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Damian Valles - The Waves That Destroy mp3 album
Performer: Damian Valles
Title: The Waves That Destroy
Style: Drone, Ambient
Year 2011
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 454
MP3 size: 1365 mb
FLAC size: 1809 mb
WMA size: 1572 mb
Other formats: MIDI XM AA ADX RA MP4 MPC

Damian Valles - The Waves That Destroy mp3 album

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The first track off of Damian Valles' 2010 album "Bow Echoes", released on Resting Bell. Licensed CC BY-NC-ND ., used with kind permission.


The six tracks that comprise this release delve further into darker territory and cold, harsh environments. A continuation on the theme of desolation, erosion and annihilation. Got it. + add. album.

Kasei Valles is a giant system of canyons in Mare Acidalium and Lunae Palus quadrangles on Mars, located at 2. ° north latitude and 6. ° west longitude. It is 1,580 km long and was named for the word for "Mars" in Japanese. Kasei Valles is one of the largest outflow channels on Mars. This huge system is 300 miles wide in some places. In contrast, Earth's Grand Canyon is only 18 miles wide. It is one of the longest continuous outflow channels on Mars.

Those familiar with Damian Valles‘ work might not have been expecting an album of dark ambience. Skeleton Taxa, for example, featured lovely piano and female vox. Imagine now that the piano keys have frozen, the singer has passed away, and Valles has retreated to a cold mountain lodge to mourn. He begins to dream of home. The firewood supply is dwindling. He wants to set out, but it may be too late. The winter storms have come, and the wolves are venturing near the door. The beautiful bleakness of Exposure reminds one of other icy artists, from Stilluppsteypa to Raison d’être.

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1 The Waves That Destroy 20:00


  • Mastered By – Jannick Schou
  • Photography [Uncredited] – Damian Valles


Limited edition of 100 copies attached to a numbered postcard.