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Oneiromancer - The Bismarck - "Oneiromancer" is not your average doom/sludge/whatever record and proves it with it's diversity in the sound and interesting theme. The atmosphere in the entire album is so masterfully crafted with the fantastic blend of crunchy and psychedelic sound, but for me, it hits it's peak in 'Hara'. The song refers to the holy mountain Hara Berezaiti, which in the Middle Eastern Mythology is the center of the universe. It's peak is the source of all the waters in the world and seen as a symbol of fertility, which in this case it probably refers to the birth of that new word the previous songs introduces. Even not knowing all that you get that vivid image of the Hara just from listening carefully to the track and letting the sound take you away.
Oneiromancer - The Bismarck - "Oneiromancer" is not your average doom/sludge/whatever record and proves it with it's diversity in the sound and interesting theme. The atmosphere in the entire album is so masterfully crafted with the fantastic blend of crunchy and psychedelic sound, but for me, it hits it's peak in 'Hara'. The song refers to the holy mountain Hara Berezaiti, which in the Middle Eastern Mythology is the center of the universe. It's peak is the source of all the waters in the world and seen as a symbol of fertility, which in this case it probably refers to the birth of that new word the previous songs introduces. Even not knowing all that you get that vivid image of the Hara just from listening carefully to the track and letting the sound take you away.
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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 04/15/2022
UPC: 7090039722861

Oneiromancer
Artist: Bismarck
Format: CD
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Oneiromancer - The Bismarck - "Oneiromancer" is not your average doom/sludge/whatever record and proves it with it's diversity in the sound and interesting theme. The atmosphere in the entire album is so masterfully crafted with the fantastic blend of crunchy and psychedelic sound, but for me, it hits it's peak in 'Hara'. The song refers to the holy mountain Hara Berezaiti, which in the Middle Eastern Mythology is the center of the universe. It's peak is the source of all the waters in the world and seen as a symbol of fertility, which in this case it probably refers to the birth of that new word the previous songs introduces. Even not knowing all that you get that vivid image of the Hara just from listening carefully to the track and letting the sound take you away.
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