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Terrific 12¨ purple vinyl and as Waste Editions crew are really into emotive and personal sounds ,on this occasion this new release "Inside us " by Old Coroner can´t be otherwise...

 

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Vir Martialis ‎– Hierophanie - Prelude To A War Of The Future

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Hierophanie - Prelude To A War Of The Future
Label: Rage In Eden
Format: CD, Album
Country: Poland
Released: 28 Jan 2013
Style: Military, Industrial, Neo-Classicalnd Black, 75 x 60 mm

 

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Rage in Eden present the more recent work of Vir Martialis under the name of "Hierophanie - Prelude to a war of the Future-" . This work focused on the sacred, has 11 tracks and more than 45 minutes of pure Industrial Martial music, with a great orchestration and overwhelming forcefulness, Vir Martialis presents complex compositions, epic and evocative of virtues, in this work the spirit of the Vir (Hero) is manifiest more than ever. Barbarossa Umtrunk prints his mystical sign with his collaboration and the German neofolk group Karma Marata gives voice to a powerful track.


"In imitating the exemplary acts of a god or of a mythic hero, or simply by recounting their adventures, the man of an archaic society detaches himself from profane time and magically re-enters the Great Time, the sacred time." Mircea Eliade.

 

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