Thought lost and subsequently forgotten, a complete album by AIH & AIL ofARKTAU EOS and JKV of ZOÄT-AON was recently rediscovered.
This unknown chapter in the evolution ofthe classic Finnish ritual sound originates from sessions held in May 2005, when Arktau Eos was still unnamed, beginning work on
their seminal opus ‘Mirrorion’ and Zoät-Aon had just released the equally influential ‘Star Autopsy’ CD.
The album retains the original title of the sessions: ‘Ikuisuus näkyy luiden läpi’, Finnish for ‘Eternity Shines Through the Bones’, and for purposes ofthis release the group is named simply ARKTAU AON.
‘Ikuisuus näkyy luiden läpi’ is enthusiastic, youthfully vigorous and decidedly ominous ritual music.
Instead of songs, it is divided into different ‘movements’ or phases: it resembles a field
recording ofsome obscure ceremony from a far-offcorner ofthe world.
Boasting a raw but good, clear sound, ‘INLL’ remains unaltered save for the mastering done in 2013 at Katajan Kaiku studio.
Includes two hand-finished photo prints (selected randomly from a set of 32 prints), an insert and silk-screen printed cardboard covers.
Movement I 3:25
Movement II 1:06
Movement III 3:15
Movement IV 1:42
Movement V 1:31
Movement VI 1:00
Movement VII 3:21
Movement VIII 2:12
Movement IX 4:14
Movement X 1:42
Movement XI 1:31
Movement XII 2:09
Movement XIII 4:32
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