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by Ourson

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Tom Rimshot Having been one of the two minds behind the Install label that debuted with this CD, I can still proudly say that this album has not aged at all. Alien, looming landscapes of shadowy sonics weigh heavily on you like a planet with double gravity. Go blindly and submissively into Eth, and you just might survive. You might even learn its secrets. Favorite track: Daughter of Sun.
Eth 03:53
Orph 06:35
Gate 06:40
Ethre 08:28
Osm 11:43
Collapser 06:24


this album was originally put up on Install as the label's debut release in 2007. the second edition is the same recording in digital format with new artwork.

"The enigmatic Luke Hazard emerges from the black woods of West Virginia with an album that sounds cursed and burnt up from the very beginning. Eth boldly marks the birth of the Install label and as you might expect, it doesn't fool around. At times primordial and cosmic, Ourson guides you through barren windswept landscapes of rock and mud while simultaneously ripping apart the stereo field like a crusty blood-stained cloth. Eth is a truly epic recording of both gentle and unfriendly sounds, sparking mental images of the creation, deep haunted forests, bad acid trips and angry gods leveling mountains to dust. Limited to 300 glossy digipaks." - Install / 2007


released August 8, 2011


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Ourson Rochester, New York

sci fi ambient for dusty basement tape decks. publishing since 2005.

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