Advaita Approved I Occult Ritual

Advaita Audio appreciates a wide range of musical genres and would like to share some of our favorite releases with like-minded listeners. We will publish this Advaita Approved list in chapters, each having releases with similar characteristics… take what you like, discard the rest.

Zero Kama: The Secret Eye Of L.A.Y.L.A.H.

advaita_audio-laylahb100x100The Secret Eye Of L.A.Y.L.A.H., dedicated to Laylah, Oz, and Pan, is the exemplification of occult ritual music. Allegedly, Zero Kama handmade ALL the instruments for this album exclusively from human skulls & bones. Regardless of the accuracy of this claim, the timbre captured in this recording is unparalleled and exudes a communion with unearthly realms.

1984 Cassette (Nekrophile Rekords)
1988 Vinyl (Permis De Construire)
1991 CD (Permis De Construire)

Ain Soph: Ars Regia

advaita_audio-ars_regiab100x100Another release from Nekrophile Rekords, how could we not? Overall, Ain Soph’s style varies from ambient-industrial, to neo-folk, and beyond. Ars Regia is one of their earlier works, from the mid 80s, and is one of my all-time favorite releases. This recording aurally bleeds like a black mass ritual in full procession. If dark ritual ambient is your thing, this offering is an absolute must-have.

1986 Cassette (Nekrophile Rekords)
1992 CD (Nekrophile Rekords)

Sleep Chamber: Sexmagick Ritual

advaita_audio-sexmagick_ritualb100x100Needing no introduction, Sleep Chamber is truly a revolutionary force and Sexmagick Ritual is an absolute classic of occult, ritual, ambient-industrial tracks. Cast your circle before you listen, as this release pushes the boundaries of horrific audio with contemptuous assaults of demonic conjurations.
1987 Cassette (Inner-X-Musick)
1987 Vinyl (Trinity Records)
1991 CD (FünfUndVierzig)