Silent Religion’s long anticipated E.P “Absence” is on its way to multiple digital platforms as these words are being typed. Prepare yourself for a soothing, intimate, downward spiral towards the loving embrace of an affectionate breed of madness. Hypnotic melodies alongside lulling atmospheres will encourage a transcendental awakening I feel we are all in need of. More news to come on the physical release of “Absence”. Stay tuned and god-speed.
It’s here! We are honored and quite excited to set this album loose to the cyber-world. Go give it a listen and a download!
Silent Realm Industries 6th release (SRI006) Dom Fem Bot is the latest album from Australian Electronic outfit, Dada Davros. A mixing of hard and soft synths blend with unconventional time structures as intricate percussion lines weave their way through vast open synth chords and ice cold string sections. Taking it’s queues from the likes of Plaid, Autechre, Richard Devine and any number of releases on the Schematic label. Dom Fem Bot marks an adventurous and unique set of musical pieces that reflect an ease of experimentation that is at the heart of this compelling collection of electronic music.
You could think of it as Sci-Fi Noir IDM with shades of micro jazz, left field electronic music for digital tourists, daydreams of some forgotten mathematical importance, subroutines for entertainment.
Silent Realm Industries’ fourth release (SRI004) We I R D by S-B-J is something all fans of IDM/Electronica should check out. This genre-jumping masterpiece has a track for everyone to enjoy. A handcrafted electronica album like this is the product of a seasoned European musician who has honed his craft in sound design and synthesized auditory architecture. Add this album to your collection: We promise it will be right at home within your library of esoteric music.
In the beginning, nine stood before the eternal fires of Noksuna. Her hypnotic flicker forever solidifying all that lived inside them, all that was their vision, all that could be from the abyss of their hearts, and all that would be from the glory of the crown. Permeated, their stares focused toward the walls of twilight. The walls they swore to defend… In the Distance, The spiraling horizons of darkness that will slowly etch it’s blackness into Lesu began to wax and wane ever-closer to the valley; Showing the Nine Templar that the boding mist will now forever burden the realm of the Astral garden… ‘less they forget their vows. The Nine being present in Juron was a testament to the oath they had all taken long ago. The Noksuna. The vow to Odin and the High Priestess Aihmsva, to guard, for all of time, the breath of the ever-nova and her hope-bearing ghosts. This war was to be lost or won in vain, for the seer has already spoke the fate that bestow those who guard the fiery tomb of the goddess, princess Aihmsva Ekunovlas.
PSYKHE (or Psyche) was the goddess of the soul, wife of Eros god of love.
She was once a mortal princess whose astounding beauty earned the ire of Aphrodite when men turned their worship from goddess to girl. Aphrodite commanded Eros make Psykhe fall in love with the most hideous of men, but the god himself fell in love with her and carried her away to his secret palace. However Eros hid his true identity, and commanded her never to look upon his face. Psykhe was eventually tricked by her jealous sisters into gazing upon the face of god, and he abandoned her. In her despair, she searched throughout the world for her lost love, and eventually came into the service of Aphrodite. The goddess commanded her perform a series of difficult labors which culminated in a journey to the Underworld. In the end Psykhe was reunited with Eros and the couple wed in a ceremony attended by the gods.
Psykhe was depicted in ancient mosaics as a butterfly winged goddess in the company of her husband Eros. Sometimes a pair of Pyskhai are portrayed, the second perhaps being their daughter Hedone (Pleasure).
In Sumerian mythology, Anu (also An; from Sumerian *An 𒀭 = sky, heaven) was a sky-god, the god of heaven, lord of constellations, king of gods, spirits and demons, and dwelt in the highest heavenly regions. It was believed that he had the power to judge those who had committed crimes, and that he had created the stars as soldiers to destroy the wicked. His attribute was the royal tiara. His attendant and minister of state was the god Ilabrat.
He was one of the oldest gods in the Sumerian pantheon and part of a triad including Enlil (god of the air) and Enki (god of water). He was called Anu by the later Akkadiansin Babylonian culture. By virtue of being the first figure in a triad consisting of Anu, Enlil, and Enki (also known as Ea), Anu came to be regarded as the father and at first, king of the gods. Anu is so prominently associated with the E-anna temple in the city of Uruk (biblical Erech) in southern Babylonia that there are good reasons for believing this place to be the original seat of the Anu cult. If this is correct, then the goddess Inanna (or Ishtar) of Uruk may at one time have been his consort.
In Sumerian mythology, Ninsar (from Nin = Lady, Sar = Green(ery)) is the goddess of plants.