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Артист: Empyrium Название: Into The Pantheon [Dark Folk] Жанр: Metal Год выхода: 2013 Label: Prophecy Productions Records / PRO 141 CD О музыке:
Empyrium is a German symphonic folk/doom metal and (later) neofolk/dark folk band.
Empyrium was founded in 1994 by Markus Stock (mostly using the pseudonym Ulf Theodor Schwadorf) and Andreas Bach, but later many other
The band draws inspiration from nature as some of the album titles reveal. Consequently, Empyrium are often referred to as a dark folk or apocalyptic
folk band, expressing in their music (most conspicuously in the last two albums) sentiments akin to those expressed by some other
'legislators' of the genre, as Forseti, Orplid, and Ulver (Kveldssanger). Connoisseurs of dark folk will mention that many of
Empyrium's compositions are true representatives of the genre, as, for instance, Dying Brokenhearted, The Shepherd and the Maiden Ghost ("Where
At Night..."), Heimwrts, Waldpoesie, Die Schwne im Schilf ("Weiland"). Intricately woven and always impregnated with an exquisite wistfulness or
profound, remorseful sadness (Dying Brokenhearted), these compositions may be regarded as a manifesto of the dark-folkloristic gloomy and pantheistic
Weltanschauung. The lyrics are mostly in English, though in Weiland only German is performed. Like the Norwegian black metal band Burzum, Empyrium
also used Theodor Kittelsen's drawing on one of their album covers (Where at Night the Wood Grouse Plays).
Their first two albums, A Wintersunset and Songs of Moors and Misty Fields, following a demo entitled ...Der wie ein Blitz vom Himmel fiel..., can be
considered doom metal (or, as some will argue, folk metal) with folk and symphonic influences. They combine harsh and operatic male vocals, with deep
slow guitar parts and atmospheric sounds.
The following two albums, Where at Night the Wood Grouse Plays and Weiland are acoustic, display a constantly heavier neofolk influence. Instead of
keyboards, the band switched to acoustic instruments such as acoustic guitars, violins, cellos and the flute. Operatic male vocals are still used, and
in Weiland the band uses choir vocals and the piano. Though the music still remains dark and melancholic, Empyrium's music has largely moved away
from heavy metal. Many people consider these two albums to be the apex of Empyrium's skill and some accomplishment of the band's - or rather
In August 2006, Empyrium's label, Prophecy Productions, announced publicly for the first time that a new album was going to be released in late
November the same year. Called A Retrospective, it is a look back on the history of the band. Aside from ten remastered tracks from their previous
albums, it contains a re-recorded version of The Franconian Woods In Winter's Silence from the album A Wintersunset, as well as two new tracks in
the neofolk style of late Empyrium (Der Weiher and Am Wolkenstieg). The sixty-page booklet provides an extensive account of the musical influences of
the band, and how Empyrium has changed over the years. The album leaked onto the Internet in early November 2006.
On September 17, 2010, Prophecy Productions and Schwadorf personally announced that the band had reunited and revealed plans to release a new album
soon, beside contributing to the label's upcoming v/a compilation Whom The Moon A Nightsong Sings.
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01. Intro [00:01:08]
02. The Days Before The Fall [00:06:37]
03. The Franconian Woods in Winter's Silence [00:08:40]
04. Where at Night the Wood Grouse Plays [00:05:42]
05. Heimwarts [00:06:39]
06. Mourners [00:09:21]
07. Die Schwane im Schilf [00:06:44]
08. Dead Winter Ways [00:06:12]
09. Der Weiher [00:05:34]
10. Many Moons Ago [00:04:34]
11. Das blau-kristallne Kammerlein [00:02:45]