Not On Label (Consciousness Removal Project Self-Released) – CRP-007. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Not On Label (Consciousness Removal Project Self-Released) – none. Format: 5 File, FLAC, Album. Lead Vocals – Jaakko Pimperi.
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Consciousness Removal Project’s The Last Season is a nice, tasty slab of post-metal, nicely layered with lots of diverse instrumentation. For the most part, the album seems to know the right time to be grimy, heavy, and crushing, and when to slide back down to ambient, calm, and refreshing. When the album does occasionally forget, it’s only due to natural instrumental meandering, simply wandering through a certain passage for too long, with ideas losing strength along the way. But besides its lengthier, more dragging passages, The Last Season rarely stops being a well-written, enjoyable ride.
This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 106/109 BPM). Tracklist The Last Season. 106 BPM. Recent albums by Consciousness Removal Project. Do You Ever Think It's the End of the World? 2010.
CONSCIOUSNESS REMOVAL PROJECT is a one-man post-metal band from Tampere, Finland. Its only member Antti Loponen is solely responsible not only for compositions, lyrics and arrangements but also for most instruments and the record production. With the help of a live collective, Consciousness Removal Project has also been able to perform live since 2008. Track Name: The Unknown Known. We cached our lives behind the wall of glass The memories decayed Now what remains is all the things we do in tacit ways. Consciousness Removal Project recommends: Untitled (4) by kurouma. Soaring and atmospheric post-metal from Finland Consciousness Removal Project.
Consciousness Removal Project. October 22 ·. This new album by our friends Nauticus is highly recommended if you like your music a bit more complicated. It’s still athmosperic with repeating themes building up, having clever arrangements and interesting sounds. I would namedrop The Ocean, Tool and King Crimson. June 1 ·. Writing the new material has been slower and more difficult than before but right now there's light at the end of the tunnel and a provisional track list for an album has been made. There's still work to do for each of the six songs, but it helps to put them within the big picture frame. I work alone and usually forget to take any pictures. Here's a rare shoot from last month, capturing the busy atmosphere of composing, arranging, playing, producing, engineering and recording at the same time.
Consciousness Removal Project discography (all). lt; Do You Ever Think It's the End of the World? (2010).