““Night Trip” sets a tone of contradictory nostalgia, as alluring as it is frightening. Imagine a recurring nightmare you haven’t had since you were a child yet which now pricks at your desire to see it with waking eyes. This is the ouroboros whose songs are documented herein. “Ordered and Filed,” on the other hand, is cloaked in a honeycombed past. With the post-apocalyptic contours of a Tarkovsky wasteland, Schurman manifests the body’s internal mechanisms as destitutions made anthemic by the caress of a distant sun.”
Here’s the first single from my new Caustic Reverie album Here and Away. I made the video by animating the various layers that make up the final artwork.
I’m putting the finishing touches on the new Caustic Reverie album, entitled Here and Away. This project is based on the soundtrack I wrote for the short film by director Abby Sirwatka.
Look for it on Spotify, Bandcamp, and everywhere else in July or August.
Josh and I are working on another batch of songs for Sumptus Ignis but we haven’t decided yet whether this will be an EP or a full-length.
In Caustic Reverie news, the digital re-release campaign continues. So far, I have uploaded Starter House, Decadent Nemesis, Bones of the Earth, Unearthly Sun, The Descending, Remainders, and Mithridatium.
Josh has put together a lyric video for our Sumptus Ignis track “December’s End”, which will be on our first EP Seasons of Attrition.
Speaking of which, Dave from Metal-Temple.com gave us our first review.
Special thanks to Richard Perdomo at Demiurgic Designs for the album art and logo redesign.