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CinderVOMIT Benefit Compilation

Free Music | Darkpsy, Psycore | May 30, 2013 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

CinderVOMIT Benefit Compilation
01 - Shunya - Parvati (120 BPM)
02 - Ocelot - WoolyMammoth (150 BPM)
03 - Arabali - Ask Yo Mama (147 BPM)
04 - Mind Distortion System - Annunaki (150 BPM)
05 - Ghreg On Earth - Mycoplasmic Neuro Interface (160 BPM)
06 - Rawar - The Meaning Of... (156 BPM)
07 - Muladhara & Urulator - Tarja Preta (180 BPM)
08 - Mettanoia - The Brotherhood Of Time (138 BPM)
09 - Sectio Aurea - Oh Fuck No Way! (196 BPM)
10 - C.O.A.T.T.T.T.A.T.T.B.S. - You're A Freak (184 BPM)
11 - SooSpicey - Pissed On And Pissed Off (200 BPM)
12 - Martyrs - Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet (190 BPM)
13 - C.O.A.T.T.T.T.A.T.T.B.S. - Ashes (197 BPM)
14 - Sanathana - The Unconscious (190 BPM)
15 - Mergel - Up In Smoke Party In The Car (180 BPM)
16 - Mentaloop - A Hole In The Wall (Extraterrestial Remix) (175 BPM)
17 - Psicodelicat & Antagon - Earth Moving (168 BPM)
18 - Fatal Discord - Another Sky (167 BPM)
19 - Parandroid - Ausgang (170 BPM)
20 - Krono Psy - Pull The Moon (147 BPM)
21 - Cosmogonía - The Love Tribe (180 BPM)
22 - Nap - The Agony Of Our Decency (176 BPM)
23 - Cosmogonía - Swing (165 BPM)
24 - Secret Society - Stormon Mormon (170 BPM)
25 - Kasatka - Anima Mia (156 BPM)
26 - Black Out - Space Cat (174 BPM)
27 - Master Pain - Wirikuta (138 BPM)
28 - Zamura - Chupacabras (162 BPM)
29 - Maer - Change Da Orbis (154 BPM)
30 - CinderVOMIT - Lysergic Bike Day Freeble (178 BPM)
31 - Strydr Zuvuya Pro - Fast Mo'Fvcka (194 BPM)
32 - Luuli - This Is Hhow Medicine Works (212 BPM)
33 - Infect Insect - Scolopendra (163 BPM)

Egnogra of Akashik Record organized the CinderVOMIT Benefit Compilation to raise funds for David Sheker AKA Cinder after a series of unfortunate medical mishaps left him with massive bills to pay. Together the world trance community united in support of one of its own. Direct donations to cindablock@gmail.com via Paypal are still welcome and you can also contribute by purchasing the album on Bandcamp. This compilation was mastered by Cosmogonía.

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  • Finally! I am glad this is here. I remember seeing this over on Psymania. This really does have a lot of awesome songs on it. Really epic and crazy!

  • shayan says:

    Cindervomit is a best psycore for ever


  • CinderVOMIT says:

    Huge thanks to everyone involved. The donations and energy helped my family so much. <3

  • Axis Mundi says:

    Nice artwork! :D

  • cannabachus says:

    Full Support on this release. Killer Music.

  • FatKidWitAJetPak says:

    I wrote a review for CinderVOMITS earlier album, “The Beast Within”. To further understand why such a huge community backs his work up, check out his free release from Jellyfish Frequenct Recordings! Such an incredible collective of psytrance enthusiasts love his work. I really glad this album came to its full frutition! You guys are all awesome.


