The second release by Abominations of Yondo is available at last, on CDR and as a free download.
That Remote and Awful Twilight has among its influences the penultimate chapter of ‘The Time Machine’ by H.G. Wells. However, the listener is of course free to associate other scenarios, memories or febrile imaginings with the assembled sounds.
The moment of ‘Escape Velocity’ owes a stylistic debt to the work of the master synthesist and producer Isao Tomita, to whom the track is dedicated. The album as a whole is dedicated to all people who feel obliged to space-time.
Abominations of Yondo is a collaboration between Cousin Silas (releases on numerous netlabels including Earthrid) and Kevin Busby (of Carya Amara, Audio Space Research etc.). The first album, Abominations of Yondo, was released in 2007. We’re confident that anyone who enjoyed that album will excuse the wait once they have heard That Remote and Awful Twilight…