Aosoth - IV Arrow In Heart download album
- Performer: Aosoth
- Title: IV Arrow In Heart
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: VQF MMF APE MOD WAV VOC AU
- Released: 2013
- Style: Black Metal
- MP3 album: 1348 mb
- FLAC album: 1693 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 445
IV: An Arrow in Heart is probably the most mature work they have released so far, ideally combining all the elements that characterize them. And all this happens without losing any of the agony and intensity they are known for. Probably among the best releases of this year. An Arrow in Heart: Aosoth could not have chosen a more fitting name for its fourth album. This is black metal at its most violent: a collection of songs that that pierce the listener with vicious precision. It’s a startling merger of ravenous bloodlust and devilish calculation that culminates in a sound that is pure evil.
One With The Prince With A Thousand Enemies. IV Arrow In Heart (CD, Album).
Release date: April 16th, 2013. 1. An Arrow in Heart. 2. One with the Prince with a Thousand Enemies.
Album: IV Arrow in Heart. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. An Arrow In Heart 02 – IV-2. One With The Prince With A Thousand Enemies 03 – IV-3. Temple Of Knowledge 04 – IV-4. Under Nails & Fingertips 05 – IV-5. Broken Dialogue 1 06 – IV-5. Broken Dialogue 2 07 – IV-6. Ritual Marks Of Penitence. FLAC (399 Mb): OBOOM: DOWNLOAD.
IV: Arrow in Heart by Aosoth, released 16 April 2013 1. IV-1. An Arrow In Heart 2. IV-2. One With The Prince With A Thousand Enemies 3. IV-3. Temple Of Knowledge 4. IV-4. Broken Dialogue 2 7. IV-6. Which gives that album even more of a spiritual value, as it involved a form of sacrifice. The band also added: "This fourth full-length release is without a doubt a great step forward for.
Album Name IV: Arrow in Heart. Released date 16 April 2013. Labels Agonia Records. Music StyleBlack Metal. Members owning this album45.
Aosoth started out as the thrashier, more melodic side project for members of French black metal band Antaeus. On their newest and best album, they showcase their current off-kilter, progressive bent, balancing avant-garde leanings with brutish intensity. Aosoth have grown in leaps and bounds since that first 2002 release (fittingly, a split album with Antaeus), and IV: Arrow In Heart is their most mature album to date. While their brother band invariably head straight for the soft spot, Aosoth prefer to take the long way round, stopping at the rack, the thumbscrew, and the cat o’nine along the way. The album demands attention from the first note and the ensuing head nodding groove seals the deal.