"Orifice", the debut release by Ombra, is an obscure, abrasive trip for the senses, carefully designed for those seeking for sonic extremes. From the experimental sound explorations of musician Jeremiah Daniels, "Orifice" is a melting pot of tribal beats, low rumbling voids, shoegaze-inspired drones, harsh noise passages and feedback pools. This is an album to be heard as a whole experience, as an esoteric trance-like ritual for adventurous listeners.
UPDATE 2016–10–26: Updated artwork.
released November 19, 2014
"Orifice" by Ombra is a music trip designed by Jeremiah Daniels.
Executive-produced by Mars Cat.
Intro by NPR's Cass Herrington.
Recorded at Mother Brain Sound Infrastructure in Evansville, IN.
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