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Cellblock

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Cellblock
📅 ReleasedSeptember, 2003
🎙️ RecordedSweden
🏷️ LabelCold Meat Industry
🤑 ProducerSimon Heath
Atrium Carceri chronology
Cellblock
(2003)
Seishinbyouin
(2004)

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Cellblock is the first album by Swedish Dark ambient project Atrium Carceri. It was released on September, 2003 through Cold Meat Industry.

Description[edit]

Cellblock is Atrium Carceri's first album. Simon Heath spent 2 years at the start of the new millenium producing it. Released in 2003 it created massive ripples in the scene. A stark contrast from the monotonous 30-60 minute drone albums at the time. It featured short tracks and a story that would come to span 10+ albums and counting. Combining cinematic sound effects and industrial music it received a dedicated fan following.

Cellblock takes us through dark ambient filled with subtle details and unorthodox production techniques.

It's the first album in the series about what lies on the other side of the illusion of the AC mythos. We get an idea of what makes our reality crack. Trauma, Isolation, Fear, Rage, Depression. The dark rotting jail cells serve the perfect ingredients to catch a glimpse of the real world. The ancient metropolis we once called home.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Entrance"2:04
2."Black Lace"4:00
3."Machine Elves"4:17
4."Corridor"2:28
5."Blue Moon"3:16
6."Stir of Thoughts"3:19
7."Depth"3:41
8."Crusted Neon"4:11
9."Halls of Steam"4:57
10."Reborn"3:39
11."Red Stains"2:55
12."Inner Carceri"4:10

Personnel[edit]

  • Simon Heath

References[edit]

https://www.discogs.com/Atrium-Carceri-Cellblock/release/194226

Category:2003 albums

This is the exact same submission (only the contents were changed) as the one that's already present on the site! (the next album) I'm not sure what "reliable sources" are needed as the bandcamp page is as reliable as reliable gets.[edit]

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