- Performer Altered Existence
- Title ...To Darkened Depths Of Imagination
- Date of release 2008
- Style Death Metal
- Other formats AAC RA AU WMA ADX XM MMF
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1860 mb
- Size FLAC 1777 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 885
Altered Existence Discography.
Band Name Altered Existence. To Darkend Depths of Imagination. Labels Self-Produced. Music StyleDeath Metal. Members owning this album1.
Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in 1280 x 960 resolution or higher. Silent Scream From the Darkest Depths of the Imagination.
From the album Within The Depths Of A Darkened Forest. Track Name: Shadows Of Moonlit Nights. Shadows of moonlit nights. Their sky turns to dusk Over the weeping of willow trees Swaying in the tepid breeze. The waning moon sets to rest Withering a night sky to a zombie grey light As with the moon Beneath existence Their bony feet scamper To their maternal sanctuary Hidden where farness cradles the earth. From the album Within The Depths Of A Darkened Forest. Track Name: Cast To The Seas In Storms. Cast to the seas in storms.
Their bony feet scamper. To their maternal sanctuary. Closer to you. Within the depths of a darkened forest. Help me from this darkened forest.
From the Depths of Darkness is a compilation album by one-man musical project Burzum, released on 6 December 2011 through Byelobog Productions. It consists of newly re-recorded tracks from Burzum's first two albums, Burzum (1992) and Det som engang var (1993), along with three new tracks. All tracks written by Burzum. Pytten – engineering. Davide Bertolini – engineering, production. Naweed Ahmed – mastering. Dan Capp - Cover Art.
Expect dark compositions riddled with brutal riffing that flow seamlessly into beautiful clean sections. Intricate bass lines that weave their way between unrelenting blast beats and grooving rhythms
A digital painting exploring the powers of a child's imagination. The first thing that struck me with this piece was the creative idea. I love the idea of a bathtub, a confined place that becomes a world, like our own mind. I like the details around the tub as well, but I found they took away from the piece as a whole, because they're distracting from the 'world of imagination' inside the tub. A more simplified background might have worked better, or a difference in saturation of colour between the tub and floor to draw more attention to the tub. Overall, the impact of this piece is wonderful! Nice work!
|1||Box Of Evils||02:27|
|4||Ever So Alone||03:38|
|6||Scars Of Time||03:58|
|7||Descending To Madness||04:43|