    Here is my review on The Beast Within. I would review this benefit collection, but the incredible amount of music in here has overwhelmed me! Instead, here are my opinions on CinderVOMIT since that’s what this label is supporting:

    CinderVOMIT – The Beast Within

    A celestial tower climbs far into space, spiraling towards another dimension full of distant, shadowy figures that shatter the souls of the living. An evil rests at the very top, waiting and craving for something to discover its horrifying lair. As travelers approach the end of the structure, interested and curious about the alluring tower, a strange figure begins to boast its bellowing laugh. The ground beneath their feet shakes, and an unknown entity rises from hell to engulf the reality they so desperately attempt to live in. Slime covers their bodies and pulls them downwards into oblivion, sinking them into nothingness. They cry and scream for help, but high in the caverns of the castle, no soul exists to hear their pleas. The eyes of the beholder melts their brains as the acid tears them apart. They make one last gasp, and go insane as the world around them implodes from the beast within.

    I find myself knees deep in complete terror. Ever curious, I listen carefully as I am carried through a universe of melting shadows, untold legends, and exotic creatures from the deepest depths of unknown worlds. Surrounded by pure, thick, and juicy soundscapes, the mystifying and intense stragness of this experience pulls me into confusion, chaos, and bewilderment. CinderVOMIT maniacally twists knobs, rapidly tips and taps on keys, and organizes the thoughts from his journeys into nothing short from a spectacular masterpiece. Truly, the road opened is an innovative, original, and simply incredible opportunity for any psychedelic connoisseur.

    I approached this album with an open mind, surrounded by nothing but a dimly lit candle in the corner of my room. I put on my headphones, closed my eyes, and a wave of color raced across my mind. It is rare for an album to put me into such a true form of trance. It is scary, hideous, and almost makes me scream as if I am waking up from a nightmare only to realize it was all a dream. In fact, I jumped at one moment and realized I was asleep. It took me somewhere in my mind I have never been before.

    The psychedelic spectrum is only one good thing about this incredible album. In fact, I can’t find anything wrong with it. There are many, many good things. A series of well thought out, mastered, heavy bass lines carry a terrorcore theme against slowly evolving pads and steady synths. It is all quite beautiful. I never knew what was going to pop up from beneath the intricate layers of glorious creations embedded into vibrations. Every track features a different BPM, varying from 150 – 200. Wonderfully varied, I yearn for more at every second. I never want the journey to end. Through gorgeously crafted, mysterious soundscapes, this album blows light out of the world and lets in the darkness. If you are brave enough to experience it for yourself, you will be taken on a journey into an organic wilderness covered in mist where you will be alone, shaking, and turning your head in all directions in paranoia that some strange beast is out to get you and rip you to pieces. Being greeted by this atrocity is entirely up to you. Your going to have to run through the violent world and explore the isolated landscape to come across discoveries never before understood, until now. Maybe you too will come across the tower and climb high into the night until the seemingly endless hallways come to an end.

    It is quite possibly one of the best albums I have ever listened to. As terrifying as It may seem, the album itself is extremely enjoyable. I love the beats. I love the voices. I love the progression. I love the sounds. I love the vibes. I love every single thing about this album. I can not get enough of the beats used here. The Trinity Through Infinity, for example, has some of the greatest sounds I have ever heard. There are different perspectives, sure, but all in all the music is so tasty, engulfing, and addicting that you will love it. It is certainly a more advance album, offering more than the casual listener looks for. Go into it thinking outside the box. Let it take your reality and twist it up. Challenge your boundaries and bend the rules a bit. It will be well worth it. Only then will you truly understand what The Beast Within is.

  • Evan says:

    Thanks for the review of The Beast Within. This guy has a lot of talent, I admit it. I like the Datavore stuff pretty well, and I’ve got some individual tracks by him on comps that I think are pretty good. So I’m curious about this Album. Just wondering though, couldn’t he be harmonically adventurous, stretch boundaries, push envelopes, have cool sounds and great beats, all the good stuff, without all the negative backstory? Isn’t there enough darkness, fear and evil in the world already without dwelling on it and making more of it in music? So while I’m curious to check it out, I think I’ll pass. There’s plenty of boundary stretching stuff with cool sounds out there without the negative vibe. I’ll keep an eye out for future stuff by him though in case he moves into a more positive wavelength.

