The Dark Dunes of Titan

by Odetosun

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total running time - 43:17 min

luke stuchly - vocals
gunther rehmer - drums, percussion
benny stuchly - electric and acoustic guitar, bass guitar, keyboards

additional appearance:
axel feld - solo guitar on 4

written, recorded and engineered during the months of januar 2014 to june 2015. mixed and mastered at odetosun´s moonolith studio

music, arrangment and lyrics by benny stuchly
artwork and illustration by thomas hoechstaedter
cover montage by thomas hoechstaedter and benny stuchly
band portraits and artwork photography by marvin hilpert, this album was inspired by the novel
"as on a darkling plain" by ben bova, 1972


released October 23, 2015


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Track Name: Machine Horizon
the black walls rise
in the wake of reverence
echoes of an imminent tide
sounds across plains of black grain

I see gates that are closing
a voice is calling from the haze
human soul enslaved
seal my bleeding shade
I have visions that are burning

I see the masters portrait cold and dire
his voice is heard far from the summits
I feel the waves of a storm grow on my skin
his icons are seen far at the summit
at the summit, at the summit

through the labyrinths of tides
frozen veins pervade the wastes
pale light unfolds from above
as splendor reside the horizon
shrouded by saturn´s veil
the path to my crest
red tears blur my sight
and burst into the mountain

wounded by the thorns of reverence
dethroned by the great perfection
dissolved through roots of redemption
shattered, broken and blinded

machine horizon

I look at the sky
the yellow drapery fades
saturn ascends
as the collapse unleash the storm

I gaze into the deep
as the tide is coming in
I inhale the sea
and the oceans turn to red
Track Name: The Dark Dunes of Titan
among the rising icons
coldness embrace my body
darkness floods my sense
as I look up to the edge
spirit descends on my head
as my tears freeze in the winds

at the edge of the ridge
i focus the darkness beneath
Prepare myself to let go
fall and smash to the ground

the demon watch from afar
the demon speaks in reign
buried beneath my feet
buried across a sea of dunes

awaken out of cryogenic sleep
through aeons of empty years
separated from flesh
my mind falls back apart
into reflections of endless grace

i drift away and disappear
look behind as the sirens call
the demon dissolves in dust
focus the deep and shift along

the dark dunes of titan

tons of sand, swallow my remains
take the step, towards the demons throne
mind dissolve, i glance at the black hole
streams of sand, shifting spirit away