en stillhet som döden translates into english as a stillness like death.

all of our material is available for free under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Lauter Ton - niemand fickt jemand in Brand

Lauter Ton - niemand fickt jemand in Brand 
1. brennbare Menschen für brennbare Städte MP3 @ 2
.4 MB      
2. Brennen im Bildnis
MP3 @ 3.1 MB
3. Lagerfeuer außer Kontrolle
MP3 @ 3.5 MB
4. das Rauschen von neun Millionen Kerzen
MP3 @ 19.9 MB
5. die laute Geräusche von einem Feuergefecht
MP3 @ 2.4 MB
6. einfachen blauen Flammen
MP3 @ 4.1 MB
7. Katastrophe des Feuers
MP3 @ 14.1 MB
8. niemand fickt jemand in Brand MP3 @ 14 MB

 niemand fickt jemand in Brand is the only release by artist Lauter Ton, a side project of Alexander M. Koch. These tracks were begun in 2002 and left dormant for eight years. When found, they were put through the production process and finished to create the 27 minute 50 second e.p. available here. This is a mix of static noise with dark ambient undertones and harsh noise released on the en stillhet som döden netlabel.

Thursday, December 16, 2010


we are very excited to announce the addition of BGUDNA to our roster.
BGUDNA is Björgvin Guðnason from Iceland. He creates ambient soundscapes, occasionally using percussion to amplify the listening experience. He has self-released two albums available on his website and is currently working on new audio material, which will hopefully be released soon on en stillhet som döden.
please check back regularly for updates and more information regarding his music and upcoming release here.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Aois-Dubh - Tablet 4

 Aois-Dubh Tablet 4 
.The skies roared with thunder and the earth heaved  54.2 MB @ 320 kbps 
2. Then came darkness and a stillness like death 169.9 MB @ 320 kbps 
technically our first release, although being posted here second, Tablet 4 by Aois-Dubh is a 3 hour 48 minute and 56 second album intended to be released on 4 separate discs. however, for best experience it should be listened to on a computer or digital music playing device to prevent overly long time lapses between tracks, and to evoke the original intentions of the artist. The music is based on the feelings, emotions, and thoughts evoked by Tablet four of the great Epic of Gilgamesh, which tells the story of the journey to the cedar forest. On each day of the six-day journey, Gilgamesh prays to Shamash; in response to these prayers, Shamash sends Gilgamesh oracular dreams during the night. The first is not preserved. In the second, Gilgamesh dreams that he wrestles a great bull that splits the ground with his breath. Enkidu interprets the dream for Gilgamesh: the dream means that Shamash, the bull, will protect Gilgamesh. In the third, Gilgamesh dreams:

The skies roared with thunder and the earth heaved,
Then came darkness and a stillness like death.
Lightning smashed the ground and fires blazed out;
Death flooded from the skies.
When the heat died and the fires went out,
The plains had turned to ash.

this last is the inspiration for this release, and for the soundscapes, ambience, noise, and aural exploration within.
you may right click and save-as to download these files from their archived location.