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CinderVOMIT – The Beast Within

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

CinderVOMIT – The Beast Within
01 - Is This A Dream? (171 BPM)
02 - Inside Out (188 BPM)
03 - Absence Of Light (190 BPM)
04 - Walks Through Walls (200 BPM)
05 - Nuclear Tuna (feat. EkimSKRID) (181-200 BPM)
06 - Whispers (184 BPM)
07 - The End (173 BPM)
08 - The Trinity Through Infinity (188 BPM)
09 - Mama Mimosa (194 BPM)
10 - In A World Of My Own (197 BPM)

CinderVOMIT (David Sheker) has finally slain The Beast Within and, with the help of JellyFish Frequency Recordings, is ready to deliver this treasure trove of weird-ass wizzy woos and whirly bombs galore. This leviathan of a release was thought to be lost due to data corruption but one lucky copy of this album turned up in the collection of none other than Goa Gil himself. Expect zany, atmospheric, out-of-this-world, peak-level psychedelic madness! All tracks written and produced by CinderVOMIT @ The Vomitorium and mastered by Vom Labs Inc., Atlanta, U.S.A., with artwork by Luuli.

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Released under a Creative Commons licence for noncommercial usage.


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  • Nymphomania says:

    Finally this album appears on ektoplazm! Incredible stuff, of course.

  • Cristiano says:

    True madness here…weird sounds, twisted structures….like it (…but not for all)…

  • FatKidWitAJetPak says:

    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.


  • Synthetic Forest says:

    excellent album!!!!

  • This is how we get into the fourth dimension :-)

  • Plasma Force says:

    Trippy and Full of yummy bass :P

    Well done Cinder

    and Thank You

  • pyc says:

    Yes this music is hard to understand for average listener, hence the reason why it’s 77% percent right now, but actually deserves at least 90%.

  • Suture says:

    Beautiful sounds. ^_____^

  • JFFR says:

    Proud to include the Surfrider Foundation to this wonderful release.

    Thanks for your support and consideration.

    Donation link: https://secure.surfrider.org/page/contribute/give-to-the-surfrider-foundation

    Next up on Ektoplazm from JFFR: VA Perfect Timing compiled by Enteogeno

  • noitnem says:

    Great release! It’s in high rotation at my place.

  • Krype Krawly Kustumb says:

    cinderVOMIT understands what it takes to not become boring.

  • davek says:

    I would say this is more audiophile album, people with shit speakers will not quite enjoy this, thats why it has low rating.

  • This has gone from “an absolute disappointment” to “one of the best psycore releases around”. It takes a while to truly get this album, can’t put my finger on why, but it simply did grow very slowly inside me. If possible, this might have even become better than his first one, which was in the most frequent playing for me back in the 2012 Autumn.

    Well done.

  • Xenodimensional says:

    A truly masterful slab of audio brainfrizz

  • xelli says:

    wow!! de lo mejor, me encanta

  • Submarine Viking says:

    It’s a shame this release is rated so poorly. It’s a wonderful, abstract, energetic trippy journey. Chapeau CinderVOMIT :)

  • The O says:

    this is some really high quality shit very very nice work CinderVOMIT :)

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