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duration: 65'28"

1. The Naked Fear Terminal
An Eerie Premonition 7'34"
Incantus Delirious 11'44"
A Potion Bubbles 2'36"
The Rising Terror 9'01"
Falling Portal Crash 9'58"
Final Destination 1'39"

2. In Caustis Perpetua 22'48"

Recorded 21 February 2001 at Tachyon Studio.
Mixed by Jim Tetlow 25 February 2001.
Digital transfer and additional mixing by Alan Freeman 8 May 2005.

Alan Freeman: synths, guitar, voice, loops, bowed objects.
Jim Tetlow: Sound Canvas, guitar, voice, loops, tapes, bowed objects.
Steve Freeman: synths, guitar, voice, loops, turntable, bowed objects.

The Naked Fear Terminal

The inspiration for the title "Nattmara" (incidentally meaning "Nightmare" in Swedish, and the title of an extraordinary Ralph Lundsten work) this is a work of both startling unnerving intensity and subtly surreal spookiness. It could be the soundtrack to very strange movie, or you could imagine your own whilst listening to it. The subtitles are merely clues to the mood.

In Caustis Perpetua

Unique for an Endgame work, this outing starts with a menacingly huge growing crescendo culminating within its first 2 minutes, followed by a writhing always changing tail-off for its final 20 minutes. Hence the title. This features lots of mangled groaning guitars, bowed metal, wood and plastic (CDs with contact-mics attached), and an overdose of Air-FX processing.

CD-R - released 6/2005.
Bandcamp download - released 18/9/2014.
Routenote distributed download - released 2/5/2019.

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