Black Sun may refer to: Black Sun (1964 film), a film directed by Koreyoshi Kurahara. Black Sun (2005 film), a documentary film. Black Sun (2007 film), a film directed by Krzysztof Zanussi and starring Valeria Golino. Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre, a 1994 film. Black Sun", an episode of Space: 1999. Shadows over Balkan, also known as Black Sun, a TV series produced by Dragan Bjelogrlić. Black Sun (Abbey novel), a novel by Edward Abbey.
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Black Sun by Tyrannus, released 09 July 2017 1. Awaken 2. Morning 3. Hateful Taunt 4. Eternal Suffering 5. A Funeral 6. Graveyard Lurker 7. Black Sun pt. I 8. Horrid Specter 9. Blood Dawn Rises 10. The White Obelisk 11. Red Sky 12. II 13. Euphoric Death in a Sunny Field A new approach to dungeon noise (for me) and a new direction for Tyrannus This should be regarded as a demo. Anatomy of the Heads A sonic exploration of the prehistoric land of troglodytes and Gog-Magog. Kaptain Carbon Black Sun supposedly represents a new direction for the artist with a record of harsh noise that is moved by the plodding sounds of dungeon synth. This is no longer dungeon synth with noise floating as an atmosphere rather this is noise with a direction much like a rip in space and time that disrupts as it moves.
Surge Engine, Ripsaw. The Wrong Room Remixed. Blackout: Best of 2016. From the Shadows - EP. Black Sun Empire.
Bomani, Mr. Harris - Second Guessing 03:44. Bomani, Star The Millennial - The Goal 03:24. Bomani, Mr. Harris - Dawn 04:02. Bomani, Y not Tony - Grind 03:08. Harris - Window Pain 04:21.
Bio Black Sun Empire represent the finest in dark and techy dancefloor drum & bass. Their first album ‘Driving Insane’ was released in 2004 to critical acclaim and featured work with the collective talents of Concord Dawn and Stu from Cause 4 Concern alongside their own material. Deft, dynamic, devastating and deranged the album announced that the day of the Dutch was dawning. Supported by a mix CD, it showcased their sound in style and coincided with a highly successful world tour, taking in dates across the UK, Europe, USA and Australia. Motivated by the massive response they had received, the boys followed up with their second long-player, ‘Cruel and Unusual’, in 2005.
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- Bass – Steve Mac Logan
- Composed By – Jo Scott, Phil Walter
- Drums – Renee Loben
- Engineer – Lowrie Barker
- Percussion – Jack Sydney
- Producer – Wally Hamilton
- Synthesizer – Richard Cosmic Elson*, Steve Lasker