yourself away. Another track of interest is the secret track that gives you a taste of things to come. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Azrael - Journey To Another Place

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Released off label 2004
This is another release from Azreal. If you compare with the two earlier release from Azreal then you will notice that the music have grown and become more wide, more developed than before. The music has also become more exciting, more dynamic and still it have managed to keep its dark feeling.

As the title says it is some kind of journey to another place. If you close your eyes and leans back and let your thoughts roam freely it is easily done with the help of the music to end up in another place. "Prestige & Banquet" is the song I like most and it's easiest to dream yourself away. Another track of interest is the secret track that gives you a taste of things to come.

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

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

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