ZERO KAMA was the first artist I posted on the blog Ritualistic Nature (16-09-2008), which consequently is on my list of favorite projects, wich I highly recommend. I would say that is something that should be heard at least once in our lives, regardless of musical tastes of each one of us.
Zero Kama has long been a reference name to drop in ritual ambient circles. The project was founded in 1983 by musician Michael DeWitt, and at the time, contemporaries of Z.K. who were also engaged in the creation of post-industrial music with a heavy occult influence included the British groups Psychic TV, Current 93, Coil, and the italians Ain Soph. Unlike all these other bands, however, Z.K. manifestation on the material plane was brief and fleeting. The project ceased to exist in 1986, having released only one album "The Secret Eye Of L.A.Y.L.A.H.", which appeared on cassette on Michael Nekrophile Records label, as well as a handful of cassette compilation appearances. This obscurity has only added to Z.K. is cult reputation.
All instruments to be heard on this album were exclusively made from human bones and skulls by the hand of Z.K. They never have been used since the time of its recording, which took place at the Secret Temple of Laylah from 5th to 28th of May 1984 . Remixed at Psychonaut Studio Vienna in November 1987, and dedicated to the symbol of Laylah, meaning night and death, as well as to its numerical equivalent, Oz, a goat or unrestrained sexual force of creation, thus showing the identity of the basic two opposite forces in this generous universe of beauty and strength, in which the Lovers my find ecstasy in Pan.