Free As Dead / Bride - Return To Dungeon Synth download album
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Free As Dead, Bride - Return To Dungeon Synth.
Autor: Free As Dead Album's name: Return To Dungeon Synth Label: Danvers State Recordings – DSR69 Type: Cassette, C50 Country: US Date of released: 2016 Category: Electronic, Non-Music Style: Dungeon Synth, Dark Ambient, Field Recording. Free As Dead - Return To Dungeon Synth MP3 version. 1840 downloads at 25 mb/s. Free As Dead - Return To Dungeon Synth FLAC version. 2531 downloads at 33 mb/s. The Watery Underworld. The Thing With Feathers. The Seventh Eon. 4:31.
Check out a Beginners Guide to Dungeon Synth from new Vault writer Charles Kahler featuring music from Depressive Silence, Forgotten Pathways, and more! . Dungeon synth’s association with black metal can be traced to the 90’s Norwegian scene, when artists like Varg Vikernes, Mortiis and Satyr developed electronic-based side projects and/or inserted synthy atmospheres into their album intros and outros. To many fans, this period marks the ‘establishment’ of dungeon synth, and releases of this period are commonly cited as inspirations by contemporary dungeon synth artists. Burzum’s Dauði Baldrs and Hliðskjálf albums were a departure from black metal, instead containing entirely electronic tracks.
The Land Of My Imagination I Am The Only God - - - I make dungeon synth and medieval fantasy, mostly inspired by my own nostalgia about places, people and events of my past, forever lost. My music is very intimate, mostly influenced by books (the Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, the Silmarillion), old fantasy movies (Dark Crystal, Willow, Legend, Conan, et. and role-playing games from my childhood (tabletop : Middle-Earth Role Playing, Stormbringer, etc. or video games : Dungeon Master, Zelda, Secret Of Mana, et.
The themes are usually based around fantasy, paganism, and ancient, medieval times. The musicians often have a strong connection to black metal, many dungeon synth bands being side-projects of artists whose main focus is black metal.
Full Dungeon Synth Albums. Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands. This, Ladys and Gentlemans is the best Dungeon Synth Album of this Year. If you wish to hear or purchase it, just visit Erangs Bandcamp Page. Full Dungeon Synth Albums.
Mortiis created what is now called dungeon synth, but at the time I’d never heard anything like it, nor have I heard anyone create it as he did since. Mortiis was originally known for his work in Emperor but came into his own when he went solo, creating worlds, first with his eponymous Mortiis and later with Vond, Fata Morgana and Cintecele Diavolului. The idea was to make the first Emperor album a concept album. Only two (of my) lyrics were ever used in songs which were ‘Cosmic Keys’ and ‘Black Wizards. I guess Candlelight came into the picture and that mini LP happened, and then I was out, and I’m not sure what happened, but they didn’t use any of the other lyrics, and I told them ‘I´m keeping these lyrics’ anyway, so it was what it was.
|A1||–Free As Dead||Catacombs||4:22|
|A2||–Free As Dead||Castle Freak||3:50|
|A3||–Free As Dead||Cellar Dweller||4:04|
|A4||–Free As Dead||Crawlspace (Empire Pictures Tribute)||9:22|
|B2||–Bride||The Watery Underworld||4:45|
|B3||–Bride||The Thing With Feathers||4:36|
|B4||–Bride||The Dark Forest||5:40|
|B5||–Bride||The Seventh Eon||4:31|
- Artwork – Nora Egloff