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Discography

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[tracklist]
1. Days of Alien Limbs [4:02]
2. Factory Church [2:06]
3. Pigs' Hallway [1:24]
4. Medium [1:17]
5. Nails [0:46]
6. Going Home [0:43]
7. Threshold [1:30]
8. Angel Approaching [2:47]
9. Walking Under Pylons [2:24]
10. Year of The Pig (part I) [0:57]
11. Inner Machine [0:50]
12. Year of  Pig (part II) [1:21]
13. Gestalt [1:31]
14. In Bed, Screaming [1:45]
15. Fuglenes Sang [2:27]
16. Sarcophagus [2:18]
12. Manifesting [1:01]

length [29:08]
release date April 13 2019
cech records

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DAYS OF AL is Kim Richard Adler Mejdahl’s most comprehensive film work to date accompanied by a soundtrack of dark ambient electronic music. This gothic farming-horror film portrays some fateful autumn days in the life of a nameless young man. In tandem with the protagonist examining his repressed past in a dysfunctional small-time farming family, a picture gradually appears of how his experience of the world crumbles leaving him dissociated from himself, his body, and all surroundings. The story of the young man in DAYS OF AL is interwoven with a bigger narrative about Denmark’s large-scale pork industry, making the meat industry into an emblem of a world and a life falling apart. The soundtrack underscores the film with a looming ambience that sometimes jump out of the shadows and stabs the listener with raging beats. Unintelligible voices sound like they are casting spells and merge with the cries of pigs in deep pain and mystical bird calls. This is the sound of nature as evil.

Production credits: Music, mix and mastering by Kim Richard Adler Mejdahl / Vocals on album by Signe Kjær Andersen, Sif Hedegård, Otto Nayberg Palligsgaard, and Kim Richard Adler Mejdahl / Photo on album cover by Line Finderup Jensen / Album artwork Kim Richard Adler Mejdahl.