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The Honey Sacrifice

The Honey Sacrifice

The Honey Sacrifice


The honey sacrifice was developed as a soundtrack to a film which is yet to be realized. The 13 tracks accredited to the album “Nights in Columbus” reveal the underlying tension between an ever promising future and the stark reality of the present in a fictitious urban zone of Columbus Ohio. The interplay of the songs represent the struggle, the desolation, hopes realized and forgotten; laid before a solemn group of participants. The actors in the film Read more on Last.fm
The honey sacrifice was developed as a soundtrack to a film which is yet to be realized. The 13 tracks accredited to the album “Nights in Columbus” reveal the underlying tension between an ever promising future and the stark reality of the present in a fictitious urban zone of Columbus Ohio. The interplay of the songs represent the struggle, the desolation, hopes realized and forgotten; laid before a solemn group of participants. The actors in the film, as varied as the musicians performing, find themselves culled together by a postmodern assemblage of technology, communication, and addiction.

The various relations of the musicians/actors chronicle the human élan and it’s creative outpouring through self effacing methods and practices. The Honey Sacrifice asks to remain an album closer to a novel, then a proper atmospheric soundtrack. The name refers to a chapter of Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None, an 1883 work by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. The name’s relevance simply states the oppositional forces of things and situations desirable and the sacrifices made to achieve them.

Captured digitally in 96 kHz, 24 bit resolution, production aspects were never compromised. Painstaking efforts have been taken to capture all the nuances of the individual performances throughout the soundtrack. Final production done in Weimar Germany in a spooky coal burning studio with Martin Hirsch behind the desk. www.honeysacrifice.com Read more on Last.fm.

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