Case Listings: 15-9305 – Chaos Echœs


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Case Number 15-9305D | Case Name: Transient
Subject Identification: Code Name: Chaos Echœs | First Name(s): Kalevi, Ilmar, Stefan, Fabien | Last Name(s): Uibo, Uibo, Thanneur, Furter
Subject Location: Unknown


In 1845, a British Royal Navy discovery expedition under the command of Captain Sir John Franklin embarked on an attempt to locate the Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic. After weathering a winter on Beechey Island until 1846, the two expedition ships, H.M.S. Terror and H.M.S. Erebus became locked into the ice near King William Island. June 11, 1847 Captain Sir John Franklin perished under unknown circumstances. April 25, 1848, the remaining survivors from the expedition embarked south to locate Back River. The seamen never reached their destination. Despite numerous missions to locate the remnants of the expedition, no survivors were ever found, and only hints at the fate of the expedition were ever recovered. All 128 members of the discovery expedition were lost.

In 1912, Robert Falcon Scott led the British Antarctic Expedition in an attempt to reach the southern pole before any other nations. Based from H.M.S. Terra Nova and backed by the Royal Geographic Society, the expedition team was successful in reaching the southern pole, though it was soon discovered that they were preceded by 34 days by a Norwegian team under the command of Roald Amundsen. Despite successfully reaching the pole, the research team perished on their return. Some of the bodies were discovered 8 months later. All five members of the expedition team died, and official explanations remain suspect.

In 1959, a group of ten hikers under the leadership of Igor Dyatlov set out through the Ural Mountains near Sverdlovsk Oblast to reach Otorten. One member, Yuri Yefimovich Yudin was forced to turn back to Vizhai due to illness. The remaining team members pressed onward. On the evening of February 2nd, all nine expedition members perished under mysterious circumstances. Investigators discovered that the team members had cut the tents from the inside, many of them fleeing barefoot and barely clothed into the winter night. Two members were found with crushed skulls and ribs, though no signs of struggle were evident. The official ruling was that the members killed by an unknown compelling force. Notably, the tongues of several victims were missing when their bodies were discovered.


Subject Information: The four subjects collectively known as Chaos Echœs are French citizens of unknown age. Due to the highly volatile nature of the output of 15-9305, the four subjects have been under BZ&A observation since the inception of the group, but no interceding efforts have yet proven effective. Despite arresting all four members on multiple occasions, the 15-9305 cult persists, and new occurrences of 15-9305C continue to be observed. Per mandate 15-9305P, all BZ&A personnel assigned to case 15-9305 are to maintain a safe distance of 100 yards and report only occurrences of event 15-9305C.

Event 15-9305C appears to be a sporadic outpouring of unknown tongues occurring only in cold environments. The event seems to take place when a large group of people are exposed to 15-9305. The audio recordings seem to produce a spontaneous and exhilarating oral sensation only in the presence of multiple witnesses; researchers have been able to document the contents of all 15-9305 recordings when in isolation. Research indicates that the contents of 15-9305 are mantric in nature and seem to be some form of incantation. Audible motifs are repeated ritualistically in a sort of apocalyptic supplication. These dronings are accompanied by unexpected percussive instruments, alien fluting pipes, and amorphis textures before the repetitions are supplanted by cruel and hyper-aggressive constructs. All recordings maintain a dual nature beyond the limitations of human patience. Songs coalesce amidst groaning, seething atmospheres; hateful blasts of cleansing hellfire emerge from ecstatic trances with the clashing of tectonic rhythms. Song lengths defy convention, seemingly subjecting listeners to eons of torment and unfettered, pitiless rage before the rampaging instruments vanish into smoke and shadow. Agents have described this latest album as the sound of the primal, base elements spawning all life squalling and squirming onto the pitiless terrain of a dying mother rocking in her jubilant death throes of conception. All of the human instruments succumb to a calculated and ruthless disorder cunningly chained like Prometheus to the mortal, tangible soil. Linguistic studies have identified the unknown language on recordings as “Enochian”.

A number of 15-9305C events have been registered since 2012, though it  is theorized that earlier manifestations of 15-9305 stretch back to at least the dawn of recorded music, if not earlier. Every instance ends similarly: mass suicide. Bodies, when they are recovered, are typically found naked and locked in exchanges of passion or ang◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞

Mother Rahab cries in joy
As Watchers return to teach her children
Continental plates, submerged canyons
Resounding Mother’s cry
Teaching the newborns to sing with madness
Flesh death and knowledge the only
Deliverance from true death
Death in ice
A hell of isolation

◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞◌⃞ue to these circumstance, BZ&A officials recommend that all personnel maintain a safe distance from 15-9035 and contact BZ&A head if event 15-9035C is believed to be triggered.

Attachment 15-9035S: Audio Sample of Transient

You can’t trust everything Mendel says. -Z

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  • I love these posts so much, Dr. Dub. Infinite high fives.

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Same time.

      • Lilo’s Penis Tornado (KJU)

        Me three! He’s definitely got a unique and detailed style.

  • Edward/Breegrodamus™

    President Doctor this may be my favorite series of yours, and you have done some good ones!

    • Dagon

      This was my favorite entry of this series. Although vod might be my favorite project of the ones presented, this write up takes the cake.

