German dark ambient project Ager Sonus catch sight of ‘Book of the Black Earth’ released on Cryo Chamberoulder.
Arise in 2014, “Ager Sonus” is the Dark Ambient project of German musician Thomas Langewehr
Experiencing childhood in a time where the Cold War was all the while going solid, becoming acquainted with the dim history of Nazi-Germany and the greater part of the catastrophe und experiencing that came it, it made a solid sentiment coerce that will be with him until the end of time. He saw the Chernobyl-disaster, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the reunification of East-and West-Germany and in addition the ruin of the Soviet Union. The primary Iraq War, where he recalls individuals sitting frightened before their Tvs mulling over purchasing gas covers in light of the fact that the media conjectured about the aftermath achieving Europe.
A considerable measure of extremely important occasions in history that demonstrated a great deal of murkiness, incomprehensible levels of human enduring and only level out abhorrence, additionally motivation from individuals willing to battle and remain for a superior place to live. So haziness has dependably been a piece of his life which at last showed in his music. Getting motivation for his music additionally originates from long strolls through the outside with his sound recorder dependably good to go to catch the climate of the phase of war.
From the primary discharge in 2014 to the most recent he investigated many ways to deal with encompassing music. From field recordings, customary synthesizers, glitches to utilizing a great deal of symphonic instruments and vocals. Later collections began recounting a collection long stories, directing far from making single tracks with contained subjects.
Cryo Chamber is now releasing “Book of the Black Earth” which offers what the label calls “dark bass drone rumbles in the caverns under long forgotten cities”. Note that this time Ager Sonus created an Egyptian backdrop using flutes and atmospheric layerings.
You can preview the album below. Note that the album can be downloaded via Bandcamp or purchased as a full-color 6-panel digipak, also via Bandcamp. The release is featuring – as usual – great artwork by Simon Heath.