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NATT

Thule

 

Heavy Prog

3.70 | 14 ratings

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Hermanes
4 stars Purely by coincidence I came across this album. The kind of music was completely new to me. Thule comes from the north of Norway where winternights are long and cold. Contrary, summer days are long and pleasant. In the past people lived in tribes, isolated from other tribes. Under those conditions a special kind of music was developed. And that's exactly what you get from Thule. Dark, sometimes slow music, dominated by bass and organ. Dark sung by one or more singers at a time. And suddenly music may turn to a happier mood.

Natt consists of 8 tracks, each 5 - 6 minutes. At least 6 of them are of good or even high quality. My favorits are 'Morsketi' (track 4) and 'Goilltigei' (track 3). Both are strong played and varied in composition and interplay. The last track, 'Vinterbarn', is a really remarkable but beautiful 'Nordic' ballad. Slow played, beautiful, multi-vocal sung.

Good music for current dark days. This album deserves 4 stars.

Hermanes | 4/5 |

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