      Also, the Dyatlov Pass incident is one of my favorite stories to get creeped out by.

      I’m liking Chaos Echoes.

      • The W.

        Chaos Echoes are weird, man. Real weird. The thing that blows my mind is how quickly they go from creepy atmosphere to just full-on hellish blast.

  • 6 hours till I sink into witcher 3……

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      I picked up MKX but I am still playing a fair amount of BB.

      • I picked up MKX but GTA5

        • hotline miami 2: wrong number

          • Hubert

            I’ve heard mixed things about that. I will be getting it eventually though because I loved HM 1.

          • there ain’t much room for improv in this one. i’d say it’s more of a puzzle game since you have to figure out more of a set path to finish each level. but still gud!

  • That ‘compelling force’ story is one of my favorites

  • These are going to be published as a collection of short stories one day, aren’t they?

  • The Beargod

    Finally, I’ve been coming back to this all the time. I can’t quite make u my mind about it but I think we have a good thing going on here.

    • The W.

      I keep coming back to it, as though I’m compelled by something. It’s one of my favorite releases this year, though it’s probably the least accessible.

      • The Beargod

        The great thing about it being so hard is: it has to be played throughout the year, no chance to forget it.

  • Tyree

    That artwork looks to be in a very similar style to Ethan Lee McCarthy’s.

  • Hubert

    This is fucking great Dubs. Really digging those chanted vocals.

  • Advent of my Genesis sounds like a fucked up circus. Very cool stuff.

    • Lacertilian

      I’m half way through and the vocals are twisted, I’m sitting in the dark, breathing quietly in fear.

  • The W.

    Thanks for the feedback, dudes. Those three stories at the beginning are all true, too.

    • IIRC, the guy trying to go to the South Pole like slept with his window open every night as a kid and this was like his life long dream. Then he lost the race and died

      • The W.

        Yah, I read he was long considered a tragic hero until recently when his decisions came under more scrutiny.

        • What kind of decisions was he making?

          • The W.

            Some have said his planning was haphazard.

          • That seems apparent, considering they all died

          • The W.

            I can’t find more solid details atm, haha.

          • fb message them to me later if you remember/think about it and feel like looking it up

          • The W.

            Looks like one of the mistakes was missing a meeting with dog sled teams.

    • ChuggaChuggaDeedleyDoo

      Of course they are true. The lost cities of the Great Old Ones still lie underneath the ice, so it’s really no surprise that you might be ingested by a Shoggoth if you venture too close to the South Pole.

      • The W.

        Tekeli-li, my man.

    • Eggecelent <3

  • zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    listen to “TRANSIENT”-CHAOS ECHOES—-in the op—while watching these 3 vids-
    all 4 at once–full vol



  • Stockhausen

    Your BZ&A series is getting better and better. I can’t listen on Bandcamp while at work, but I’m looking forward to getting naked and mass suiciding tonight.

    Side note: I went to the arctic exploration museum while in Norway and learned all about Roald Amundsen. First guy to reach the South Pole, first to be recognized without dispute to reach the North Pole, and first to successfully navigate the Northwest Passage. Certified, Grade-A hoss.

    • The W.

      It’s amazing how many times the British screwed up arctic expeditions.

      • Stockhausen

        And the Norwegians were like “Yeah, it’s that way, let’s go that way.”

      • Stanley

        They were quite good at sea warfare (just ask Napoleon) and sending cons to antipodean locations though.

        Great article, W! Stan’s two thumbs are pointing towards the sky.

        • The W.

          Thanks, Stanley!

      • Lilo’s Penis Tornado (KJU)

        *cough Shackleford cough*

      • Lacertilian

        It’s amazing how many times the British screwed up arctic expeditions.

  • JW(E)G

    Paragraph #1 reminded me of:

    I can’t think of any good literary references based on the other two that are worth sharing. Dan Simmons makes up for it, though. That’s a good one (though not even his best novel).

    That (first) tune at the end starts out sounding exactly like what I’d expect to be weaved into the soundtrack for a film adaptation of The Terror (or possibly The Abominable, his later Everest-themed historical-fiction-horror). When it turns into an atmospheric Gojira-meets-Slomatics chuggy drone I can definitely feel my sanity being (strangely gently) carried away…

  • Shrimp in a Pizza Box

    This is some really good stuff Dubya, if only I knew about this for that atmosphere riff ov the week. Writeup was absolutely killer too, you should write a book.

    • The W.

      Thanks, Skrimp! Karhu and I have been sitting on this release for a while, but we didn’t mention it to anyone because I needed to finish this post.

      • Shrimp in a Pizza Box

        I usually always get bored at doom but these guys managed to actually make me listen to an entire song, over halfway the 2nd song on the album right now. The writeup also probably makes this sound a lot better, you really did a good job on this one.

  • Scrimm


    • The W.


  • old_man_doom

    I’m in the process of writing a research project on Antarctic Fiction and the Supernatural. This, along with The Great Old Ones, is perfect musical accompaniment. Tekeli-Li, W.

  • Lacertilian

    “The seaman never reached their destination”
    Can’t resist..

  • Major Zim

    So does no one else on this site know about The SCP Foundation? There’s a whole huge website of exactly this stuff. Luckily I like spoopy true stories and articles in this format. 94/100

    • The W.

      We’ve actually covered SCP once before 😉