"The neo-classical idiom (not the same neo-classical with the Malmsteen breed) has many faces to present, from Amber Asylum to Elend and Arcana. Although there is great distance between NC and metal, t(...)"
With every soundscape that we encounter as a part of "Inland", Ulf Söderberg expands our idea of ritual electronic music. We may lean back and dwell into the unfolding drones or sense the pull of gripping organic drums towards a dancing state.
Taken from the band's landmark show at the Norwegian National Opera House in Oslo, this is a stunning concert from Norway's legendary purveyors of Dark Symphonic Art Rock. Presented in high definition on both DVD and Blu-ray discs, in a digibook.
A chamber music piece, commissioned by the Tromsř Kulturhus, in a cooperation with the Arctic Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra. Closer to contemporary Classical than anything else, this is yet another brilliant evidence of their boundless talent.
A new album, consists of over 80 minutes worth of multitracked and studio-enhanced live, mostly improvisational, rock and electronic soundscapes. Influences are diverse, ranging from Prog, electronica and Krautrock, showcasing Ulver's love of 70s music.
Riverhead is the original score to a film by Justin Oakey. A hushed, airy and ominous soundtrack from the Norwegian masters, touching on Nordic and Celtic folk music from within an ambient/atmospheric frame.
Ulver's first fully fledged studio album since 2011’s "Wars of the Roses". They call it "their pop album,” something they have been longing to do for years, and their unruly play with myth, history and popular culture has never been more manifest.
Shadows of the Sun is a meditation on all the crosses we collectively carry and the folly of carrying them. It is a pensive, quiet work singularly committed to an aesthetic of beauty. 180gr. vinyl, in matte varnished sleeve w/insert.
The sad remains from "Assassination of Julius Caesar", Ulver's Caesarean banquet. The EP brings two songs left on the drawing board at the time of the album, plus a cover of 'The Power Of Love', by Frankie Goes To Hollywood.
Vinyl re-issue of the 2010 remixed version of this classic of chamber rock music, which features heavy use of dissonance and dark, brooding and extremely complex melodies. A stunning one-of-a-kind item that has never been duplicated by anyone.
These rituals were previously released under different formats in close cooperation with various bands and labels, and are now compilled by Herr Deportator who remastered them very thoroughly the Urfaust way into a homogene full length.
Urfaust's monolithic first mantra from 2004. Raw and sorrowful ritualistic Black Metal, with several Classical-inspired interludes and a passionate and unique vocal delivery. Comes in black cartonstock Digipak, with silver print.
A four track effort recorded in a single day. Dark Ambient, clean operatic vocals, Black Metal, and Doom meld with an odd swing, creating a truly memorable death march that is nothing if not uniquely Urfaust. Red vinyl, with gold-foil print on cover.
The revered and praised "URFAUST-Sound" has managed to go further and further into unexplored territories of the dark cosmos, resulting in one hell of a trip consisting of 6 songs that will take you beyond…
7" black vinyl, in a hand-numbered folder limited to 548 copies. Urfaust brings the classic "Vom Geist Der Schwere", whereas Black Anvil offer "Ten Talons Deep", both recorded live in the Netherlands in 2015!
Legends and myth, rites and cries. Debut album by this Portuguese traditional Folk ensemble, highly recommended for fans of Sangre Cavallum, Ŕrnica or Sturmpercht, with a distinct Northern Portuguese flavor.
While deeply rooted in Portuguese traditional Folk, Urze de Lume delve further into the realm of Dark Folk, in a concept work that takes us back through old forgotten paths into the heart of northern Portuguese landscapes.
Second and final chapter of their ode to Autumn. Bonds to both Nature and tradition are at the heart of the band's rendition of Dark Folk, and both skillfully come together on this acoustic introspective incursion into life's ever-looming solitude.
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