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A Murder of Angels is a side project of Bryin Dall and Derek Rush. Bryin is known for his work with Loretta's Doll, his solo project Fourth Sign of the Apocalypse and, also Thee Majesty, with Genesis P-Orridge. He sometimes contributes to Derek's main project, Dream into Dust. The two have previously collaborated together under the name Of Unknown Origin.
Middle Pillar, their record company states that "While You Sleep evokes a universe of disturbing worlds. The duo have created a sound that faintly evokes the low-key moments of their other work, yet succeeds in creating an entirely new atmosphere. Listening to While You Sleep is similar to slipping off into a peaceful slumber that sucks you in like quicksand before it slowly melts into the more disturbing territories of your psyche." I couldn't agree more. This album is one of my long time favorites, although i must admit my opinion is quite a subjective one (since this is one of the first albums of this kind i found, long way back). This album walks around many genres of music and soundscape; just for a general image though, I see this somewhere in the dark ambient atmosphere (but that's a very diverse category, nevertheless).
Year of Release: 1999 Label: Middle Pillar Genres: Dark Ambient, Experimental, Industrial Format: MP3 Bitrate: 192kbps
Track List: 1. Necrosis Reversal 2. Manuscript 3. Wandering Soul 4. Lurking Gentlemen 5. Melting Across The Night 6. Tribunal 7. Suspended In Frozen Misery 8. Opaque Atmosphere 9. The Ninth Circle