To See The Stars Again

by Contagiion / Benighted In Sodom

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camjr01 I have no idea why a dungeon synth label released this, being that it's barely medieval at all- but whatever, at least I stumbled across this masterpiece. Contagiion's tracks are mostly intriguing weird synth music that's not as much low end and subtle but rather quiet and mysterious- except the first track, a beautifully ambiguous piece with noticeable guitar presence. Meanwhile, Benighted in Sodom come through with lofi ambient black metal slathered in synths- and trust me, it's entrancing. Favorite track: Paradigm Inumbrate.
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monolithslasher This split album is a fantastic mix of depressive and isolated dark synth and, in the case of Paradigm Inumbrate, heavy hitting ambient black metal. I fully recommend if you are into either genre. Favorite track: Paradigm Inumbrate.
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BloodStone Really dark and brooding split! Favorite track: Paradigm Inumbrate.
Jean-Paul DuQuette
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Jean-Paul DuQuette Dark pulsing moans from Contgagiion and a long black epic from Benighted in Sodom. Dark and ominous.
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A split between two mysterious entities.

Contagiion conjures despondent figures bubbled up from a black pool

Benighted In Sodom audibly visualizes the menacing pain of being bedridden with wasting illness.

Released in 2008. A few CDs remain and will be available until sold out forever.

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released April 10, 2008

Contagiion is: I, The Skeptic

Benighted In Sodom is: M. Thorn

Photos and layout by Lord Tetrarch

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Procuring Dungeon Synth, Medieval Ambient & other Weird Synth Music.

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