|From the Pale Woodlands
TAPE 2009 by Darkness Shade Records (limited to 16 copies)
Entering the Fallen Lands
|Spells of Foresight
Predict Our Paradise
split TAPE 2009: Blackspell / Mųrktįr / Folkstorm by Thorn Laceration Records
9: Awakening the Forest
|De stemmen van het woud
CD 2009 by Thorn Laceration Records
demo CD 2011
Review: With titles like Herfsttijd (autumn time), De vlucht van de trekvogels (the flight of the migrating birds), Tussen de vallende bladeren (among the falling leafs), I really expected an hour of acoustics-only boredom (or perhaps a National Geographic documentary). But the black metal thats offered sounds pleasing, melodic, with every instrument utilising its role in the compositions. Theres even something that can be considered a bass guitar solo in Herfsttijd... Sure there are lots of acoustic interludes and intros, but theres still plenty of black metal that evokes feelings of old Ulver and Empyrium releases. The acoustics are played very well, which is a big plus. This leaves us with 55 minutes of moody music that is a safe purchase (if youre not only into extreme and brutal stuff).
Source: NLBMe exclusive, February 2018.
|Het stille lied van de
demo double CD 2012