Inade | Aldebaran
The masters of Black Ambient! “Aldebaran” is the black sun of the secret knowledge. This work focuses on the German Vril society myths of ‘Aldebaran’, from which universal spirituality is said to originate. One hour of immense walls of dark, brooding atmospherics, pulsating anthems of the universal power, mixed with themes of heritage and history. The ultimate document of deep and cavernous dark ambient.
Original digipack version, ltd x 1000. Reissued in 2001 in a standard jewel case but with enhanced artwork throughout, ltd x 1000. Third unlimited edition available 5th December 2007.
1. Signals From 68 Dimensions (I)
2. Signals From 68 Dimensions (II)
3. The Conquest Of Being Separated (I)
4. The Conquest Of Being Separated (II)
5. The Crushing Of Earthly Foundations (I)
6. The Crushing Of Earthly Foundations (II)
7. The End Of The Beginning (I)
8. The End Of The Beginning (II)
Terrorizer: The best kind of Black Ambient is immersive, atmospheric, thought-provoking, mystical, bass-heavy, distinctive and spiritual. The best kind of Black Ambient artist is Inade because they are all these things. ‘Aldebaran’ takes the listener’s conscience into deepest space and will no doubt long be coveted by the thousands of artists who have tried and failed to create this unique effect. (9/10)
Judas Kiss: “…a cult classic in the dark ambient scene….The music of Inade consists of vertiginously deep chasms of rumbling ambient atmospherics, overlaid with pulsating rhythms, occasional distorted vocals and extended drones. It bears obvious affinities with contemporary dark ambient pioneers such as Lustmord, Archon Satani and Mikael Stavöstrand’s Inanna, but Inade sound quite distinctive, and remarkable, given the influential nature of this album and the legions of dark ambient releases which have followed in its wake during the past 11 years, it still sounds quite fresh and innovative… this is one of those genre-defining albums, like Lustmord’s Heresy”
Blow Up: “…uno dei classici intramontabili della dark ambient degli anni ’90. Pubblicato nel ’96 “Aldebaran” è un lavoro che nel genere non teme la disfida persino con il Lustmord più seminale”