Nhor Inks Deal With Prophecy Productions
Prophecy Productions has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with U.K. act Nhor:
"Since 2009, British music project Nhor creates its own unique art world that is characterized by a dream-like aura in all of its facets. This does not only pertain to the music ranging from doleful piano compositions to archaic Black Metal, but also to Nhor's own short stories – each of which was written in the context of their releases – as well as to the project's own imagery.
"After Prophecy introduced Nhor on the 'Whom The Moon A Nightsong Sings' compilation in 2010, it is our pleasure to announce the signing of a five-album contract with Nhor. The first fruits of this new collaboration will be the release of the new album 'Within The Darkness Between The Starlight' as well as a re-release of the project's early works that were published in very small print-runs."
Nhor has this to say on the signing of the contract: "Prophecy has supported me since the beginning. I am confident that together we will be able to realize the full spectrum of Nhor in ways that were previously out of my reach. Prophecy are a rarity in these times; devoted to releasing honest and poignant music, regardless of current biases. This coupled with their attention to the artistic release as a whole makes them timeless, and the perfect partner to aid in the growth of Nhor."
"I owe everything I have created to the universe," Nhor approaches the origins of his inspiration. "I owe it to the stars and the planets, to the Moon and the Earth, to the wind and the rain. To the forest and its creatures, everything I have is borrowed from them. My music is but a poor interpretation of their song, and my imagination is just a diluted replica of Mother Nature's."
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