|Ambient Black Magic by Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement, 2017, dark ambient|
|With excitement for the imminently opening World of Warcraft Classic stress test on my mind (haven't gotten into the regular beta yet), I saw the artist's name and had to click on Ambient Black Magic. Its Boomkat reviewer said it best:
[...] a kind of 'Fear Dub'- as the label call [sic] it - which is essentially the perfect encapsulation of the deep sense of paranoia contained within.
I was planning to play a dwarf on the beta, but the dwarf starting zone is shared with gnomes, meaning if I played human or night elf (all peoples of the Alliance), competition for quest objectives would be halved. Night elf was what I went with.
Ambient Black Magic was my companion for hours of fighting the predators skulking in the shadows of Teldrassil's children, growing strong enough to leave the clearings I knew and fight for my people in the ones I did not.
I'm still going Horde when the game comes out, but I'll listen to this when I pillage Ashenvale.
If you like this album, try: anything in the Ion Series by Takashi Kokubo
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