Celestis Dark Ambient, Industrial Cyclotimia This is the 4th and final time I re-write this review. I just can't figure out how to make a good opening or a good ending of it. Everything I write just sounds so futile compared to the music. I have no idea for how many hours I've been listening to this album since it was released, I don't know how many times I've thought to myself that this is how I want great music to sound. It's melancholic, it's clean, it's dusty, it's empty and cold, leaving you with nothing except the cold dead space around you. Which brings me to some trivia about this record. Because this is one album that have actually been in space. Here's a quote from Cyclotimia's web space: "In the year 2007 one CD copy of "Celestis: Space Ceremonial Music" album visited space within Legacy Flight which took place on April 28th in Spaceport America in New Mexico. Another CD copy of this album visited space and returned back to Earth within Pioneer Flight launched May 4, 2010. A very few bands have anything in their possession that has traveled to space." And with this I would actually like to close this review here and now. The music speaks more for itself than I ever can. I can just say that I love this record! 550
Brutal Resonance

Cyclotimia - Celestis

This is the 4th and final time I re-write this review. I just can't figure out how to make a good opening or a good ending of it. Everything I write just sounds so futile compared to the music. I have no idea for how many hours I've been listening to this album since it was released, I don't know how many times I've thought to myself that this is how I want great music to sound.

It's melancholic, it's clean, it's dusty, it's empty and cold, leaving you with nothing except the cold dead space around you. Which brings me to some trivia about this record. Because this is one album that have actually been in space. Here's a quote from Cyclotimia's web space:

"In the year 2007 one CD copy of "Celestis: Space Ceremonial Music" album visited space within Legacy Flight which took place on April 28th in Spaceport America in New Mexico.

Another CD copy of this album visited space and returned back to Earth within Pioneer Flight launched May 4, 2010. A very few bands have anything in their possession that has traveled to space."


And with this I would actually like to close this review here and now. The music speaks more for itself than I ever can. I can just say that I love this record!
Apr 25 2011

John Wikström

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