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Random Enochian Word

Random Enochian Word

Random Enochian Word


Random Enochian Word's Mikseri.net site, http://www.mikseri.net/randomenochian Random Enochian Word is an experimental project by three individuals who go by their artistic personas of Naamiomies, Possunaamari and Tulhu. Their real identities are unknown, so is the real origin of their band, altough they claim to have recorded their first demo in the year 1987. The demo supposedly contained three songs, Enochian Call I, Enochian Call II and Enochian Call III. Read more on Last.fm
Random Enochian Word's Mikseri.net site, http://www.mikseri.net/randomenochian Random Enochian Word is an experimental project by three individuals who go by their artistic personas of Naamiomies, Possunaamari and Tulhu. Their real identities are unknown, so is the real origin of their band, altough they claim to have recorded their first demo in the year 1987. The demo supposedly contained three songs, Enochian Call I, Enochian Call II and Enochian Call III. The demo casette was found by Jan Pieter-Zorn, who managed to get the "band" together again and re-record their demo. The demo's first song is 26 minutes long and according to the band it will never be released in MP3 format, because the song contains high pitched sounds that cause pain to human ear and a normal MP3 file cannot playback this kind of sounds.

The other two songs - or Enochian calls - are more traditional, primitive black metal. The names Naamiomies and Possunaamari are Finnish and translate literally to Masked Man and The Pig Mask. Tulhu is likely a more Finnish version of the name Cthulhu, the most famous of writer H.P. Lovecraft's creations. Band claims that its name is not humorous, but a sort of mathematic formula deprived from John Dee's Enochian magic. The word "Random" stands for the unknown or the X factor. The band broke-up in the beginning of the year 2008 because of a religious schism.

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