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Posted by !J.O.O.E.! on 18.05.2006 at 11:52
Further proof that France do own the world's finest black metal bands.

Spanning black metal and industrial/ambient, Vindsval has created an absolute monolithe in post bm. He began with the title 'Vlad' before changing the name after two demos and creating the much loved 'Ultima Thulee' which really put them on the map. As his career progressed he experimented with industrial and ambient and has carved the now highly stylised and distinctive Blut Aus Nord sound.



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Lit.
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  02.09.2014 at 18:06
Written by Reality03 on 02.09.2014 at 17:20

Listened to TWWTG and MORT on a regular basis the last couple of months and they are both fantastic. Which Album should i listen next in their discography?

Depending on how you feel about either album, either the Thematic Emanation Of Archetypal Multiplicity EP (which is basically an EP full of songs like Procession Of Dead Clowns) and the 777/Liber trilogies if you want more like the two albums, or the Memoria Vetusta duology if you want something different (typical, albeit good meloblack style). They're releasing a new album continuing the series, so it might be best to get on that sooner than later.
Lit.
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  02.09.2014 at 22:20
Written by Reality03 on 02.09.2014 at 19:08

Hey, thanks for the quick reply . I will listen to all of those you mentioned, but seeing as i love the industrial/black style of TWWTG, i would rather listen to this style than the meloblack Albums. But who knows, maybe their earlier Albums are just as interestin to me.

Anytime.

In terms of earlier albums, the one that you could probably skip is Mythical Beast Of Rebellion, which is flat out uninteresting. Ultima Thuree may vary, though I personally don't care for it. If you like it or want something like it, but better, check out The Eye, which features the main guy from BaN.
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  02.09.2014 at 22:41
Written by Reality03 on 02.09.2014 at 19:08

... but seeing as i love the industrial/black style of TWWTG, i would rather listen to this style than the meloblack Albums.

In that case, you should definitely check P.H.O.B.O.S band. Kinda like TWWTG on its industrial moment played at glacial pace.



I personally prefer their (or his) 2nd album but this one is closer to BaN.
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  03.09.2014 at 05:52
Mmm. P.H.O.B.O.S. Haven't jammed them in awhile.
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  04.09.2014 at 00:03
Written by Guest on 02.09.2014 at 22:20

Written by Reality03 on 02.09.2014 at 19:08

Hey, thanks for the quick reply . I will listen to all of those you mentioned, but seeing as i love the industrial/black style of TWWTG, i would rather listen to this style than the meloblack Albums. But who knows, maybe their earlier Albums are just as interestin to me.

Anytime.

In terms of earlier albums, the one that you could probably skip is Mythical Beast Of Rebellion, which is flat out uninteresting. Ultima Thuree may vary, though I personally don't care for it. If you like it or want something like it, but better, check out The Eye, which features the main guy from BaN.


Well I have different opinion than Lit., Mystical Beast can be rather nice listen if you get used to it from the start, repetitive but destructive at the same time. But Ultima Thulee, I think it puts all the Memoria Vetusta releases in the pocket, it does not get any better regarding atmospheric black metal, if you get into it even TWWTG will seem inferior.
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  04.09.2014 at 22:04
As of tomorrow, I shall finally have all of Blut Aus Nord's full lengths. Excitement.
Lit.
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  07.09.2014 at 07:58
Written by Alien1988 on 04.09.2014 at 00:03

Well I have different opinion than Lit., Mystical Beast can be rather nice listen if you get used to it from the start, repetitive but destructive at the same time. But Ultima Thulee, I think it puts all the Memoria Vetusta releases in the pocket, it does not get any better regarding atmospheric black metal, if you get into it even TWWTG will seem inferior.



Not really gonna change my opinion on it, but congrats for disagreeing.
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  07.09.2014 at 08:37
I'm pretty sure everyone disagrees with Lit about everything.
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Alien1988

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  07.09.2014 at 11:34
Written by Guest on 07.09.2014 at 07:58

Not really gonna change my opinion on it, but congrats for disagreeing.



I quoted the whole message but it was not really pointed at you but at Nick so that he would check those albums that you seem not to like so much.
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  09.10.2014 at 17:03
Memoria Vetusta III available for stream here :

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  05.12.2014 at 03:14
Can anyone recommend some albums like MV II and MV III?
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  05.12.2014 at 03:21
Written by Desert Father on 05.12.2014 at 03:14

Can anyone recommend some albums like MV II and MV III?


Yeah i would like the sames. Like poeple say it's generriec borijng Blcka metal but I cant' thionk of any band playing like that. I prefer MVI thoughbt .
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  05.12.2014 at 03:46
Written by Vombatus on 05.12.2014 at 03:21

Written by Desert Father on 05.12.2014 at 03:14

Can anyone recommend some albums like MV II and MV III?


Like poeple say it's generriec borijng Blcka metal but I cant' thionk of any band playing like that.


I know, right? I feel MV I is quite close to some Bathory and maybe Burzum (not very well versed in either) but I've never come across anything like the other two.
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V01d

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  09.07.2015 at 06:49
Upcoming split with Aevangelist and Blut Aus Nord, according to Vindsval's Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/blutausnord.official?fref=ts
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  10.07.2015 at 22:46
Written by Fearmeister on 07.09.2014 at 08:37
I'm pretty sure everyone disagrees with Lit about everything.

I agree with him... Specially when someone implies that BANs debut is superior to TWWTG. Jeez.
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  11.07.2015 at 03:16
Written by Mr. Doctor on 10.07.2015 at 22:46

I agree with him... Specially when someone implies that BANs debut is superior to TWWTG. Jeez.

I agree with him more often than I'd like.
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  15.09.2015 at 21:18
Only if your girlfriend is Vindsval.

(Boy, this comment is going to look weird when he gets nuked)
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