Lycia is a band that even Peter Steele of Type O Negative envied. With an unmatched, never imitated style of ambient textures, Lycia created mood masterpieces that still stand the test of time. Formed in 1988, Lycia has released ten studio albums including the classic Cold (1996). Their last album is A Line That Connects, issued in 2015.
A Day in Stark Corner is a sonic gem. Frighteningly real, defining of soul, and a barometer of the depths of mood, this album with its ten altering compositions spares no quarter when exploring the listener. The house of A Day In Stark Corner has no comfortable guest rooms. It requires bravery to venture into. But once you’re in you might find yourself a lifelong dweller by choice. The music is adventurous, chilling, and eternal.
A Day In Stark Corner is now back in print featuring a new remaster of the ambient classic. Originally released on Projekt Records, this album will once again be available to purchase. But be swift as there are only 500 copies being produced. And Lycia albums tend to sell out. Even better, this edition of A Day In Stark Corner is being expanded by the inclusion of a bonus track, an outtake from the A Day In Stark Corner sessions (“Dark Hidden Spaces”). Orders are being taken now and are expected to be released within the month of May via Projekt Records.
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