Metatron Omega’s ‘Sanctum’ album released on Cryo Chamber – experimental Delerium fans, check this one out!
The Serbia based act Metatron Omega returns with his second album on Cryo Chamber. You can expect dark gothic choirs, ritual drone and archaic atmospheres. In short an esoteric dark ambient album which should please fans of the more experimental side of Delerium, and related.
Next to a download release, the album also sees a release as a CD in a 6 panel full color digipak and you can order it now via Bandcamp or below. Note that the album features splendid artwork by Scorpio V & Simon Heath helped by a cover photo by Peter Van Der Velde.
Here are some comments from fans (and we weren’t wrong with the Delerium reference):
- StiffUpper: “Metatron Omega may be a young project, but this musician’s ability to evoke an atmosphere is up there with the most established artists in the genre.”
- televiper: “Head bowed in preparatory prayer for an anointment of esoteric dark ambient that shall propel me to the very limits of the Outer Dark. Favorite track: The Eastern Star.”
- stephane.p: “My second favorite dark release with Gregorian chants since the monumental Delerium ‘Spiritual Archives’. Excellent!”
Here’s a teaser for the album:
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