Il carrello è vuoto
With 120 minutes playing time, "Im Wald" is not only Paysage D’Hiver's longest effort so far but also another chapter in the tale of winter travel (thus the French name Paysage D'Hiver) that runs through the project’s entire work like the proverbial golden thread. In the context of his highly detailed narrative, Wintherr locates it after "Steineiche" and "Schattengang" (both 1998) which describe the beginning of the travel, and before "Das Tor" (2013), "Kerker" (1999) and "Die Festung" (1998), which are set at the end.
Since Paysage d'Hiver's long sold-out split album with Lunar Aurora is being sold for exorbitant collectors' prices, Kunsthall and Cold Dimension are now offering a joint re-release
The LP is available on classic black 180g vinyl with four-page inlay while The first-ever CD edition comes as 32-page hardcover book (format: 16x26 cm) with bonus tracks from both bands. This double CD is limited to 1.500 copies.