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ECHTE VLAAMSE GEITEN

Silvester Anfang

Krautrock


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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Demonische Agricultuur (22:27)
2. Satanische Slang Vernietig De Aarde (7:00)
3. Mag Ik Eens Met Uw Viool Spelen (8:05)
4. Het Bestormen Van De Verdoemenisberg (7:06)

Line-up / Musicians

- Edgar
- Hellvete
- Ignatius Van Kempenhof
- Per
- PI666
- Lapinus Bulgaris

Releases information

ECL-055 Eclipse Records

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Review by philippe
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4 stars Astonishing experimental folk / neo-kraurock manifesation! Coming from Belgium this band is found of themes based on the occult, mysticism and dark philosophies. This band is definitely non conformist, delivering an ensemble of doomy introspective ambiences, fuzzed out guitars and primitive semi-folk epic improvisations. The atmosphere is really weird, bizarre, and gorgeously infiltrated by an ancient evil. "Demonische Agricultuur" culminates the debates with an "insolent" creepy ambience, featuring ultra lugubrious percussive scintillations, dark drones and e-guitar noises. The last track is a deadly, droney, pastoral epic song with monotonous acoustic strings, percussions, doom like bass and voices. The rest is so intriguing and weird at the same time, always really artisanal, primitive. This band has something in common with 70's krautrock obscurities as Zweisten (for the experimental attitude), Dom and the first Amon Duul (for the acid folk side) and German Oak (fro the dark, heavy soul). kraut-folk meets funeral procession, A Brilliant, avant garde psychedelic work! This is essential for fans of "dark ambient" and early kraut experimentations.

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