Zilverhill / Latent-Active-Descent
Album: Latent-Active-Descent   Collection:General
Artist:Zilverhill   Added:Aug 2009
Label:(No Label Information)  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2010-04-25 Pull Date: 2010-06-27
Week Ending: Jun 27 May 2
Airplays: 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Oct 30, 2010: On The Warpath
3. Apr 27, 2010: Scram
2. Jun 22, 2010: the velvet futon

Album Review
Enzo Cappellini
Reviewed 2010-04-21
Zilverhill – Latent-Active-Descent
Reviwed by Enzo 4/20/10
Zilverhill results from the common efforts of Australian artist Schuster (Perth WA) & the British Present Day Buna. Both artists each have their own project, but now came back together for the 2nd album of Zilverhill. The album features 3 chapters, which are indicated in the title of this release. The "Latent" part is my personal favorite one. The "Active" part brings 3 quieter pieces although you don't exactly have to expect some kind of peaceful music here. The last part of the album entitled "Descent" brings a more pronounced dark ambient impression. Zilverhill remains pretty frightening in its composition. This kind of music would totally fit to thriller and/or horror-like films. Don’t listen to this alone especially tracks 2, 7, 9

1) It brings a kind of nebulous sound with spoken samplings and some kind of low tempo rhythms. 2) Zilverhill here launches a devilish piece of tormenting ambient music that will give you cold sweat. Screams of horror are like emerging from imaginary dungeons while anguishing soundscape structures and droning percussions accompany them. This track resonates the sound of torture. 3) Radio talk fx and minimal percussions, a progressive loud disturbance noise emerge in 3:00. 4) Droning sounds of suspense and anxiety feel. 5) Sci-fi horror sound like, feels like being at an alien lab witnessing human testing, creepy! 6) Soundscapes of a long train ride and hallucinations. 7) Dronning percussions in a obscure low creepy timeless haunting ambient sound. 8) A murdering has occurred in this track and the murder has cleaned the scene. 9) The sound seems to be emerging from an imaginary and haunted subway. The sharp and iron-like scratch sounds will give you goose pimples.!10) A real fascinating piece of obscure ambient stuff ending with anguished spoken vocals reminding me of the 80s project Last Few Days.

Track Listing
1. Cornerstone   6. Birdtrain
2. Unceasing   7. Cone
3. Sixteen Provinces   8. No Body No Murder
4. Erebus   9. The Eternal Day Is Done
5. Post Antrim   10. To Autumn