Babi Yar

The largest mass shooting perpetrated by the Einsatzgruppen took place on the 29th and 30th of September 1941 at Babi Yar, a ravine northwest of Kiev, a city in Ukraine that had fallen to the Germans on the 19th of September.

They were forced to strip, and then were herded down into the ravine. People were forced to lie down in rows on top of the bodies of other victims, they were shot in the back of the head or the neck by members of the execution squads.

The murders continued for two days, claiming a total of 33,771 victims. 

Released February 16, 2018.

Download from BandCamp.

Asylum Beyond

Asylum Beyond tells the story of the 1968 Fairhaven Murders committed by antique store owner Ernest Seminov and his subsequent incarceration in the infamous Ravenfield Asylum. Ernest Seminov killed his wife and two daughters in what police described as bizarre ritualistic killings. Their dismembered bodies had been rearranged to form what appeared to be crudely oblique symbols formed into a circle and connected by blood that he had drawn from his own slit wrists. Ernest Semenov was found slumped upright in the centre of his macabre creation by neighbours who claimed he was mumbling in a language they could not understand. 

Released November 28, 2017.

Download from BandCamp.

Fall The Night (EP) 

Fall The Night is an EP Inspired by Nathan Hassall's illustrated poetry chapbook, The Flesh and Mortar Prophecy. Nathan Hassall leads the way where few are willing to go, deep into the mind's Dark Sanctuary. All-knowing doctors, schizophrenic demons and apocalyptic visions are all part of the process within the confines of flesh. Once entered, there is no way to unlearn the awakened chimeras of the self.

Released November 14, 2016.

Download from BandCamp.

Nathan Hassall

You can purchase The Flesh and Mortar Prophecy from Amazon

Love Like Blood

Love Like Blood serves as a companion piece to Flowers for Bodysnatchers seminal Dark Ambient album Aokigahara. In this album we explore the haunted tale of despair of love lost, found and lost again. Our protagonists journey from the previous album is a shadowy narrative walking hand in hand with the fatal attraction that is Aokigahara.

The album revisits the lonely intricate piano movements, soundscapes and field recordings compiled while exploring the underworld that is Tokyo. Exploring a metropolis and an individual constantly in a state of decay and rebirth. As is Love Like Blood.

Released August 30, 2016.

Download from Cryo Chamber.


Aokigahara (青木ヶ原), known as the Suicide Forest is a 35-square-kilometre forest that lies at the northwest base of Mount Fuji in Japan. Aokigahara forest is dense, shutting out all but the natural sounds of the forest itself. The forest has an historic association with demons in Japanese mythology, and it is a notoriously common suicide site.

Flowers for Bodysnatchers explores the long journey to Aokigahara through soundscapes ripe with lonely pianos on textural backdrops. Spending countless hours field recording on the voyage between Tokyo to Aokigahara which creates the perfect atmospheric companion to the intricate instrumental approach. This is a beautiful dark ambient soundtrack culminating in the final choice between life and death.

Released November 3, 2015.

Download from Cryo Chamber. 


Solaris is an album based on the 1961 Polish philosophical science fiction novel by Stanisław Lem. The book centers upon the themes of the nature of human memory, experience and the ultimate inadequacy of communication between human and non-human species.

In probing and examining the oceanic surface of the planet Solaris from a hovering research station the human scientists are, in turn, being studied by the sentient planet itself, which probes for and examines the thoughts of the human beings who are analyzing it. Solaris has the ability to manifest their secret, guilty concerns in human form, for each scientist to personally confront.

Solaris is one of Lem’s philosophic explorations of man’s anthropomorphic limitations. First published in Warsaw in 1961.

Released April 30, 2014.

Download from BandCamp.


Automne explores the emotional impact of the fall of humanity and the effect it has on an individual. Personal, social and environment decay are ripe themes in this album. We trace the path of our protagonist through the fall and explore the delirium associated with no longer being able to tell one season from another. Where every day feels like the approaching winter.

Released March 1, 2013.

Cover art by Thymournia. 

Download from BandCamp. 

Using Format