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Thy Catafalque

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Thy Catafalque Tűnő Idő Tárlat album cover
4.15 | 41 ratings | 1 reviews | 51% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Csillagkohó (9:14)
2. Neath Waters (Minden Vízbe Mártott Test) (18:43)
3. Bolygó, Bolyongó (9:47)
4. Kék Ég Karaván (5:00)
5. Hája-nász Az Avaron (5:50)
6. Zápor (4:34)
7. Az Ősanya Szól Ivadékaihoz/A Medveős (9:32)
8. Varjak Fekszenek (6:18)

Total Time 68:58

Bonus video on 2004 release:
Video - Paths Untrodden (5:56)

Line-up / Musicians

- Tamás Kátai / vocals, keyboards, bass, guitar, programming
- János Juhász / guitar, bass

- Anita Bíró / violin
- Nikoletta Gerzanits / backing vocals

Releases information

Title translates as "An Exhibition Of Vanishing Time"

Artwork: Tamás Kátai

CDr Self-released (2004, Hungary) With a bonus video
CD Epidemie Records ‎- EPR071 (2010, Czech Republic) New cover art

2xLP Blood Music ‎- BLOOD-029 (2013, Finland)

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THY CATAFALQUE Tűnő Idő Tárlat ratings distribution

(41 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(51%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(24%)
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Review by Warthur
4 stars Thy Catafalque's Tűnő Idő T'rlat takes the electronic dabbling of the preceding Microcosmos even further, with some sections resembling full-on electronic dance music - but fear not, the Hungarian folk and black metal influences that inform subsequent and previous works by the group are rarely all that far off. The end result is a sort of black metal- via-Nine Inch Nails blend, with the abrasive elements of black metal somehow reconciled with the more catchy end of the industrial music spectrum. Thy Catafalque are juggling an awful lot of different ideas here, and whilst they don't quite bring them all together into a single whole, they come close enough that this is a notable success.

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