The Men Of Leng

by Psyclopean

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ALTRUSIAN GRACE MEDIA Presents:
Psyclopean is the cinematic dark ambient/atmospheric music project fronted by Matt Schmitz (Sleestak, Altrusian Grace Media) and produces instrumental interpretations of the literary works of H.P. Lovecraft and his peers. "The Men Of Leng" is a recent privately commissioned Psyclopean piece, inspired by Lovecraft's Dream Cycle saga, and an immersive, bleak interpretation of the satyr-like beings that inhabit the cold wastes of the Plateau of Leng.

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"They leaped as though they had hooves instead of feet, and seemed to wear a sort of wig or headpiece with small horns. Of other clothing they had none, but most of them were quite furry. Behind they had dwarfish tails, and when they glanced upward he saw the excessive width of their mouths. Then he knew what they were, and that they did not wear any wigs or headpieces after all. For the cryptic folk of Leng were of one race with the uncomfortable merchants of the black galleys that traded rubies at Dylath-Leen." ~ H.P. Lovecraft , The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath

lyrics

"They leaped as though they had hooves instead of feet, and seemed to wear a sort of wig or headpiece with small horns. Of other clothing they had none, but most of them were quite furry. Behind they had dwarfish tails, and when they glanced upward he saw the excessive width of their mouths. Then he knew what they were, and that they did not wear any wigs or headpieces after all. For the cryptic folk of Leng were of one race with the uncomfortable merchants of the black galleys that traded rubies at Dylath-Leen." ~ H.P. Lovecraft , The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath

credits

released July 6, 2018
Composed and recorded by Matt Schmitz at House Of The Rising Sun Studio, Hartford, WI.

Mastered by Matt Schmitz.

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