Christian Prog Rock.
The book of psalms is like a really early version of a prog concept album, so being able to weave musical narratives in the same vein as many of the poetry books of the bible combined with experimental soundscapes has the potential to yield some truly incredible musical experiences.
For instance, one could denote the creation week as a building symphony derived from chaotic static, which then builds to a single triumphant tone.
Even though they got flak, this album was what inspired me the most:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLBI0UdAlcg&list=PLYgrrgaTC_2V6ef9vvyPpbWpDdKiA4jrv
and many Ideas/Inspiration I've been having. If I make an album look out for one called ghost-house, which would be around the general question of whether there is a reality beyond the physical world, or whether it is an allusion we construct to pacify our anxieties about death. Is there a life after this one, or is it the illusion of voices in the static fuzz?
Thoughts? Please no bulli