Wednesday, October 8, 2014


Here's a post only Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander would appreciate.

The Healer

I don't know why but I've always kind of had a thing for Erykah Badu. I think she's super hot. On top of that, this track is awesome. Can't stop listening to it. Damn, these beats are tight!

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The Curve That To An Angle Turn'd

Won't Lie. This track is awesome. I wore my ears sore listening to maudlin of the Well. God bless this Toby Driver type. Much of my informal musical education is owed to this album.

Friday, October 3, 2014

Behold, Abigail In All Her Cuteness

This cat is seriously photogenic....


“Mankind is fatally ill with a terrible disease named lack of soul. Salvation is now only possible through escaping alone. Common efforts are fruitless. It’s too late.” Hermit #1

“School, work, family – once in this cycle, you are a prisoner of your own position. You should be pragmatic and strong, or become an outcast or a lunatic. How to remain yourself in the midst of this?” Hermit #2

Escape is a photographic series by Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko. Traveling through Russia and Ukraine Danila sought out hermits living in self-imposed exile, far away from any city or village. In regards to the question of whether these people are mentally ill or simply outcasts of society, we will never know, but for them, living alone in forests and caves is their path to finding redemption. Like monks, theirs is a lonely but liberating existence.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Halls of Sky Available from Oxide Tones

Well, it wouldn't be a Tunturia album release if there wasn't some snag. (Complications surrounding our record releases seems to be our modus operandi). However, despite the mild set back I am happy to announce that our third full-length, Halls of Sky, is finally available! You can purchase a digipak CD (€10) or get a digital download (€0 or more) from Oxide Tones.

This record features drums by James Lehner of Tristeza and some guest vocals by Bryan W. Bray of Gates, Cetacea, Demonic Possessor.

Special thanks to Adam Homfray, Kristopher Paterson, Alex Kotyk and Phil Akirov for all their contributions and help making this thing possible, as well as to all the fans that keep listening!