Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Blut Aus Nord - Memoria Vetusta II: Dialogue With The Stars

THE BLACK METAL ‘BIG BLACK’ RETURN WITH A BLACK METAL CLASSIC Introduced to main-stream audiences via their early 2004 Candlelight debut, The Work Which Transforms God, and 2005 re-issue of their previous underground catalogue, Memoria Vestusta and Ultima Thulee albums, “Blut Aus Nord pushes the definition of music; disfigured, anti-social, pure, raw black metal... Eccentric.” (Brave Words Bloody Knuckles) “Grim, forward-thinking [...] probably one of the most amazing black metal albums of the last several years.” (Ultimate Metal) Blut Aus Nord redefines music as any extreme music fan (metal or otherwise) knows it. Their macabre creations throw ardent fists in the face of mainstream and mediocrity, resulting in a nightmarish voyage of sonic disharmony. England’s SonicDeath says it best when noting, “listening to Blut Aus Nord is like watching your own funeral in slow motion... a great sucking veil of endless, foreboding darkness.”

2009 - Memoria Vetusta II: Dialogue With The Stars



renrats February 3, 2009 at 7:51 AM  


Raest February 3, 2009 at 9:28 PM  

wow... that's my link :D :D :D
(I uploaded it.. feel free to use it and post it elsewhere.. I have more if you want :P)

Déhà February 4, 2009 at 2:05 AM  

How did you guys liked it?

mories February 4, 2009 at 10:20 AM  

i really like: The Work Which Transforms God + Thematic Emanation Of Archetypal Multiplicity. not really fond of: MoRT + Odinist. but i'm digging this one (just had one listen). still: The Work Which Transforms God = god

john February 5, 2009 at 11:28 PM  

wow, ive been waiting for this for 13 years!!! part 1 is one of my all time favorites...

Anonymous February 6, 2009 at 10:54 AM  

This will be a milestone for Black Metal in years to come. Blut Aus Nord have resurrected themselves, after 10 years of overrated crap. Finally they continued exactly where The Mystical Beast of Rebellion ended. Thanks!

Dimaension X February 23, 2009 at 11:54 PM  
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Dimaension X February 23, 2009 at 11:56 PM  

Must better than the last two albums - "MoRT" sounded like the same song played eight times, and "Odinist" was only slightly better.

Here we have a return to actual music, still infused with plenty of experimentation and atmosphere.

This is what avant-garde black metal SHOULD sound like.

master February 17, 2010 at 2:34 AM  

nice to see these guys have put out another album in the same league as 'the work which transforms god'. they are definitely one of the best black metal bands active today.

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