'deus irae' ('god of wrath') characterizes a mystical sensory journey into the depths of a post apocalyptic world, inspired by philip k. dick & roger zelazny's science fiction novel of the same title. across an imaginary nightmarish landscape as described in this novel, flint glass and collapsar join their force to create evocative, cinematic music which is suitable for discrete listening at home, and which might be also perfectly fit as a score to a yet unwritten video game. dark synth tones are deployed with an innate sense of dramatic, leading the listener through widescreen narratives of terrifying scope. dystopian futuristic soundscapes and elaborated rhythmic textures meet cataclysmic drones, epic melodic themes and arcane voice samples.
this ficticious journey, separated in two parts, lasts for more than fourty minutes and is perfected by alternative aural 'script variations' by spherical disrupted, hologram_, sylvgheist maëlström, ah camasotz and iszoloscope. be invited to join a parallel world of suspense, mystery, and faith.