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Nadja: The Stone Is Not Hit By The Sun, Nor Carved With A Knife

20.11.16



Aidan Baker and Leah Buckareff, better known to the world of heavy music as Nadja, have recently released their latest offering, poetically titled The Stone Is Not Hit By The Sun, Nor Carved With A Knife via Gizeh Records, the band's first ever release for this label.

The album was recorded at the band's own Broken Spine Studios in Berlin, it was mastered by James Plotkin, and features the artwork of Aidan Baker and Richard Knox.

The experimental doom duo continues its heavy ambient endeavors in the same vein as Sv and Tabernanthe, those recent Nadja releases that kind of went off the radar, with lengthy compositions that embody almost every extra noisy type of music that we gladly punish our ears with, from drone and ambient experimentalism to shoegazing dissonance and doom metal lethargy. Each of the four tracks that comprise The Stone Is Not Hit By The Sun, Nor Carved With A Knife could stand as an individual release of its own, but all together they complete a work of art so darkly majestic and incredibly profound, that easily stands as one of the band's finest achievements in a body of work that is so large, it's hard even for Nadja's devoted fans to keep up with.

Immerse yourself in Nadja's intense atmospheric heaviness right below...







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