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I created this demo in 2,013. The sound of this album was supposed to be the usual "amnaeon" sound, but blanketed with the industrial/SFX essence of the original Wolfpit Drive, and some punk influences.
1. Aphotic Currents 13
3. The After'ahk
4. Lake Dolmite
5. The Roof
6. King Bladth'heirtra
7. Aphotic Currents 14
9. The Spawn
10. Artorn, The Fisherman
11. Krayle of Narthois
14. Aphotic Currents 15
This demo was the sequel to Aorta Borealis IV. Because I ended up scrapping the project, this is now the fourth and final part of The Mourn.
It starts off where the song, "Return To The Arc" leaves off. Reflaugh leaves Arilayah and Kar'tahn to warn the proamate city of "Ik'theves" about a war that is coming from the kirth. He crashes his ship into a cave where there is a giant, mysterious crystal. From there, the story follows the same line as the original "Emulsion" demo.
The differences between this and the original are that Reflaugh falls through some ice, and is rescued by the roof. He meets King Bladth'heirtra, and does not have the heart to kill him, so instead he gives them a message about The After'ahk.
Bladth'heirtra helps him get his ship free and Reflaugh steals a giant crystal. Little does he know, that crystal has The Maker's daughter inside it. Reflaugh flies to seek shelter, and accidentally brings the war with him, only to escape with The Maker's daughter to teach The Maker a lesson, and then the story ends on a wicked sick cliffhanger.
Fun fact: I wrote "The After'ahk" while I was pooping.
Fun fact: I intentionally made a really long guitar solo in Arrow to piss off people who did not like guitar solos.
Fun fact: In the summer of 2,015, I was transferring files to my mom's external hard-drive, and the power went out. I lost the project files for Aphotic Currents 13, Lake Dolmite, Mort'mydrea, and The Spawn. When Hungry Lights remakes those songs, they will be from scratch.
All songs written, recorded, mixed and mastered by Justin Bonitz.
Album art by Justin Bonitz.
Never compare your chapter 1 to somebody else's chapter 20.