Nahadoth "Faces Of Winter Redux" Pro-tape
Spellbinding melancholic dungeon synth from the musical mind of Adam Matlock, a prolific New England-based veteran of the revival era, who has also previously joined under the Gondolin banner as Counqueror's Mourn (GON024). Working under a nebulous amount of pseudonyms since 2015, Nahadoth was the main project to receive admiration on the early scene thanks to the 'Faces Of Winter' album made public in early 2016. A haunting unpredictable album, which revels in both murky atmospheres and intimate neoclassical compositions. It has been available physically on a small DIY tape/CDr edition made by the artist, which included a printed shortstory to accompany the music, but has since then been living an unjustly quiet existence in the Matlock discography. On this reissue, the original album is presented on the A-side while the B-side features 9 tracks of which many are previously unreleased. 5 Nahadoth tracks from the same period as well as early cover versions of inspirations and contemporaries (Enya, Voormithadreth, Apothecarium and Erang). This pro-tape release also features the aforementioned shortstory on a mini-pamphlet fitting inside the case.
Released by Gondolin Records.