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etichetta: Debemur Morti
formato: DIGI CD
"777 – Sects(s)" is an organic, cascading volume of deviant, dark art that exhibits BLUT AUS NORD’s natural habitat, a cleansing blade amid transitory moments of non-importance. Hypnotic guitars, discomforting beats and alienating voices clash with the ferocity of aural tectonic plates to produce horrific Black Metal decadence for an anonymous, lost, irrelevant generation.
Pressed on beer/black galaxy effect heavy vinyl. Comes with printed innersleeve.
A strange title for a strange release. Indeed, "Thematic Emanation Of Archetypal Multiplicity" - available for the very first time in vinyl format - is a truly unique work, something different, evading any attempts at classification; the eccentric creation of strange visionaries.
Originally released in 2005, this singular opus is a fascinating and mystical journey through different musical approaches, from Black Metal to Dub and Dark Electro, from Industrial soundscapes to deeply Ambient atmospheres. Different facets but a common feeling that will transport you to another world.
"Hallucinogen" begins a new era for BLUT AUS NORD, ending the cycle of clandestine industrialised dissonance that culminated with previous transmission Deus Salutis Meae and moving skyward into freshly melodic territories of progressive clarity. Interweaving dreamlike choirs, inimitable harmonic developments, reflective clean guitars, palpable organic drumming and a welcome rock and roll swagger, Hallucinogen is a spacious, emotionally wide-ranging record that finds BLUT AUS NORD more open than ever, full of life and revelling in the element of surprise. "Hallucinogen" is yet another coherent universe from a band who have moved away from familiar tropes, aesthetics and comfort zones to unite - with Dionysian spirit - under/overland, surface/void, metropolis/mountain and the vastness of the mind’s eye into an indispensable addition to their unparalleled body of work.
Recommended if you like: ENSLAVED, EMPEROR / IHSAHN, ULVER (Bergtatt era), KING CRIMSON.