LAMECH RECORDS est 2009 v2

DIE KUNST DER FINSTERNIS - "Revenant in a Phantom World" Pro tape

Price:
77 kr
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SKU:
P1963737
Type:
Pro tape (limited)
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In Stock

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Lamech Records
, in conspiracy with Amor Fati Productions, is proud to present Die Kunst der Finsternis' highly anticipated third album, Revenant in a Phantom World – (Queen of Owls Addendum), on limited vinyl LP and cassette tape format.

Limited edition of 200 copies.
-Classic clear tape with grey liners
-On body print on both sides.
-J-Card 6 panel, full color print.

Tracklist:
1. Carnival of the undead
2. Grotesque (Eerie Breeze of the Grotesque)
3. Madame Tuberculosis
4. Raised from Decay
5. Chasing bleached memories
6. The End of Time - Miseria
7. Exhumation
8. Neophobic delirium
9. Vampirismus - “De Masticatione Mortuorum” (The Chewing Dead)
 
Press:
"...Although it’s one of the most persistently creepy albums I’ve ever heard, I should mention that Deacon D. does sprinkle head-hooking riffs among these tracks…”
Islander, NO CLEAN SINGING
 
"...From time to time you can hear a hint of the first-wave style in the epic-sounding tracks. The deep, singing whimpers and buzzing riffing intensify the venomous and otherworldly aura of the music, with the sombre drums and basses that gain the upper hand in the midst of all the other nightmarish and exotic sounds..."
Rating: 4 / 5 Musique Machine.
 
"...The release date is perfect because even when I was not aware that the album would be released on Halloween, I had thought to myself that this is perfect Halloween music. It is spooky and campy in the best way...”
Rating: 7 / 100 Cherie Wong, Metal-Temple
 
"... At  times  the  music  captures  the  atmosphere  of  a  horror  movie  as  well  as  the  solos  and  leads  being  done  in  a  very  dark  and  melodic  style…”
Rating: 8 / 10 OccultBlackMetalZine 

"...The main-tempo of some tracks is one of a crawling zombie with some acoustic parts and gothic soundscapes ramping up the intensity. The song-writing is often experimental and uncommon yet polished so that the single parts are always merged into fascinating songs and all tracks together form one piece of dark art…”
Rating: 92% Edmund Sackbauer, Metal-Archives.