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siva six new remix album released: nyx

Leipzig-based “Horrorcore” Dark EBM-Gothic-Industrial act Siva Six has released a remix album of some of their best works. We’ve just started listening to it and can confirm its excellent and includes a great selection from some of their recent albums. Digital copies are available at the link below for USD $11.21:

<https://alfamatrix.bandcamp.com/album/nyx>

Z, the lead singer, has always had a sinister sounding voice that us hardcore dark gothic-EBM-industrial complex fans have loved. The style of singing he performs is hard on the vocal chords and artists burn out fast in the industry. Psyclon Nine is another great act, but Z manages to avoid the occasional “chipmunk” sound that the aggrotech band sometimes comes across with. Siva Six has moved through the whole arc of occult thought, from snippets of Aleister Crowley and very dark left hand path themes in its first two albums, to hardcore Templar-style odes to godhead and angels in their recent original release, Dawn of Days.

The album starts out with a mainstay of electro dance in Forever by Technolorgy, showcasing the great vocals Z has managed to cultivate. The remix of Superstition is done by UK up and comers Wolfchild and it is fantastic in the way it refreshes this kickass track and its heretical lyrics: “God is a superstition; God is a superdrug; a new God is all we need.” 

The album is a hefty 17 tracks long with no filler. There’s some big names here: Metroland, C-Lekktor and Christian Cambas, and then some completely fresh faces showcasing some serious talent. The Christian Cambas track is predictably good and the rest of the album is really solid and a good mix of hard and soft, a new trend on their albums since The Twin Moons in 2011. Jimmy Tott’s take on “Until Death Reunites Us” is very pretty and a great addition to the rare Gothic mournful love songs. All but one of the tracks are remixes off of the most recent standalone release, Dawn of Days. 

We hardly ever talk about new music in the occulture around here, because they’re so rare; this is one of the very few surviving occult bands in the world today and is well worth supporting. 

 

a theory of aeonic progression

Note: First let me explain that whenever I am talking about family relationships, elements, gods or any number of terms you may be familiar with that seem confusing, I am referring to them in the capacity of Mutational Alchemy which utilizes these stations to identify various strata of consciousness. Also keep in mind there are multiple sets of elements which stand alone but interact with one another in varying capacities – the four elements can expand into nine elements easily via the square and the nine-chamber Lo Shu which is what I will be covering extensively in this article for example.

Them nine sweet words “I am a god of War and of Vengeance” strike terror into the hearts of the mundane. Into the heart of the old aeon, The Black Brotherhood, the element-of-Earth grunts. The “Thelemic” apologists.  Certainty, not faith – the tome contains elements of a genuine transmission from the Court of Ra. An understanding of the nature of received transmissions will ensure that a reader will not underestimate nor engage in an insufficient analysis of Liber al Vel Legis. Sometimes, when a God with business here tells us who and what they are going to do, he or she means exactly that. 
      This is especially true of Ra Hoor Khut: a being not known for compromise or camouflage. He has real, certain, timely power and he isn’t afraid to use it. His position as General is completely uncontested wherever he goes. The powers of Air manifest are martial, sinister, intelligent and one step ahead of everyone else. When wielded by someone as pissed off and capable as Ra, you can expect to have a bad time opposing him. [Continue Reading]

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