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  • Original Release Date: 7 Nov 2006
  • Label: Editions Mego
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 Editions Mego
  • Total Length: 1:17:46
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  • ASIN: B001ER7EOS
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 109,353 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mathias Palmberg on 15 Feb 2008
Format: Audio CD
Every once in a while you stumble across an album that redefines music as you know it. Being a fan of both avant-garde electronica and black metal it almost seem that KTL is a band designed for melding these seemingly disparate musical genres. KTL started as a musical project for a theater piece called Kindertotenlieder (hence the name KTL) by Giselle Viennes and Dennis Cooper, and now the music made for the piece has been released on both cd and vinyl. The musicians behind KTL is Peter Rehnberg (PITA) and Stephen O'Malley (Sunn 0))), Khanate, Burning Witch) and despite coming from different musical backgrounds they effortlessly create something unique and wondeful.

The album starts off with the 25-minute piece "Estranged" which basically plays like a slow-burning, brooding, foreboding collection of sounds that builds and builds. You almost feel like that you are descending into complete and utter darkness fearing what lies ahead. When the track is over you really have arrived in purgatory as the Forest Floor suite begins with Forest Floor 1. Throughout the four movements of the Forest Floor suite O'Malley's black metal guitar stylings and droning monolith-riffs clash violently with Rehnberg's screeching and searing electronics. Make no mistake, this is extreme music as its best and most brutal, but it does however not lack concistency and a strange sort of beauty. Each movement of the Forest Floor suite is almost 8-10 minutes each and when everything is over we continue onwards to the last track which is the serene but dark piece called "Snow". This piece perfectly bookends the album since we return to the quiet, yet disturbing, stylings of
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desolation into the vortex 13 Oct 2012
By Peter Dame - Published on Amazon.com
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My hope is that because this cd has not been reviewed that it has not been listened to. The music on this cd is a must listen for those who like to listen to dark ambient. Iam not keen on the word dark but that is how this genere is classified. listen with an open mind at night time in a dark room or when you have your headphones on with your Ipod and your taking a walk observing our creators creations.
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