Steve Von Till (Neurosis) has announced a new instrumental version of his album “No Wilderness Deep Enough.” This version of the effort is titled “A Deep Voiceless Wilderness“ and it will be available on April 30. A new spoken word release featuring poems from Von Till’s “Harvestman: 23 Untitled Poems” book will also be available on the same day.
Von Till said the following about the instrumental album:
“This is how I originally heard this piece of music. Without the voice as an anchor or earthbound narrative, these pieces have a broader wingspan. They become something else entirely and unfold in a more expansive way. The depth of the synths, juxtaposed with the strings and French horn, have space to develop and allow the listener to imagine their own story.”
He also added the following about the spoken word release:
“Being a constant sound-seeker, I thought it would be more interesting to have some textures and treatments to break up the intimate voice recordings. The background sounds used on some of the tracks were pieces related to ‘No Wilderness Deep Enough‘ that were either not used or repurposed to interweave further connections between my artistic output at this time of my life.”
[via The PRP]