Release date: 10 October 2014
Style: Atmospheric black metal

Rating:

7.4 | 38 votes

Owners:

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19 want it


01. Prelude
02. Paien
03. Tellus Mater
04. Forhist
05. Henosis
06. Metaphor Of The Moon
07. Clarissima Mundi Lumina


Line-up
Vindsval - vocals, guitar
W.D. Feld - drums, electronics, keyboards
Gionata "Thorns" Potenti - drums
GhÖst - bass


Additional info
Artwork by Kristian "Necrolord" Wåhlin.
Layout by Dehn Sora.

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mz - 21.10.2014 at 02:56  
  I think Marcel has gotten sharper and more extreme when it comes to off-topicness warning over the years.
Ozman - 21.10.2014 at 03:07  
Rating: 6
Written by mz on 21.10.2014 at 02:56

I think Marcel has gotten sharper and more extreme when it comes to off-topicness warning over the years.



Not really, but some people you have to keep on a short leash.
Vombatus - 21.10.2014 at 12:17  
Rating: 8 Listened it twice and I feel more spins are necessary to fully grasp it. Paien is freaking amazing song, but that must be coz I listened to it about 20 times since it was available for streaming before the full album. The rest didn't quite click instantly but certainly sounds like a better MVII, which would be the closest thing sound wise.
God Alone - 24.11.2014 at 00:19  
Rating: 9 I honestly don't know what happened with the first listens but I guess I wasn't in the right mood, or I just expected something different. Anyway, I've recently revisited it without too much interest and... well, it fucking clicked.
Ozman - 24.11.2014 at 00:58  
Rating: 6 I really don't know how Blut Aus Nord manages to do it, but every single MV release is totally average black metal whereas most of their other stuff is totally stellar.
Alex Fenger - 24.11.2014 at 03:21  
Rating: 6
Written by Ozman on 24.11.2014 at 00:58

I really don't know how Blut Aus Nord manages to do it, but every single MV release is totally average black metal whereas most of their other stuff is totally stellar.

It really shouldn't come as a surprise. It's a series in which Vindsval sticks to a much more traditional style. I can actually kind of appreciate that he so clearly just makes the music he wants to, regardless of reception.
Desert Father - 01.12.2014 at 03:17  
Rating: 8 Only listened to it through a few times, it's another great addition to the MV series, it feels like a logical step from MVII.
Vombatus - 04.12.2014 at 15:32  
Rating: 8 The more I listen to it, the more I like it. Some stellar riffs and harmonies.

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