Thursday, April 1, 2010
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Luasa Raelon is one of the dark ambient / experimental projects of David Reed (click here for my previous post on Mr. Reed).
The latest Luasa Raelon CD release "Vampyr: Light Of The Beast" is available now. Reed describes it as a "40 minute long journey inspired by the art of Bocklin, Caspar David Friedrich, Fulci, and classic black and white horror movies."
I have personally listened to this album several times and I have to say it's quite excellent. Each new Luasa Raelon release is better than the previous, and this is no exception. "Vampyr" is subtle, well crafted dark ambient that recalls many a dark and stormy night. Colors of the Dark approved.
The beautiful album cover (above) was done by Michele Mattiuz.
Check out a sample song from this release at myspace.com/davidnathanreed
You can get the "Vampyr: Light Of The Beast" CD directly from David Reed for $10 postpaid North America / $12 postpaid world. Paypal is accepted, via lupine447 [at] hotmail [dot] com
This is a limited edition of 500 and comes with a free 11x17 poster with each direct order while supplies last.