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“The Passing of Time” is the long-awaited second album of Northern English ambient industrial act Grimbergen, following the 2007 Steinklang Industries release, “A Lonely Place”. A soundtrack to seven years of frustration and disappointment, isolation and rejection, misery and despair, this is a beautifully despondent hour of bass guitar drones, ritualistic percussion and atmospheric synths. Mastered by Swedish dark ambient expert Peter Andersson, of Raison d’Etre fame and ending with a powerful remix by German experimentalists Mandelbrot, this is certainly deserving of a wider audience. A lot of time has passed since work began on this album but it may well have been worth the wait. Grimbergen is not dead!
1. Time 6:37
2. Filthy Sewers 7:38
3. Five Weeks To Go 7:37
4. The Unattainable Object 7:14
5. Let Out A Deep Sigh 6:48
6. Which Way Now? 7:58
7. Distance 10:37
8. Hunting (Slowly) 3:16
9. Unable To Escape (Mandelbrot remix) 5:30
Genre: Dark Ambient, Soundtrack, Classical
Like: Dawn & Dust Entwined , Raison d'etre, Horologium, In the Nursery