Lost Salt Blood Purges   Black Lagoon: The Ritual of Reality
Release Date: 2017

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0.0 kascetcadettt | October 27th 16

black lagoon is a place where all sput
users have sex

no one's bumpin' my soundoff because it
wasn't funny or because i revealed the
secret location and the truth that we are
all gay?

uh i think i fucked up with this

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0.0 I highly doubt he put himself through that length of experimental techno | February 11th 17

michael snoxall- spooks & g*oks part II when

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0.0 modpack | February 11th 17

fun fact: this album is for WEEBS

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0.0 Pon STAFF | February 11th 17

The cancer that ravages the bodies of the weak from the inside. The sheets in the hospitals that can't wash out the death of the thousand hosts they've harnessed. The ruination of nations. The sepulchral monuments to which the bodies lay buried. The rituals of sacrifice. The cults of lives stolen. The genocides of peoples. The dolmens of the ancient, unheard of and enigmatic lost peoples who had succumbed to life's inevitability before our time. The confrontation of everything that has and will be drawn to an end. The breath of life given to dead bones--the learnings from those passed and the monolith of their impression. The silence, the cacophony, the burial, the pyramids, the temples, the sky and watered earth, the petrichor that rises from old graves. The nails and hair that grow long after the flesh has decayed. This is death metal. This is Death. mortui vivos docent

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0.0 CaimanJesus | November 10th 16

you tappin that snox

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3.5 greatAlabaster Jones | February 14th 17

It's interesting that a topic as unnerving as the real world and an occultish one seeping into each other is expressed in a very calm and ultimately quite beautiful way, but it seems like you can always count on some strange musical ideas from this project. Black Lagoon: The Ritual Of Reality is nothing if not cohesive; the influences of neofolk, post-rock, and tribal ambient all mesh with each other quite easily and the engrossing, ghostlike atmosphere of the album is never once shattered by superfluous genre-hopping or useless "experimentation". A couple of tracks are pretty, but kind of just there, and one overstays it's welcome a bit, but when you have songs like "The Deepest Deep Red Waters", "Glass End Sacrifice", and "Hevurah (Reprise)", you can afford that. Clearly, a lot of time and careful planning went into this one, and though it may not be Lost Salt Blood Purges' best work, it is definitely still a worthwhile listen and is one of the better experimental albums the young year has to offer so far.

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0.0 zaruyache | February 11th 17

it's ironic because we're all bumping his soundoff now. Woowieee.

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0.0 no.1 fred durst defender | February 10th 17

this is a 1 just for the track titles

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3.5 greatVOTED most underrated user (2016, 2020) | July 29th 20
3.0 goodEl Olam | October 25th 17
2.5 averageElynna | September 15th 17
2.5 averagejgalloway64 | July 15th 17
3.0 goodmontekristoo99 | June 3rd 17
3.0 goodBradleyLayne | March 24th 17
4.0 excellentJJKeys | February 14th 17
3.5 greatDewinged STAFF | February 14th 17
4.0 excellentGreem | February 13th 17
3.5 greatGraveyard | February 13th 17
3.0 goodGameofmetal EMERITUS | February 13th 17
3.5 greatFinal Origin | February 12th 17
2.5 averageHerbie Chrost | February 12th 17
2.5 averageAnimalsAsSummit | February 12th 17
2.5 averagebbgames | February 12th 17
3.0 goodFullOfSounds | February 11th 17
3.5 greatfedericogambato | February 11th 17
4.5 superbLyandr | February 10th 17

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