Terma

by SADHAKA

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Dave Aftandilian
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Dave Aftandilian I feel the living spirit of the forest all around me, blazing in the sap of every tree, pounding in the earth beneath my feet. I feel it inside of me, simultaneously raging and at peace. With each step I take into the darkened woods I travel deeper inside myself. When I reach the end of this journey it shall begin again.
Kevin H
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Kevin H Sadhaka's "Terma" incorporates far more elements into it's four tracks of Cascadian BM than many of their contemporaries. The pacing for example, meanders between a slow, melancholic doom-laden feel juxtaposed with a faster more familiar CBM style. In many cases, without any sense of disjointment. Wish I'd discovered this last year, so it could make my end of year list- it's that good.

This band is perfect for those who feel that Cascadian BM can be stale and limited in it's influences. Favorite track: Dissolution.
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Dissolution 09:55
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Impermanence 14:30
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Ancient Ones 16:39

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Sadhaka, a new ritual of Cascadian Black Metal from the the U.S. Featuring members of Fauna and Vradiazei. The music just simply blows your mind. Sadhaka presents to you an ancient story, with secrets waiting to be told. Attention, fans of Alda, Skagos and Wolves in the Throne Room, DO NOT miss it!

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released April 20, 2013

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