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Dynamic Stillness is available for pre-order:
Amazing I check the page for mp3 samples every day
This I am sure will be the album of the year.
Best album so far is Deathspell Omega - Veritas Diaboli Manet in Aeternum: Chaining the Katechon
As for making available a printed tray card, as I mentioned earlier it's difficult to print a tray card that's perfectly trimmed, well-aligned and properly folded. We think most people would be satisfied without, most of the rest would be OK with printing their own at home, and for those who want a tray card and don't have a high-quality color printer of their own, we could probably come up with some option. Including a tray card alone, without a jewel case, the problem would be how to mail it without damage in transit.
Well, since I assume you prefer his "atmospheric space" style..you have made a very good selection!
I am very eager to see what Roach will release this year.... his music is like a drug really..can't get enough of it...
I guess he could release a new album each month if he wanted too..but I think I read somewhere in an interview..that he has set
an policy to not release more then 5-6 albums per year..to avoid quanity instead of quality...
However..I still think he should do as Robert Rich has done recently, he has begin to release "internet only" releases...
Might be a good idea for Roach aswell..
The Terra Sancta, after a few more listens, is excellent. Also very much enjoying Caul/'kirchenkampf' album Sleep Night Death, from the same label, the wonderful Malignant. Exquisite, very well crafted dark ambient fired by streaks of strange luminosity.
Any fans of China Mieville out there? Perdido Street Station and The Scar are for me probably the best modern fantasy out there.
Diophantine Discs: http://discs.diophantine.net/ They use Stumptown Printers for their packaging, and the music in wonderful from what I have checked out so far (excellent works by Brian Lavelle and 'kirchenkampf')