And to the comments about exploring deep space because your fed up with humanity... well i'd just love to take a starship and ride it around in deep space, exploring the unknown, though it would be helpful if mankind wasn't so greedy or selfish.
Wow, the space ambient/atmospheric Trist from Germany is amazing. I was listening to 'hin' when near the end i fell asleep into some kind of awesome trance.. i woke up when the next track started.. crazy.. the Tiefenrausch album is absolutely haunting! Awesome space/dark ambient stuff! I love this kind of stuff. I did check a few of the Czech Trist tracks and that is pretty good as well.. though DSBM isn't a huge favorite of mine. I prefer the raw, ambient atmospheric black metal stuff.
@ ontzwart: Nonsense. Willenskraft might represent or evoke an inward journey for Tristan and some listeners, and it might be intended that way, but each and every listener has the freedom to experience the album the way he or she chooses to. The nature of the concept of an album is not necessarily similar to, or in sync with, the nature of the experience that it evokes for any given listener.
@ontzwart: Yes, you are right in a sense. However, "exploring space" can also mean exploring the deep unknown, which can also be the self. An inward journey can be anything imagineable.
Being fedup with the world today can also force introspection, just like it did to me.
"resembles the feeling of wanting to explore the deep space after being fed up with the real world of today." Nonsense. Willenskraft is a journey inward, not outward. Do not judge an artist on one "magnum opus".