1. Dark 3.11 11:04
2. Dark 3.12 10:40
3. Dark 3.13 11:48
4. Dark 3.14 11:01
5. Dark 3.15 03:34
6. Dark 3.16 14:09
7. Dark 3.17 16:58
Digipack Limited 500 handnumbered copies.
vbr ~224 kbps
Digipack Limited 500 handnumbered copies.
Lupercalia’s early days date back to 1999, when the duo made up of classical guitarist Riccardo Prencipe and violinist Pierangelo Fevola started experimenting various arrangements based around Riccardo’s music, using inspiration from several artistic and literary sources.
The concept of transforming visual imagery into sound was persued by the duo since its inception - through their compositions, theatric images of ancient and popular life were reborn, often through the aid of additional synthesizers and samples, as well as self-made replicas of ancient instruments, which allowed this Italian project to achieve a peculiar formula that translated Gothic and Baroque music into a contemporary language through both modern and old instrumentation.
Reissue From the edition on CMI released as cd and Svartvintras on vinyl.
Contains a bonus track that have previously only been available on the vinyl version.
Comes in an oversized A5-folder. Enhanced CD contains an interactive photo album. Numbered edition of 500 copies.
Originally released as a self released CD-R limited to 55 copies.
Recorded between January 22-29, 2002 at Watchman Studios in Lockport, NY.
All lyrics written by Joshua Gentzke.
Released in a digipak with four page lyrics booklet.
Composed, recorded and mixed in Valvasone during 2006.
Comes with 16-page booklet.
Originally released in 1985 on vinyl on the Intrepid label. Original version is now out of print. Re-release on Projekt includes the remastered original "Cities in Fog" album, and a second full-length album, "Cities in Fog 2", recorded in 1995.
First edition of 955 is hand numbered, and the first 100 ordered at www.strangefortune.com are also signed by the artist.
Very interesting, mellow dark ambient with vocals throughout.
Amazing album, highly recommended!
"Collective Archives" documents the development of Raison d'être through the years 1991-1996.
In general, the artists signed on Cold Meat Industry are all either from Sweden, or in a few instances from other Scandinavian countries. The musical output of the label is fittingly dark, often obsessed with the occult and/or "politically incorrect," and almost always of a highly unique and individual character. The sounds of the individual artists range from classical and folk to dark experimental and "industrial" music. On this compilation, the sequence of tracks seems to have been arranged so that the first CD features more of the label's folk and classically oriented musicians, while the second CD plunges into the realm of electronic or industrial "death" music.
Comes with a 24-page and a 12-page booklet.
Tape released in July 2007 (limited to 333 hand numbered copies), CD released on
03/11/2007 on GoatowaRex.
CDr is limited to 50 copies.
Tape version by Tour de Grade.
Re-released on pro-CD by Sun & Moon Records, 06/04/2008.
Limited edition of 555 hand-numbered copies.
Track A1 uses a text from "Der Einsiedler" by J. Freiherr v. Eichendorff.
Track B6 uses a text from "Der Schauende" by Rainer Maria Rilke.
Original copies including mini-poster.
Distributed exclusively by Cold Meat Industry.
Track 5 Part I is also available on The Last Bleak Days CD compilation, Bleak Records 2001.
The second release in the "Witch" trilogy.
Limited edition of 999 hand numbered copies. The CD comes in a black digifile/-folder with insert.
An additional special edition limited to 30 numbered copies was sold during the Steinklang Festival in Wien in May 2004. It's signed by the artists and comes with two inserts.
Highly recommended ambient black metal!
50 cd-r in special wooden box edition.
Limited to 60 copies boxset, dedicated to the International Expo of Arts and Techniques, Paris 1937. Large white boxset (approx. like an A3) containing: a b/w booklet about the Expo, an A4 photo of Trocadero (part.), a couple of postcards of the Expo, an Album Officiel (with 33 coloured pictures), double CD and one blue vinyl 7". Available exclusively through subscription.
Collaboration with Pagan writer and scholar Freya Aswynn. Limited edition 300 copies with translucent vinyl and white cover. The disc has a seal melt inside the center hole and is tied to the cover by a thin rope.
CD-R in Dvd Box limited to 55 copies - Sold Out -
CD limited to 300 copies.
Re-released in tape format by Heulen Horn Records.
This new opus entitled "Penfield Mood Organ" is about a device from P.K. Dick's book "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"... A box destined to induce emotions and feelings to people.
This release is definitely the coldest to date for Horologium. Divided into three evolutionary parts and quickly diving into lurking sadness, "Penfield Mood Organ" initiate the feeling of something tragic soon to be unleashed...
Limited edition 250 copies with special booklet cover.
Hand-numbered, limited to 450 copies.
Limited to 220 hand-numbered copies, gatefold-sleeve.
First pressing limited to 500 copies has an extended booklet with all the lyrics in Italian and English.
One-man dark/drone ambient project from Russia, whose creator killed himself on September 23rd of 2003.
Comes in heavy A5 cardboard cover in PVC sleeve.
Limited edition of 277 copies.
Desires, beliefs, dreams, emotions, experiences, beauty of life and sight of inevitable death in 19th and 20th Century poems "framed" in varied music, from strong industrial rhythms to romantic ballads with melancholic recitations and singing.
Track 1 taken from the Kirlian Camera soundtrack to the film "Guido Mazzoni". This CD includes for the first time all the tracks originally composed and intended for the first issue of "Schwerz" in 1992.
'Funeral black metal' side project of Nerrath ('Horn' being his most well-known band).
Tape limited to 100 handnumbered copies.
Limited to 1000 copies.
Comes in oversized cardboard sleeve.