An update and apology!:
Due to economical reasons I sadly realized that I coudln't afford putting out a physical CDR version, as promised, of this release.
At least not currently, though it is still the plan to do so sometime in the future.
As for the digital release through various online stores and services, such as iTunes, Amazon and Spotify, the release has been postponed as well, though it should finally be available through said stores and services within about a week from now.
Artist: Jacob Læby
Style tags: Dark psychedelic and experimental drone/ambient/noise
Media type: Digital/Physical CDR (Bandcamp for now and from mid November at latest (though I count on 1st of November) through various online digital music stores and services, such as iTunes, Amazon, Spotify e.t.c, as well as in physical CDR form that will be sold from the project's Bandcamp page)
Label: Self released
Official url: https://jacoblaeby.b...com/album/d-r-2
1. Den Hvide Død (The White Death) 07:26
2. Return to Center 03:07
3. It All Falls Apart 03:16
4. RBG (an examination in chromesthesia) 04:02
5. Blue Dwarf's Hill 21:50
6. Dør 08:00
7. Labyrinth 08:26
8. The Golden Dawn 04:51
9. Electric Cave 05:20
10. Canary 08:30
A bit about the album:
A 75 minute long journey through strange mesmerizing and enchanting drone, ambient and noise soundscapes awaits the listener on this album, which tittle Dør means both Door and Dies in Danish.
Available for free download and listening via Bandcamp, and will be available through various online digital music stores and services, such as iTunes, Amazon and Spotify e.t.c mid November at latest (though I count on 1st of November) where it also will become available in physical CDR form that will be sold from the project's Bandcamp page.
Why I found it necessary to revisit and re-release the album and what consequences that have:
This is a revisited re-released version of an album I released just about a year ago, the new version miss 4 of the original tracks, has two new tracks added and as a consequence of that had the track list completely rearranged and the overall playtime reduced from close to 1 hour and 45 minutes to just about 75 minutes.
It happened because I finally realized that over 1½ hour play length is too much for an album, especially one containing tracks that somewhat challenges the listener like it's the case here.
Also I suddenly realized after listening to the album again in it's old form for the first time in a long while that a few of the tracks were flawed to some extend and didn't really function properly dragging the overall listening experience of the album down.
The old version of the album will continue to be available on Bandcamp for free download and listening, in case there are people who has grown fond of some of the tracks that have been scrapped on the new version, but the old version that is currently still available though the various online digital music stores and services, such as iTunes, Amazon, Spotify e.t.c, will be replaced with the new one as soon as it is out.