  • soospicey says:

    not sure what “negative back-story” you are referring to… in my opinion this is beautiful music having very little if any negative implications

  • I think his music can certainly produce negative vibes for some listeners, as any dark psytrance can, but it is really all about the perspective of the listener. With any art, there will always be multiple perspectives. Personally, I find the vibes of CinderVOMIT to be widely varied. All in all, it takes a talented musician to create any vibes at all.

  • Evan says:

    soospicey wrote:
    “not sure what “negative back-story” you are referring to… in my opinion this is beautiful
    music having very little if any negative implications”
    “As travelers approach the end of the structure, interested and curious about the
    alluring tower, a strange figure begins to boast its bellowing laugh. The ground
    beneath their feet shakes, and an unknown entity rises from hell to engulf the reality
    they so desperately attempt to live in. Slime covers their bodies and pulls them
    downwards into oblivion, sinking them into nothingness. They cry and scream for help,
    but high in the caverns of the castle, no soul exists to hear their pleas. The eyes
    of the beholder melts their brains as the acid tears them apart. They make one last
    gasp, and go insane as the world around them implodes from the beast within.”
    That is from the review. You’re not sure what negative backstory is in that?

  • ^ This excerpt from the review is not negative, it’s adventurous and totally opinionated from my personal images. I find nightmarish scenes to be highly entertaining, which is why I sometimes imagine those sorts of things when listening to any Darkpsy / Psycore. I am a dungeon master for dungeons and dragons and love to make really horrifying dungeons with creepy crawly baddies all over the place. I am also a large fan of survival horror games like Silent Hill, Clock Tower, and Resident Evil. After growing up with these games, I can’t help but be a bit inspired by them in my writings.

    Don’t worry, your not going to actually feel like your eyes are melting from acid… lmao.

  • sagar says:

    killer album

  • CinderVOMIT says:

    Perspectively, I’m digging the feedback. One creative writers dream is anothers nightmare. I write creatively, musically, and the person who reviewed my album, has a very talented writing style, and the imagery is wicked.

    Thanks to every one of you :)

  • Fuck Compilation, pleasure to participate and help David!

  • luuli says:


  • Finally out in Ektoplazm!’
    Thank you all the great artists for donating their previous time
    And energy in music to help a dear friend in need!
    Thanks to you guys cinder has been benefited tremendously and is doing much
    Better in recovering!! That’s the power we have of community
    That’s psychedelic family!’
    It’s been a great journey with lots of support from the world community
    Thank you to cosmogonia for mastering and all artists involved!!
    Please don’t forget to make a donation to cinder any amount is welcomed!!
    We are all ONE!

    Akashik Record

  • slates says:

    fantastic…absolutely brilliant…

  • I find it optimal to fully resonate with the frequencies, and then using my will/intentions to call my higher selves in to the space that I am experiencing/creating. Inviting them to bring oceans of love/light/golden rainbow flames/ascension codes into my being, as they are hyper-threaded into the Earth/Human DNA and instantly transporting us into 5th dimensional reality.

  • Synthetic Forest says:

    excellent VA!!!and full respect&blessings to all for this great action to help David!!the labels,the artists!!so full support allways from my side!(and i love the tunez of CinderVOMIT):)!BoOoM

  • MIndWarrior says:

    Cindervomit ….ur soundzz no words…and lovely to some many crazy names together…Psicodelicat lovely to see u back…

  • Trypticon says:

    I also have been waiting for this. So honored to have had a chance to play with some of the Artists on this release.

