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Review of "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" from Synths & Sequences

From Synths & Sequences (translated):

The advantage to write reviews about EM is to receive music that we usually wouldn't even think of listening to. Let's take “There I Saw the Grey Wolf Gaping” from Sky Burial. An anonymous artwork, like in the days of LP's, with a schemer skeleton of a wolf head is not inevitably the kind of presentation that catches

Review of "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" from Blistering light blog

From Blistering Light blog:

Let me start saying that i consider myself a closed mind guy. People that know me know that I take always what I consider the right steps. I like to discover bands or someone that has some connection with my musical tastes advices me to listen.
So when I receive a promo from a band I don’t know much and its on the “don’t bo

Review of "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" from ninehertz.co.uk

Review of "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" from Ninehertz website:

Sky Burial is one guy, Michael Page and after six years this is his ninth release.

Largely ambient works, there's a dark edge to all the tracks here, joining up the kind

Review of "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" from Hypnagogue

Review of "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" from Hypnagogue:

Michael Page says that his new Sky Burial release, There I Saw the Grey Wolf Gaping, marks a return to shorter-form work and pulls in inspiration from shoe-gaze, krautrock, musique concrete and more. But while all the work here is solid, it’s the three long(er) tracks, each clocking in at about 10 minutes each, that land with the heav

Review of "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" from Brainwashed.

Following three albums worth of long-form drone pieces, Michael Page (Fire in the Head) has instead returned with a suite of more song-like compositions, with a slew of collaborators, including Jarboe and Danny Hyde.  The final product is a diverse, yet cohesive set of tracks that function exactly how an album should.
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"There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping" now available

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Sky Burial- "There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping"

“There I Saw The Grey Wolf Gaping” marks a return to the shorter compositions which comprised Sky Burial’s first few releases. These tracks re

Review of "Aegri Somnia" from Aural Innovations

Sky Burial is essentially one musician – Michael Page – that looks to have at least a half a dozen other CD titles out, and after experiencing Aegri Somnia I realize that I will likely want to seek out more of his work. Movement I – The Synaesthete’s Lament (40:15) is a lengthy journey of post-industrial deep-space ambient that only improves as it progresses and Nik Turner shows up twice throughout this epic playing the sax as only the co-founder of Hawkwind can do.

SKY BURIAL- DREAM DECIMATOR download now available

Now available from Sky Burial and Lens Records:


Originally released on cassette, this digital release presents Dream Decimator in its original uncut, full hour run time, an option not available with the cassette. The original cassette version is available from catharticprocess.com.


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