quinta-feira, 14 de janeiro de 2016

{III} LAShTAL: Thoum Aesh Neith (1986)

Having a special interest in the defunct Nekrophilie Rekords, run by Michael DeWitt (Zero Kama & Korpses Katatonik) from 1983 to 1990, here is another great edition of the same. LAShTAL was ittalian project active in the 1980s created by Lapo Lombardi and Andrea Da Costa with a help of another friend Maurizio Fasolo. They have released only one album, both name of the band and the record are related with the works of  Aleister Crowley and Thelema ("Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Love is the law, love under will.") ceremonial magic developed by him in the early 1900s, based on ancient Egyptian religion.
 The name of the album referes to "Liber Resh vel Helios", by Crowley, comprises four daily adorations to the Sun, to be performed at dawn, noon, sunset, and midnight. The general object is to focus the conscious mind on the center of our solar system. "Thoum Aesh Neith" is the sun salutation made at noon.
 Let's talk now about LAShTAL sound, in which I must highlight the track "There is no God but man" full of beauty, enhanced with female choruses that thicken its mysteriousness. However, due to some experimental reverie, understandable at the time it was created, which could be a perfect record of ritual inspiration, turns it sometimes something with a split personality, not being something derogatory, because I strongly recommend your hearing , I think that if the project had continued and followed the ritualistic line, we would have had many good surprises.

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