Darkitecht outlines plans for ritual sacrifice within a vacuum of abstracted sounds, the product of a fictitious interview with Diamanda Galas as a cyborg.
Darkitecht is the ominous foray into the negative space of experimental electronic by Epitonic's own Scott Bilby (ex-More
The Trema and Starometska). "Exor" is like viewing time lapse photography of an angel's murder, an avalanche of banshee wailing floating weightlessly over erratic and primal percussive underpinnings. Like a soundtrack to a celestial horror film, Darkitecht bludgeons, tweaks, and ravages the digital signal to yield an abattoir of former euphony.