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  • Noctilucant's music video to 'Neath the Cerulean Abyss'

    The Neath the Cerulean Abyss music video has been released! Filmed and edited by J. Mlodik (AKA Noctilucant) between September to November of 2016, the video features extensive footage of watery shores, skylines, beaches and underwater sceneries for all you dark ambient aquanauts out there.

    The footage is interspersed with various ocean related quotes from admirers of the high sea. The original 30+ minute dark/drone ambient song has been edited down to just nine minutes here to highlight the most memorable points of the song. Additionally the Bandcamp page has been updated with some bonus content, which will contain a high quality version of the nine minute music video edit of Neath, and an mp4 video file of the music video for Neath The Cerulean Abyss.

    'Neath the Cerulean Abyss' follows a mysterious object that falls from the sky and journey's from the top of the ocean waves all the way to the deepest darkest parts of the ocean where unknown horrors dwell…

    Watch the video here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCXs8G04I4Q

    Bandcamp: https://noctilucant.bandcamp.com/alb...cerulean-abyss



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    An epic journey--clearly defined sections that flow nicely into each other.

    Interesting panning choices in sections, nice to hear something that doesn't just seem to be standard stereo tracks (these days) layered.

    And for you fans of field recordings of water; everything from babbling brooks, under sea depths, waves, and splashing rain.

    A well composed piece of work.

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      Originally posted by aoVI View Post
      An epic journey--clearly defined sections that flow nicely into each other.

      Interesting panning choices in sections, nice to hear something that doesn't just seem to be standard stereo tracks (these days) layered.

      And for you fans of field recordings of water; everything from babbling brooks, under sea depths, waves, and splashing rain.

      A well composed piece of work.
      Thanks for the kind words, and pleased to hear you enjoyed the song/video.

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