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"The Terrible Old Man" is a short story by H. P. Lovecraft. It was written on January 28, 1920, and first published in the Tryout, an amateur press publication, in July 1921. The tale tells of the fate of three would-be robbers of an old man's house.
released July 11, 2016
Narrated by Ian Gordon for HorrorBabble
Music and production by Ian Gordon & Jennifer Gill
supported by 9 fans who also own “The Terrible Old Man (2016 Recording)”
One of the first dark ambient albums that I've found that has a hypnotic, beautiful and engaging rhythm. The entire album is a masterpiece, moving from an almost winter desert dream to dense madness and almost primal emptiness. Words don't do the album justice. Jeremy Borne
supported by 8 fans who also own “The Terrible Old Man (2016 Recording)”
Yog-Sothoth. The thought of something lurking beyond time and space, seeing and knowing everything and all in existence at any given time, is deeply unsettling and yet fascinating. This outermost, outerworldly feeling is being transported in a good way. Part 1 is good, but Part 2 indeed sounds like I would imagine The Lurker at the Threshold to feel, if he felt anything. An outerworldly, cosmic and desolate piece of Dark Ambient. David Fischer
supported by 7 fans who also own “The Terrible Old Man (2016 Recording)”
When encountered Shub-Niggurath at the end of Quake, I had no idea what the fiction of H.P. Lovecraft would someday mean to me. No musicians have ever captured that feeling the way the folks at Cryo Chamber have. Tru3Exist0r