THE ETERNITY: THE ONSET OF TIME
2 x CDR: Abgurd Subdivision AB-15 
"The Onset of time" is a double CD release which will eventually see the light of day through the Abgurd record label sometime in 2006 in very limited quantities and with very unusual packaging. Or so I’m reliably lead to believe. After promising not to review a pre-release again, after the Kristoffer Nystroms Orkester "BRAKEhead" review [read here], this turns up demanding attention. The difference here being that only the packaging is missing with the cds being the full product.
the Eternity is the act by which the artist 121...don’t ask…records
under. He has had a couple of releases put out on the Fight Muzik record
label but the majority of his work remains unreleased. 121 is also part
of the Velehentor project… or he could be Velehentor… it gets
very confusing. Give the man his dues though. He at least has a mission
statement of sorts which states that "The main creative purpose
of Closing the Eternity is derivation of listener from all concretics
and ordinariness of life". Whatever that all means.
second CD has the one sub 80 minute track titled ‘Time off’
and is a low end drone, and I mean very low end, where the music quietly
rumbles on sub bass frequencies which are barely audible. Although very
calming in structure there’s a feeling of queasy terror waiting
to be unleashed but which never makes an appearance. This ranks as one
of the strangest pieces of non music I’ve heard in a good few years.
[Closing The Eternity] / [Abgurd Subdivision]
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