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Sabbath Assembly - Quaternity (2014)
The intention of Sabbath Assembly is intention is to provide moving and transformational music for the current generation.
The band began in 2009 as interpreters of the hymns of the Process Church of the Final Judgment, a religious movement based in the UK and US that came and went in the 60′s and 70Â?s period of spiritual awakening. The stance of the band, and its interpretation of Process teaching, is that neither good or evil can be fully repressed; therefore embracing both sides in balance brings the most satisfaction and peace. Considering this, we each have a personal responsibility to attend to both our light and shadow sides, our passion and our imagination. Conformity, or Â?the way of the Grey,Â? has no place in Processean individuation of the Self.
The three Processean deities, Jehovah, Satan, and Lucifer, represent important aspects of ourselves to be celebrated Â? duty, rebelliousness, and an unbridled joy for life. The Christ archetype allows us to see these as whole rather than in conflict, unfolding Â?a path of vision and reality, sometimes painful, and always intense.Â? Â?The Gods and Their People 1.13
We hope you find this music and these ideas inspiring.
All teachings and prayers on this site are copyright The Process Church of the Final Judgment, 1967 & 1968.
So be itÂ?.Review
Quote:Sabbath Assembly, the devotional brainchild of percussionist Dave Â?XtianÂ? Nuss based on the teachings of the controversial Process Church of the Final Judgment, is back with their third release Quaternity. Perhaps a record titled Quaternity ought to have been their fourth (rumor has it from a little bird that there IS a record the band recorded before Restored To One that may see the light of day at some point). Regardless, this is a beautiful and powerful release for the group. This is sacred folk music/metal that unites concepts of light and shadow into a concise worldview with an emphasis on being a well rounded person. Every Sabbath Assembly release has been simply stunning, but the newest record shifts styles and focuses on more acoustic based yet heavily layered compositions than the sort of retro sound of the previous two records. 12 string, cello, viola, acoustic bass, orchestra bells, gong, wind chime, timpani, and haunting vocals all make appearances in standout single Â?Jehovah on DeathÂ?, for example. Some of it almost sounds like less-obtuse Death In June meets early Genesis meets, I dunno, Fairport Convention.
Some of the material reminds me of the more folksy side of vocalist Jamie Myers previous group Hammers of Misfortune, but that is far too simple and easy a comparison. Many layered vocals, sparse percussion at times near obsessive attention to detail make this an unforgettable experience.
Â?Whatever their need to be master of the game shall be chaff in the wind beside my Universe,Â? sings Myers. Her voice is so intoxicating you almost believe she did make the world, as this record certainly takes you out of the mundane and into realms of pure inspiration.
Dealing with JungÂ?s idea of the sacred feminine or a suppressed cthonic nature of man being absent from the Trinity and a Â?fourfold nature of man and his relationship to the divineÂ?, the record tackles heady themes. still, not a note on this gem is subordinate to concept in a way that hampers the music if heard outside of context. This is just a great release. Special guest appearances, among others, from Kevin Hufnagel of Gorguts as well as stunning, low and crooning male vocals from Pinkish BlackÂ?s Daron Beck are icing on the cake at Satan, Lucifer, Jehovah and ChristÂ?s big party.Lucifer is again the light bearer, Satan the source of primal strength, Jehovah the vengeful destroyer, and Christ the master of death.
Many will undoubtedly be drawn to the first single Â?Jehovah on DeathÂ?, the delicate and soul moving, brain etching glory of Â?Â?The Burning Cross of ChristÂ? or the near twenty minute composition Â?The Four HorsemanÂ?. While these are undoubtedly major triumphs for the band, the track Â?LuciferÂ? stood out to me as nearly up there with the best material in Mark Lanegan or Nick CaveÂ?s repertoire. I feel that often in music today there is too much emotional compromise. Emotion is auto tuned and compressed or safe at best. When was the last time you heard a song as unhinged and vulnerable yet power-claiming as ToolÂ?s Â?Prison SexÂ? in the mainstream, for example? Sure, we have Lorde nowadays as a breath of fresh air in the zeitgeist, but thatÂ?s not enough. The world is too busy worrying about Simon CowellÂ?s new baby or if Alec Baldwin is racist/homophobic (heÂ?s not), while powers that be are meanwhile raping them dry and adjusting interest rates to fiddle with world economies as we stay indentured servants, if not outright slaves. Sabbath Assembly remind the ear, heart and mind that real craft, real music, real worship of the Universe AND the self as empowered living vessel is still out there. Embrace and walk through flames.
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