Release date: 13 October 2003
Style: Ambient black metal

Rating:

8.6 | 75 votes

Owners:

75 have it
14 want it


01. Dark 1.1
02. Dark 1.2
03. Dark 1.3
04. Dark 1.4
05. Dark 1.5
06. Dark 1.6
07. Dark 1.7


Line-up
Zhaaral - guitars, vocals
Tobias "Wroth" "Wintherr" Möckl - guitars, vocals
Zorgh - bass, vocals


Additional info
Originally limited to 500 Digipack CD's. Reissued by Avantgarde Music in 2006. The dialogue heard on Dark 1.2 is from the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey."

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Góral - 11.03.2013 at 14:05  
Rating: 9 Personally, my best Darkspace album. This music is a trip to another dimension. You listen and you feel that gravity disappears. When it ends, you coming back to Earth tired, but full of experience.
Northern Danger - 19.11.2013 at 16:02  
  Sick.Fuckin sick.
Nick K. - 29.04.2014 at 22:35  
  Might be my favourite Darkspace album, the atmosphere is just out of this world.
Erik M. - 23.08.2014 at 22:48  
Rating: 9 Amazing album. Love this band's sound.
!J.O.O.E.! - 23.08.2014 at 23:18  
Rating: 7
Written by Erik M. on 23.08.2014 at 22:48

Amazing album. Love this band's sound.

So do I, but not here so much. Lacks the refinement and depth of subsequent releases.
Erik M. - 23.08.2014 at 23:22  
Rating: 9
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.08.2014 at 23:18

So do I, but not here so much. Lacks the refinement and depth of subsequent releases.


Seems I'm in for a treat then. I'm chronologically checking out Darkspace's discography, so I'll have to listen to the other albums yet.
!J.O.O.E.! - 23.08.2014 at 23:25  
Rating: 7
Written by Erik M. on 23.08.2014 at 23:22


Seems I'm in for a treat then. I'm chronologically checking out Darkspace's discography, so I'll have to listen to the other albums yet.

Personally I think they get better and better through the discog. Check out Paysage d'Hiver's last record too. Sounds more like a Darkspace record than anything.
Erik M. - 23.08.2014 at 23:26  
Rating: 9
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.08.2014 at 23:25

Personally I think they get better and better through the discog. Check out Paysage d'Hiver's last record too. Sounds more like a Darkspace record than anything.


Will do. Thanks for the info.
!J.O.O.E.! - 23.08.2014 at 23:28  
Rating: 7
Written by Erik M. on 23.08.2014 at 23:26

Will do. Thanks for the info.

Just so you know, 90% of Paysage's discog is hidden on MS as they're all considered demos, just in case you were wondering about it
Erik M. - 23.08.2014 at 23:36  
Rating: 9
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.08.2014 at 23:28

Just so you know, 90% of Paysage's discog is hidden on MS as they're all considered demos, just in case you were wondering about it


Good to know, but why are they considered demos?
!J.O.O.E.! - 23.08.2014 at 23:41  
Rating: 7
Written by Erik M. on 23.08.2014 at 23:36

Good to know, but why are they considered demos?

Don't know to be honest. I've asked the question time and time again why a demo is different to a regular release when both are music put on a medium of some sort and sold to the public for money. I don't see why demos should be automatically hidden on MS.
Troy Killjoy - 23.08.2014 at 23:43  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.08.2014 at 23:41
Don't know to be honest. I've asked the question time and time again why a demo is different to a regular release when both are music put on a medium of some sort and sold to the public for money. I don't see why demos should be automatically hidden on MS.

I think demos are like rough copies, so they aren't considered to be completed works. At least that's my understanding of it.

By default they're hidden on the site but you can customize that in the discog section. It resets every time you leave the site though.
Troy Killjoy - 23.08.2014 at 23:43  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.08.2014 at 23:41
Don't know to be honest. I've asked the question time and time again why a demo is different to a regular release when both are music put on a medium of some sort and sold to the public for money. I don't see why demos should be automatically hidden on MS.

I think demos are like rough copies, so they aren't considered to be completed works. At least that's my understanding of it.

By default they're hidden on the site but you can customize that in the discog section. It resets every time you leave the site though.
!J.O.O.E.! - 23.08.2014 at 23:55  
Rating: 7
Written by Troy Killjoy on 23.08.2014 at 23:43

I think demos are like rough copies, so they aren't considered to be completed works. At least that's my understanding of it.

By default they're hidden on the site but you can customize that in the discog section. It resets every time you leave the site though.

I find that kind of an arbitrary distinction really. I've heard some shockingly poor, bedroom black metal albums that are referred to as albums. Where does the rough version end and the "finished" version begin? The fact that Paysage d'Hiver have consistently released records suggests to me that they are finished, because they were put on sale. If, say, Akerfeldt turned around and claimed that X Opeth album wasn't quite how he wanted it but released it anyway would that make it a demo?

It would also imply that a finished version of said demo would be released, which has never happened to Paysage, and tends not to with other demos either.

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