Memoria Vetusta I (Fathers Of The Icy Ages)

by BLUT AUS NORD

supported by
Ken Goodey
Ken Goodey thumbnail
Ken Goodey I can understand, to a certain extent, why some BM fans get upset when an artist changes style from what you might call traditional to something more progressive/experimental, but I really believe that BAN have managed to make changes throughout their career, sometimes from album to album, without losing any of the feel that they had on early works like this one. That’s probably why I find I can listen to anything from their catalogue and it doesn’t feel at all dated. Favorite track: The Forsaken Voices of the Ghostwood's Shadowy Realm.
Dean Vincent
Dean Vincent thumbnail
Dean Vincent BAN's sophomore release, already aural and expansive at this stage. A fine improvement from "Ultima Thulee" (which in itself is a good album) and the first real showing of their atmospheric capabilities, yet still tempered by that harsh coldness. Favorite track: Day of Revenge (The Impure Blood of Theirs).
/
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

about

Originally released in 1996 by Impure Creation Records,

credits

released April 22, 2015

tags

license

all rights reserved

about

Blut Aus Nord France

Theoricians of Insane Aestheticism


BLUT AUS NORD are creators of a hallucinogenic universe, erasing all preconceived ideas of Black Metal - and extreme music in general.

They redefine the rules...
... more

contact / help

Contact Blut Aus Nord

Streaming and
Download help