Post Black Metal Bliss Illusion Release Another New Track [China]

Post black metal act Bliss-Illusion have revealed a new song, “離·極光淨天” (Leave·Abhassara​-​Deva), a ritualesque track, an emotional burst of musical extremes. Though the group’s music can be labeled as Post-Black Metal they also add elements of Depressive Rock all drawn from Buddhist traditions.

Ābhāsvara आभास्वर or Ābhassara’ आभस्सर (Tib: ‘od gsal) – The world of devas “possessing splendor”. The lifespan of the Ābhāsvara devas is 8 mahākalpas (others: 2 mahākalpas). Eight mahākalpas is the interval between destructions of the universe by water, which includes the Ābhāsvara worlds. The height of this world is 81,920 yojanas above the Earth.

The mental state of the devas of the Ābhāsvara आभास्वर worlds corresponds to the second dhyāna, and is characterized by delight (prīti) as well as joy (sukha); the Ābhāsvara devas are said to shout aloud in their joy, crying aho sukham! (“Oh joy!”). These devas have bodies that emit flashing rays of light like lightning. They are said to have similar bodies (to each other) but diverse perceptions.

The Ābhāsvara worlds form the upper limit to the destruction of the universe by fire at the end of a mahākalpa, that is, the column of fire does not rise high enough to reach them. After the destruction of the world, at the beginning of the vivartakalpa, the worlds are first populated by beings reborn from the Ābhāsvara worlds. is an underground Asian music news website created for the sole purpose of supporting our own world. We support all bands and genres HOWEVER we do not support nor have any sympathy for homophobic, racist, sexist rhetoric in lyrical content or band material. UNITE ASIA!