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Ulver - Perdition City - Music to an Interior Film CD (album) cover




Post Rock/Math rock

4.01 | 224 ratings

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4 stars Perdition City is a successful attempt by Ulver to capture a distinct emotion and feeling to an album, which I would describe as pure melancholy. In this album Ulver ranges through a lot of different styles, mostly electronic-based sound but at the same time venturing into a whole lot of other sounds. Throughout Ulver's discography you will find very little difference between each album, starting as a black metal band, transforming into a mix of black metal and folk, then strangely putting out an entire norweigen-folk album and immidiately afterwards the rawest black metal produced album ever made.. and from then their true avant-garde forum was exposed to the world. Kristoffer Garm Rygg's vocals are simply astounding, penetrating through the listener's heart with its sheer sound of emotion. The album shows very skillfully built melodies and transitions throughout all songs while blending pianos and different orchestral instruments making Perdition City a true gem for anyone with an open mind to new music.
Verwuestung | 4/5 |


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