Invisible Landscapes Dark Ambient, Experimental Corvuz This Dark Ambient project hailing from Oryol, Russia is part of the experimental noise and dark ambient renaissance that has been gathering a lot of momentum in the former Eastern Block over the last few years and they present here a debut release which is very impressive. Every track is well thought out and executed and they all continuously evolve to maintain the listener's interest and successfully manage evade the trap of repetition that is so very prevalent in this style. The album also manages to avoid many of the hallmarks of Dark Ambient (rumbling low end noises, drone sequences and clanging metal sounds drenched in cathedral sized reverbs) in favor of evolving melodies and sequences which sound quite fresh as a result. Tracks 1, 6, and 9 are the definite standouts on this album and they truly shine. The rest of the album doesn't slouch in its presentation however and it must be listened to from start to finish. Overall this is a thoroughly enjoyable debut and a new project to add to the watch list. Fans of this style will not be disappointed! 450
Brutal Resonance

Corvuz - Invisible Landscapes

8.0
"Great"
Released 2012 by Zhelezobeton
This Dark Ambient project hailing from Oryol, Russia is part of the experimental noise and dark ambient renaissance that has been gathering a lot of momentum in the former Eastern Block over the last few years and they present here a debut release which is very impressive.

Every track is well thought out and executed and they all continuously evolve to maintain the listener's interest and successfully manage evade the trap of repetition that is so very prevalent in this style. The album also manages to avoid many of the hallmarks of Dark Ambient (rumbling low end noises, drone sequences and clanging metal sounds drenched in cathedral sized reverbs) in favor of evolving melodies and sequences which sound quite fresh as a result.

Tracks 1, 6, and 9 are the definite standouts on this album and they truly shine. The rest of the album doesn't slouch in its presentation however and it must be listened to from start to finish.

Overall this is a thoroughly enjoyable debut and a new project to add to the watch list. Fans of this style will not be disappointed! Jun 16 2012

Marc Martinez

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