Guilt of Man is part one in an improvised and intuitive exploration of Humanity Realizing Itself as we come to terms with the nature of our species on the Earth.
released October 27, 2015
Morher is an experimental artist whose pieces channel beyond the Last Veil of our age into the divine feminine, negative, void, or Yin aspect of our collective unconscious landscape.
The cover image pictured is one of 9 possible versions, all are re-workings of pre-existing covers.
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"Not that is was coming across as a vast enormous place, it felt prettily low-key and intimately safe. Once down with the sound, a delicious being appeared, leaning in with a voice that lighted up the atmosphere better than any candle could be able to do, one that echoed through the spaciousness and colourfully bounced off shadows from the walls like a holy blessed version of a smooth ping pong ball that hat been out on a mission. Many words flew out the deeper I went down, they easily got beamed into the subconscious mind while consciously doing its best to make us all feel at home, even in the most bizarrely surroundings."
"Lighter tones kick things off on the flip side for "Virgin Flesh Genocide" and the vocals have returned. This is somewhat more angelic now than it is haunted. The music feels more uplifting, as if we are being taken up to Heaven than it does feel like something is about to scare me in the dark. These twisted vocals bring about bursts of static. The windstorm feel brings us into some screeches and squeals which again are all sounds I find to be best experienced through cassette. Sharper sounds do come through as well, which make me feel like ghouls are trapped inside of technology."