The shores on either side were precipitous and rugged beyond all description, looking like fiery lava steams which had been arrested by the sea, and cooled into gloomy, overhanging cliffs. The lava rock was of a deep dull slate colour, which at a distance looked black; and the blackness which thus succeeded into the whiteness of the snow behind us seemed like the funeral pall of nature.
– James De Melville, A Strange Manuscript In a Copper Cylinder

Nadja – Only Shallow (MBV cover)
(When I see The Sun Always Shines On TV, 2009)

Jesu – Walk On Water
(Jesu, 2005)

Isis – Stone to Wake A Serpent
(Wavering Radiant, 2010)

A Place to Bury Strangers – Ego Death
(Exploding Head, 2009)

Pyramids – This House Is Like Any Other World
(Pyramids, 2008)

Ancestors – Mother Animal
(Of Sound Mind, 2009)

Earth – Omen and Portents II: The Carrion Crow
(The Bees Made Honey In the Skull of the Lion, 2008)

Mogwai – Like Herod
(Young Team, 1997)

Mount Eerie – The Hidden Stone
(Wind Poem, 2010)


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