Six Days At The Bottom Of The Ocean (8:44)

Cover of The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place

From The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place and 12 other releases

This track is rumored to take its title from the K-141 Kursk nuclear cruise missile submarine which was lost with all hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on August 12, 2000. Speculation remains as to how long the crew remained alive while the sub rested on the ocean floor.


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  • ddddbbbb


    28 Nov 5:13pm Reply
  • cuIIy


    20 Nov 12:14pm Reply
  • pedromatts

    Essa música <3

    28 Apr 2:17pm Reply
  • DeepBlueMyst

    Still perfect

    20 Mar 10:59pm Reply
  • Pinktaste87

    perfect to sleep and dream

    6 Mar 5:22pm Reply
  • bayuendrabay

    love it!!

    10 Jan 6:00am Reply
  • errorserver403


    30 Dec 2013 Reply
  • JimmyBag

    oh wait, I already loved this track once. nevermind.

    17 Nov 2013 Reply
  • tributewg

    Looking for some new post-rock for your library? Maybe you'd like to try AUDIOCÆNEAT!

    3 Oct 2013 Reply
  • Archura

    The history of the title is sad, but the music is uplifting. Like touching heaven underwater.

    27 Jun 2013 Reply
  • efrainsfalling

    @well_well_well_ : Thanks for the insight. Makes this piece all that more amazing

    20 Mar 2013 Reply
  • Ezekiel22


    21 Feb 2013 Reply
  • lucapette

    I want to see this live!

    1 Nov 2012 Reply
  • well_well_well_

    @Goldfoot: yep, you're right. Russian submarine, K-141 Kursk came to rest on the sea floor of the Artic Ocean, 85 miles north of Severmorsk, Russia. A smaller explosion followed by a much larger explosion, both of which measured on the ricther scale across Europe, killed most of the 118 men aboard. Cold, dark and with most of his crew members dead, Dimitri Kolesnikov, one of the ranking officers alive, scratched out these final words: “It’s dark here to write, but I’ll try by feel. It seems like there are no chances, ten to twenty percent. Let’s hope that at least someone will read this. Here’s the list of personnel from the other sections, who are now in the ninth and will attempt to get out. Regards to everybody, no need to be desperate. Kolesnikov.”

    7 Oct 2012 Reply
  • abunono

    Arab on hyvin vieraanvaraisia ​​mies. Kun tapaat Saharan autiomaahan pojan, hän viihdyttää fantastinen. Yöllä, kun kuu paistaa, tähdet loistaa, ja hänen Fatima on kaukana, Youssuf tuntuu hyvin yksinäinen. Sitten hän makaa kuin hänen suosikki kameli. Johtopäätös: arabi on nöyrä ja rakastaa luontoa.

    21 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Goldfoot

    I heard this was inspired by a submarine that was actually stuck under the ocean for six days. Chilling to think of that while listening to this.

    8 May 2012 Reply
  • horatiojj

    I wanna live at the bottom of the ocean!!

    6 May 2012 Reply
  • animalsandmusic


    20 Apr 2012 Reply
  • uclay

    этот трек посвящен морякам, погибшим на подлодке "Курск" :(

    17 Feb 2012 Reply
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