Quote from Label: "Trepaneringsritualen’s long out of print debut release: Deathward, To The Womb will finally see a proper reissue on CD, and limited edition 12” vinyl. An invocation not so much of BABALON Herself, but of the tormented elemental of Frater T.O.P.A.N., and his fervent attempts to usher in the Æon of Horus.
Appended to the six original songs is a specially commissioned 12 minutes and 57 seconds long ritual work entitled "I Remember When I Was God" (included as download for the vinyl edition), and attributed to Teeraal Räum Pheynix. BABALON was summoned at Winter Solstice 2015 under the sign of Uruz, with assistance from Alone In The Hollow Garden, A.I.L oo Arktau Eos, Michael Idehall, KzR of Bölzer, Nÿland ii of Hadewych, and Æther. To destroy and to give life. We declare this ritual concluded and successful.
Quote from label: "This product is a common work of Swedish and Lithuanian industrial music scene. Two well-known artists of industrial / ambient scene decided to collaborated and recorded into this vinyl three pieces each. On the A side one can find Sweden’s TREPANERINGSRITUALEN which composed impressive dark ambient / death industrial tracks. "Culled from the same sessions as Åkallan Mímir, Trepaneringsritualen’s side of this split features a prolonged death chant in three movements. Sombre, slow-moving and ritulistic in approach, this working fits in stylistically somewhere between the previously mentioned Åkallan: Mímir and Deathward, To The Womb. ”They are different from some other releases from this project’s mastermind Thomas, as here you won’t find any metal rock touch. On the B side – Lithuanian post-mortem act BODY CARGO, which, as it is usual to this project, plays dirty and brutal lo-fi about cannibal cults of Papua New Guinea."