Album:  	Blacker
Artist:  	Radio Massacre International
Year:  	        2007
Genre / Style:  Electronic / New Age / Berlin-School 

This release from 2007 offers 58 minutes of spacey music.
It has always been RMIÆs fashion to release an auxiliary CD for each "official" release, offering material that compliments the main album. "Blacker" is the companion to "Rain Falls in Grey."

Here, the progrock sensibilities are present, but more immersed in a EM style that renders each tune into a liquid excursion into soothing psychedelic tuneage. The instrumentation is the same (minus horns and violin), but the consequent songs display a dreamier, flowing sound.
The guitar remains tantamount, delivering a bevy of tastily searing riffs and euphoric glissando undulations. Fierce outbursts become roiling clouds that ooze through the music like glittering serpents.
The bass adopts a more prominent presence here, bringing the rumble to the forefront instead of lurking within the depths of the mix. The keyboards build glamorous passages that creep upon you before you even notice that the tuneage has slid from primal harmonics into melodies of solid charisma. Electronics are constantly providing an undercurrent of wondrous embellishment.
Categorical drums appear less frequently on this record. The music relies more on cyclic pulsations for a rhythmic presence, injecting softer punctuation into the heavenly flow.
These compositions exhibit a predilection for evolving stunning melodies from stretches of anticipatory abstraction.

The results are beatific and rapturous. The songs are in a state of constant flux, moving from one notion to the next, seamlessly bridging together different melodies into a sonic quilt that will keep you agape with enchantment. - Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity ;

Number of Tracks: 4
Total Duration:   58:02
Total Size:       133 MBs (including scans, m3u, and txt)
Parity Archive:   Yes, 7%
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01) Dubly
02) This Is Scenery?
03) No Bones
04) Enormodome
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