Eve is not a simply album, it is rather a subconscious experience, an atavistic expression that tends to destroy our deepest convictions, which are always limiting and promising.
Cleverly based on the mysterious Voynich manuscripts, the OMEGA with this monumental work manage to bring us into the world of shadows, where everything appears in its mystical essence, but at the matter of fact you just glimpse it ..
Written in the 14th century is considered the most mysterious book in the world, so today it is not possible to understand what this book really does.
Eve is absolutely a journey into that abyss, interspersed in hyperspace, the home of the great ancients and from there conceiving the strange sounds of the ancient dance of the universe.
Where other forms of life are conscious of themselves. The place where things are not what they seem, but everything is just mentioned and the mind can take other directions to get lost beyond the boundaries of the person.
OMEGA sound a mix of Atmospheric Black, Doom and Dark Ambient. The band's aim is to create an obsessive and oppressive atmosphere, a journey to bring the listener to a dark place away from reality, a visionary and annihilating dimension..
OMEGA was formed in 2012 by some members of already active bands (Hanging Garden, Nostalgie, Deadly Carnage, Ashes of Chaos). During the first four years of activity, the band decided to work on their music without any presence on the web and without exposing them to the public.
I've come back to this album to give it it's well-deserved due.
The interpositions are coherent and cold, it's all put together really nicely which adds to the effectiveness of it's depressing atmosphere, and to it's faculty-decimating power.
Throughout the album it often reminds me of the great Bathory, which is always a good thing.
What will you see? Daniel Brown
So calming and meditative, like falling into sweet melancholic sensory deprivation state. The album is like a lonely odd black lake with it's massive murky, super slow tides sucking you into it's transcendential multi-dimensional core. This is beautiful high-class art. 𝙅𝙤𝙚 𝙎𝙥𝙞𝙣𝙚𝙡𝙡
“Iris” is one of those albums that pulls out all the stops and when it isn’t blurring the lines of multiple genres, it’s setting down stalwart ramparts firmly within one or another. An album that plays out like The Heroes Journey- an arc of inner turmoil, exterior conflict, a test of mettle on all fronts as you make your way in the world toward your one true destiny and stand at the gates with an open heart and all of the world at your back. justanoldgod
Dark Dragons of the Cosmos originally lured me into the cosmic realms of what is otherwise known as Battle Dagorath. Distorted vocals from beyond distant stars mix with atmospheric keys and mostly razor sharp, sometimes melodic, guitar riffs, nestled into the cold monotony of a drum computer. Being already a really strong release itself, Dark Dragons should only prove to be a harbinger of the true greatness of future albums to come. Mohemian