21:55 - Erik M. Ah I see. Well, I'm not familiar with Seirom, but maybe I need to check it out.
21:53 - Apothecary and he said he just needed a more positive release from the COA and GTT songwriting, which takes a toll on him. Understandably so
21:50 - Apothecary Seirom is comparatively a walk in the park compared to his other projects, really warm and uplifting, actually. So I asked him where that difference of styles comes into play
21:45 - Erik M. Ah, good to hear, even though I'm totally not a fan of his work (I'm familiar with some of it). Btw Che, have you seen my latest (to many, boring) list? [link]
21:23 - Apothecary Briefly, after his Seirom performance. He's really nice, you would not expect someone who makes that kind of music to look that normal. We discussed the various inspirations behind his projects
21:20 - Erik M. So did you speak to Mories, Che? I saw your FB photo with him, haha.
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
Wijlen Wij was founded in 2002 by Kostas Panagiotou (Pantheist), Stijn van Cauter (Until Death Overtakes Me) and Lawrence Van Haecke (Solicide) as a side diversion from their main bands/projects with the sole purpose of creating the most bleak and desolate landscapes their minds were capable of. KV (In Somnis) joined in 2003 and in early 2004 Wijlen Wij started recording their opus of darkness at the Templa Libitina Studio in Erembodegem. It took 2 years of intermittent work between the members' main activities. After the recording and mixing were completed, the 6 tracks were mastered at Priory Studios in Birmingham with Greg Chandler (Esoteric). Aesthetic Death Records from the UK released the Wijlen Wij self-titled album in June 2007. The artwork is created by Stephen Burrell.