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KVELDSSANGER

Ulver

 

Post Rock/Math rock

3.58 | 121 ratings

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oravamangusti
5 stars Very rich, complex and atmospheric acoustic folk music from back then upcoming black metal group Ulver. Garm had the guts to record an album which was very different than the previous album Bergtatt. His voice was marvellous already then, although he had just briefly joined the school of adults. My favourite bits from this album is "ěstenfor Sol Og Vestenfor Maane", which is a strong starter to a group of beautiful sleeping songs; "Naturmystikk" which travels to a bleak forest of floating folkmelodies and an atmosphere that melancholic progrock bands used back in 70's Great Britain, and what was to be used By a peer band from neighbourcountry Sweden named Opeth. And then the last track "Ulvsblakk", which is very pompous with it's Tom hits. The Atmosphere of that song is phantomous and evil, putting the listener to an almost trance kinda mental condition. But When the song ends you are very reliefed and joyful of what you had just heard. This album is a one fine piece of art. One of the greatest albums by Ulver. I suggest this album to anyone who listens to grim black metal and melancholic progrock. Also this album can by joyful to folk music lovers. If you like Tenhi you might love this even more. Total 5 stars.
oravamangusti | 5/5 |

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