Published Oct 25, 2013Zombi's Steve Moore gave us his Horror Business earlier this year, but up next for the synth wizard will be a solo album titled Pangaea Ultima.
The nine-song set will be Moore's first for Spectrum Spools, and it drops December 16 on double LP and CD. According to a press release, the song cycle ruminates on theories surrounding Pangaea Ultima, "the future super-continent that is suggested may form on earth in the next quarter-of-a-billion years." Apparently, through these songs, Moore "meditates upon the realization of this new land mass."
The 60-minute album is said to be full of "synthscapes which unfurl with equal amounts of delicacy and meticulous detail," with similar aural touchstones including Tangerine Dream's Phaedra and Michael Stearns's Planetary Unfolding.
Ahead of the album's due date, you can stream the set's ominous and subtly off-kilter "Deep Time." You can check it out down below, where you'll also find a tracklisting.
1. Endless Caverns
3. Deep Time
5. Pangaea Ultima
8. Endless Mountains