This album shares some of the components of Apidya and Arakan–pitch-shifted low-bitrate samples, non-audio files converted to audio–but uses them to much better results. Writing these notes eleven years later I can't remember what my musical intentions were but I think my control of materials improved between the first two electronic albums and this one, which I basically like. "Lung" concludes with microtonal piano.
What more can you say after reading the abhorrent bio of this album that tells the vision behind it? This is the black vomit of Tchornobog: abyssal violation of your senses and pineal gland and you are not the same person after encountering this multidimensional god. 𝙅𝙤𝙚 𝙎𝙥𝙞𝙣𝙚𝙡𝙡
You've been sinking into the depths so long that you ceased breathing, but you're still aware of your downward journey. At times you float gently down, only to get sucked into undersea turbulence that eventually deposits you into more quiet descent. Despite it all, you feel calmed by the beauty of your aquatic isolation. Drown's Unsleep is the soundtrack to your descent... THORmonger71
How small and insignificant our lives are compared to wide cosmos ? That's how this album makes me feel, in awe with those stars and supernovas and inhabitable planets all across the universe while we're just one species in one litle planet in an almost infinity wide universe . Gives goosebumps . Mirta