keskiviikko 21. huhtikuuta 2010

Misanthropic Poetry - Inhaling the Wind of the Burning Grim Dreams


Misanthropic Poetry - Inhaling the Wind of the Burning Grim Dreams demo 1999
1)
Intro
2) I'm Screaming In The Raven Hills To Sun Will Never Rise
3) Ancient Season Of Misrulli Frost (In My Vastland)
4) Dragons Sail The Night Sky... (Hordes Of The Highest Nocturnal Horizons And The Wizard Star Paths To Oust The Morning Light)
5) Inhaling The Wind Of The Burning Grim Dreams (...And The Mighty Hammer Roars)
6) When The Night Shades My Forest Stones
7) Through The Times To Stone Gills Of Eternity Fall
8) Their Land We'll Come

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Russian black metal, this being the Beverina version of the tape's re-release I had in hand (the other was released by Pussy God recs) and if you could not tell by having a look at the long, long songtitles they were heavily influenced by older Immortal, the "Battles in the North" and "Blizzard Beasts" albums especially being the reference here soundwise and perhaps musically as well, though the feeling is more primitive and savage. There's a bit of shift on the sound from middle of 4th track on (to better), not sure if it's just my tape or some glitch.

I ripped this from original Beverina version, as said on the beginning, which I got from some distro in 1999 and cover scans are included. Not much more to add, it's not really my shot of vodka but feel free to try it.

2 kommenttia:

Huilo Petrovich kirjoitti...

This is actually a side-project of Burial Shades members. I think their main band is way better, though their cassette album (also on Beverina prod.) is not my kind of music, but still interesting to hear their demos from '95 and '96, but they are absolutely rare as hell. Hope some label will re-release them some day. There is also an interview with the members, which gives an expression that these guys thought the right way.
http://www.rusmetal.ru/vae_solis/burialshades.html

Velkaarn kirjoitti...

@Huilo Petrovich:

Thanks for the info, I guess I better check out the main band and see if I could find the demos too. Finding them might be a challenge, though.