Throne Of Katarsis - New Album In October


Update by Candlelight Records on Facebook.

"October the 24th, a new Black Metal opus sees the darkness of the world. Cold, raw, and with the bizarre aura of an everlasting funeral, Throne Of Katarsis delivers their requiem in honor of the final darkness.

During three long nights the seven rites of this album was recorded. The séance was done in darkness and with poisoned minds, and with a dedication closer to a possession rather than anything else. All instruments and vocal were recorded live in the studio, in order to capture the aura the band creates during their convocations. A couple of guitar leads were added to the mix, and also church organ - recorded at nighttime at a local church during a highly blasphemic ceremony.

The band now consists of four individuals, while earlier being a demonic duo for seven years. The full line up is now: Infamroth (voice, guitar and church organ), Skinndød (guitar), Sanrabb (bass) and Vardalv (drums). The album title Ved Graven can be translated to "At the grave", and is by far the darkest material written by the band to this date. To complete the vision, Njard drew the cover art and Stein Sund assisted the mixing and mastering of the album. This is the band's third studio album, and continues the march towards the funeral."



Source: facebook.com
 
Posted: 03.08.2011 by Panzerchrist


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03.08.2011 - 19:47
!J.O.O.E.!
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I don't blame people for thinking black metal is a ridiculous sounding and looking genre at times.
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03.08.2011 - 19:59
Windrider
Raureif
Written by Guest on 03.08.2011 at 19:47

I don't blame people for thinking black metal is a ridiculous sounding and looking genre at times.

Some BM bands nowadays seem to have the aim to look as ridiculous as Immortal did in some videos...
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03.08.2011 - 20:40
Yavanna
" recorded at nighttime at a local church during a highly blasphemic ceremony."
I wonder if that is truth, and if it is Which church would allow them to do such a thing
Bullshit
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Carry me to the shoreline
Bury me in the sand
Walk me across the water
And maybe you'll understand
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03.08.2011 - 21:02
J. N.
Written by Yavanna on 03.08.2011 at 20:40

" recorded at nighttime at a local church during a highly blasphemic ceremony."
I wonder if that is truth, and if it is Which church would allow them to do such a thing
Bullshit

Black Metal is serious business, fer sure.
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Demetrius: Villain, what hast thou done?
Aaron: That which thou canst not undo.
Chiron: Thou hast undone our mother.
Aaron: Villain, I have done thy mother.
- William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus: Act 4, Scene 2 (1593)
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03.08.2011 - 21:05
Yavanna
Written by J. N. on 03.08.2011 at 21:02

Written by Yavanna on 03.08.2011 at 20:40

" recorded at nighttime at a local church during a highly blasphemic ceremony."
I wonder if that is truth, and if it is Which church would allow them to do such a thing
Bullshit

Black Metal is serious business, fer sure.

Of course, black metal is serious. But then the whole thing about entering a church in the middle of the night to record a black metal album?
Seems a little hard to believe for me.
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Carry me to the shoreline
Bury me in the sand
Walk me across the water
And maybe you'll understand
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04.08.2011 - 17:47
Czerny Reiter
I wonder how BM albums remain an attactive business proposition, what with all the fines and community service time that each album's recording apparently implies...
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