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Sky Burial to release new album 'Corranach' in September on the Reverse Alignment label

SKY BURIAL returns after a two year hiatus with a new album, 'Corranach', this September on the Reverse Alignment label.
 
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Review of Sky Burial's 'Pas the Sarvering Gallack Seas and Flaming Nebyul Eye' from Vital Weekly

A sky burial is a Tibetan funeral ritual wherein a corpse is left atop a mountain to be consumed by vultures and other wildlife – an image that portends Michael Page's uneasy sound experiments. 'Pas The Sarvering...' demonstrates that he is getting serious about his macabrely-named sound project, spreading his efforts across a seventy-plus minute canvas and enlisting the help of several high-profile collaborators – including industrial legend Nigel Ayers (a.k.a.

Review of Sky Burial's 'Pas the Sarvering Gallack Seas and Flaming Nebyul Eye' from Santa Sangre

What a monumentality emanates from “Pas The Sarvering Gallack Seas And Flaming Nebyul Eye”. The very title, which I swear I won’t write for the second time in this review, announces that it we won’t be having an easy time with the album, and we’ll probably be forced to face a real colossus.

Review of Sky Burial's 'Pas the Sarvering Gallack Seas and Flaming Nebyul Eye' from Brianwashed

This new album continues the trend of Michael Page's 2012 album, 

Review of Sky Burial's 'Pas the Sarvering Gallack Seas and Flaming Nebyul Eye' from Hypnagogue

From its first moment, Sky Burial’s new release, Pas the Sarvering Gallack Seas and Flaming Nebyul Eye throws its listener into a dizzying whirl of sound, setting them on an impressionistic journey that may simply confound some.

Review of "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" from Heathen Harvest

Review of Sky Burial's 'Pas the Sarvering Gallack Seas and Flaming Nebyul Eye' from Zen of Sound

"Sky Burial's latest release, with a cryptic title taken from a line in Russell Hoban's dystopian novel RIDDLEY WALKER, builds on the expansion of sound and ideas found on the previous release THERE I SAW THE GREY WOLF GAPING.

Review of Sky Burial's 'Return to the Source' from Cvlt Nation

Review of Sky Burial's 'A Revised History of Dreaming'

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