This is a new album from Prosektor, and a new portion of clinical dark ambient. As you can notice, this album continues the theme of the dark side of a human psychic, which was already seen in Prosektor's album 'Mortuus Spital'. The opening track 'Psychosis', slowly and carefully brings us into the black abyss of the author's fantasy. The known atmosphere of anxiety and overall tension envelope you, by curly, sullen coatings of sounds. 'Clinical Lycanthropy' with its sudden frightening splashes, describes the form of a delusion in which a person believes that he is a wolf, and maybe it also describes the possible flow of consciousness of such a man, with nervously appearing images, jerkings and aggression. 'Confabulatio' represents a clot of irregular fantasies, thoughts, creating a strange, unpredictable sounding. 'Deep-pression', the casuistry, based on the words 'depression', 'deep' and 'pression', reveals all of the possible applications of the mentioned notions - the morose, flying ambiences, projecting fear, may become a truthful embodiment of this hard psychic state. The further you get the harder the going - then comes 'Paranoia', with thin, piercing layers of drones, with some use of field recordings: you can hear some sounds of dripping water. The album is crowned by 'Schizoaffective Disorder', strongly differing from the previous track by its volume and mood - it is more colourful, the black tones are supplemented with new, still dark shades of some other colours. Prosektor chose the thorny path of exploring those regions of our inner worlds, which we are always afraid of - mental illnesses are concealed even in the depths of a completely optimistic human being, and this research turns out to be very informative and expressive: all this create an impression, that Prosektor is a Wanderer in the twilights of the Mind, and he is as if making a report from the Other Side. So, have some dark ambient therapy from Prosektor's album 'Mental Illness'.
Release note written by Kiril Platonkin