  • Candace Bridges says:

    I like this sound, it is good for drawing on the darkness and pelting it with light and inundating it with allness to revive the healing self hidden in the shadows. ~in us all, above us all, through us all~One

  • Evan says:

    Thanks Nick for clearing that up for me. I bought a copy of The Beast Within, and I really like it. I liked the title Trinity of Infinity so much that I decided to check it out first and it’s fabulous. Lots of other good stuff on here as well. I’m glad to say that I don’t see what you see when you play it, but to each his own. -)
    As to this monster compilation: Many of my favorite people are on it. It’s always great to get something new from Sanathana, the Rawar is a killer track, was very pleasantly surprised to get a nice long track from Mettanoia, (looking forward to the next instalment in his series), and one of the major highlights for me is a 15 minute track from Zamura, really cool! Lots of other great stuff as well.

  • Evan says:

    That’s Trinity Through Infinity. I need a memory implant. :d

  • Candace Bridges says:

    Ah! VOMIT & Laodicea NICE ONE

  • Nymphomania says:

    So glad to finally hear it mastered!

    So many highlights..
    “Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet”
    love that name

  • Uruculator says:

    Thanks to be envolved.

  • FatKidWitAJetPak says:

    Thanks for your open minded perspectives Evan! I am very glad you decided to give the album a go. Yes, Trinity Truough Infinity is remarkable. Keep checking Ektoplazm, they are constantly bringing in new sound.

  • Trione says:

    Lots of good stuff here, but specifically I’ve been waiting for something new from Mettanoia for a while, and was not disappointed! Epic!


  • Hakoosh says:

    Big thanks to all involved!!!! =)

  • Trione says:

    Sanathana track has a couple minutes of silence at the end.

  • cyrus says:

    this link is broken . please fix. mp3.

  • cyrus says:

    Even the wav files are broken! was only able to unzip 6 tracks ! please update.

  • Evan is totally right for me!!!! I have to say this: some darkpsy that some people love to call “horror psy” has a total distorted message in its deepside. In the sense that creating music (I precise: psychedelic, lysergic music), giving tracks a name that’s about death, satan, 666, the evil….or using names like “vomit, baphomet” and others….is totally STUPID for psytrance!!!! It’s like the teenagers’ frenchcore music, filled with “fuck off”, “fuck you” or “you’re a bitch” samples inside!!! There’s some darkpsy that, musically, I really like…but I don’t listen to it because references to the evil. FIRST: an acid trip should have to be “tuned” into a POSITIVE WAVE journey, to reach the correct state of mind, filled with positive thoughts (it’s impossibile to reach that level with a music filled with horror samples and bad messages!). SECOND: horror music is SOOOO AND SOOOO STUPID, silly…superficial!!!! No one that’s a SERIOUS artist (intended in ALL music) makes music taking inspiration from that bullshit!!! Only black metal does it (and in fact….it’s music for teenagers, disturbed people, etc….but a man like MY FATHER wouldn’t ever listen music like that!). THIRD: for me darkpsy has to be intended into a different way: you have to feel the vibe, and use it to “EXPLORE THE MATRIX”…between blips, glitches and lysergic sounds……exploring the LIGT, to gradely fall down into darkness, exploring night and day….darkpsy has to be an intense trip, not a “horror-like shit!!!”. For example: for me Baphomet Engine IS TOTALLY SHIT…..and Vasily (Psykovsky) is MAGIC….he’s the best, because he really makes you feel in the outer space!

  • ehehehehehehehehe :D Maer’s track is soooo crazy !!!!!!

  • emad says:

    very very fine mr killer ekto

  • urucubaca says:

    Track 07 – LMO & URUCULATOR – Tarja Preta – Original and correct name for this track. And have no BPM, it changes a lot along the way, by the way!

    Produced by Mar Schiavon, Guilherme Trajano & Thim. Mastered by PsySeeD @ Thim Studios Campinas SP.


    Thanks for releasing this awesome song!

  • krono psy says:

    Hi 1st of all thx for let m b part of this and 2nd
    And last krono_psy_-_pull the moon right bpm is 160bpm i think this version here ended up a bit messy if anyone wants a gd version of it get in touch ;)

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