Four years after the release of the highly acclaimed Aeon CD, Disintegration finds Australia's Terra Sancta in fine form, having delivered another sweeping, dark ambient epic. Expanding on the sounds explored on his previous releases, Disintegration pushes the levels of intensity to new heights, featuring four long and texturally turbulent emissions of formidable power and depth. With it's enormous washes of stormy drones and billowing, multi-layered atmospheres, these are tracks that grow and build to such a degree they seem to collapse and erode under their own weight, strewing particles into a vast horizon and creating a broad panorama of ever changing desert colored hues. A completely enveloping and engulfing release, this is dark ambient on a massive scale, something Terra Sancta seems to have a knack for creating and something few do so well. Jewel box with 6 panel booklet, designed by Vestigial. '... one of the most exciting new releases in the sphere of dark ambient I've heard this year.' Heathen Harvest. Here's what the press had to say about 2004's "Aeon" CD: "Dark ambient scarcely gets better than this..I don't think I've been this impressed by such an artist in years!" Aversionline 9/10 " a small masterpiece within the ambient genre that, although only 40+ minutes long, uses each and every one of those precious minutes to build up a crescendo of atmospheric set pieces. Terra Sancta are the best thing musically to come out of Australia for a long time". Aural Pressure.