Do you remember a scene at the beginning of Hideo Nakata's "Ringu" when all you see is a close-up of the sea surface, almost black water squirming unpleasantly like an organic mass? Do you remember the menacing look on the characters' faces when they tell how a woman went into the sea and came back pregnant a few days later?
Did you try imagining just who, or what, the father of the child might be?
There is an old japanese fishermen legend which says that if young children play at the sea, a goblin will come and eat them. That is also what The Sixth Dreaming is about.
They say we know the surface of the moon much better than we know the surface of the seas. Makes you wonder...
The 52nd release in Rain netlabel and the 6th installment in the dreaming series is available for download.It is recommended to listen in the dark and in absolute silence, with moderately high volume setting.Aairria's "The Sixth Dreaming"