||1.||"Pi Hahiroth" (1:44)|
||2.||"Prophetic Victory" (7:07)|
||1.||"Cloud By Day" (7:19)|
||2.||"Pillar Of Fire By Night" (5:42)|
||1.||"The Horse & The Ride" (6:02)|
||2.||"Is It Because There Are No Graves" (2:14)|
||1.||"Hover Over" (7:04)|
||2.||"Pilgrims Plea" (11:59)|
The shadowy Frozen Border is back, however they're more prone to naming their artists these days than parent label Horizontal Ground. That being said, it's the mysterious Scarpa stepping up this time for the label. All we know is that he/she is from the U.S.A. and that Wilderness features typically dark and obscure techno experiments. Starting out with the dark soundscape of "Pi Hahiroth" it then ventures into the same knack for organic and broken groove of label mates Szare on "Prophetic Victory" or "Pillar Of Fire By Night". As you may have noticed by now, biblical references are a constant throughout the album. "Cloud By Day" and "The Horse And The Ride" are the real highlights on here; the kind of detailed and atmospheric techno that at times the label is synonymous with... and packed with such ferocity! It goes out all guns blazing with the epic 12 minute journey that is "Pilgrims Plea". Tip!
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