Thursday, 18 September 2014

Tulus ‎– Evil 1999 (1999)

Country: Norway

1. Menneskefar 02:59
2. Tarantulus 04:44
3. Draug 03:01
4. Cyprianus 03:23
5. Dokkemaker 03:02
6. Salme 05:55
7. Blodstrup 02:14
8. Sjel 03:17
9. Dårskap Til Visdom 02:37
10. Kviteheim 03:46

Tulus is a Norwegian black metal band, formed in 1993 in Oslo. 
The band was inactive from 2000 to 2006 and members of Tulus went and formed the band Khold
After Khold went on hold in 2006, Blodstrup and Sarke resurrected Tulus
Tulus has a “fourth member” (Blodstrup’s wife, Hildr aka Hilde Nymoen), who writes all lyrics for both Tulus and Khold.
Evil 1999 was recorded at Panser Studio and its their third album.

Here the band offers well played Norwegian, mid-nineties style, black metal with some black ‘n’ roll riffs 
combined with a folk touch, clean vocals and very good audible bass parts.
 The lyrics deal with Norwegian myths, sagas, troll magic and witchcraft.


Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Fabio Frizzi ‎– ...E Tu Vivrai Nel Terrore! L'ALDILA' (1981)

Composer: Fabio Frizzi

1. Oltre La Soglia (Alternate) 01:35
2. Oltre La Soglia (Alternate#2) 02:20
3. Voci Dal Nulla 04:25
4. Sequenza Coro E Orchestra (Alternate) 02:27
5. Suono Aperto 03:56
6. Voci Dal Nulla 04:16
7. Oltre La Soglia 03:59
8. Giro Di Blues (Alternate) 02:20
9. Verso L'Ignoto 03:56
10. Suono Aperto (Alternate) 01:32
11. Sequenza Ritmica E Tema (Alternate) 01:36
12. Voci Dal Nulla 02:56
13. Oltre La Soglia (Alternate#3) 01:42
14. Sequenza Ritmica E Tema (Alternate#2) 04:22
15. Giro Di Blues 02:20
16. Verso L'Ignoto 03:21
17. Voci Dal Nulla (Alternate) 01:36
18. Suono Aperto 01:22
19. Sequenza Coro E Orchestra 04:30
20. Voci Dal Nulla (Alternate#2) 01:32

Fabio Frizzi (born July 2, 1951) is an Italian composer, best known for his film scores he produced 
for the legendary Italian horror director Lucio Fulci
His soundtrack work, (featured in films such as "Zombi 2", also known as "Zombie Flesh Eaters", 
"City of the Living Dead" and "The Beyond"), is minimalistic and highly atmospheric, 
featuring heavy use of synthesizers and slow, repetitive rhythms.
"The Beyond" (original Italian title "...E Tu Vivrai Nel Terrore! L'ALDILA'", 
also released as "Seven Doors of Death") is a 1981 Italian horror film directed by Lucio Fulci
The second film in Fulci's unofficial Gates of Hell trilogy 
(along with "City of the Living Dead" and "The House by the Cemetery"), 
"The Beyond" has gained a cult following over the decades, in part because of the film's gore-filled murder sequences, 
which had been heavily censored when the film was originally released in the United States in 1983.


Sunday, 14 September 2014

Type O Negative ‎– October Rust (1996)

Country: United States

1. Bad Ground 00:38
2.   00:21
3. Love You To Death 07:09
4. Be My Druidess 05:26
5. Green Man 05:48
6. Red Water (Christmas Mourning) 06:49
7. My Girlfriend's Girlfriend 03:46
8. Die With Me 07:13
9. Burnt Flowers Fallen 06:10
10. In Praise Of Bacchus 07:37
11. Cinnamon Girl 04:01
12. The Glorious Liberation Of The People's Technocratic Republic Of Vinnland By The Combined Forces

Of The United Territories Of Europa 01:07
13. Wolf Moon (Including Zoanthropic Paranoia) 06:38
14. Haunted 10:07
15.   00:09

Type O Negative was a gothic/doom metal band from Brooklyn, New York City.
Their lyrical emphasis on themes of romance, depression, and death 

resulted in the nickname "The Drab Four" (in homage to The Beatles' "Fab Four" moniker).
The band went Platinum with 1993's "Bloody Kisses", and Gold with 1996's "October Rust", 
and gained a fanbase through seven studio albums, two best-of compilations, and concert DVDs.
On April 14, 2010, lead vocalist, bassist, and principal songwriter Peter Steele died, reportedly from heart failure.

Members Kenny Hickey and Johnny Kelly stated in a November 2010 interview that the band would not continue.
Type O's "October Rust" picked up where "Bloody Kisses" left off, 

this album continued to explore themes of sex and sensuality, explored in a humorous sense on the single 
"My Girlfriend's Girlfriend" and then taken much darker with "Love You To Death". 
This record also saw a cover of Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl" as well as the fan favorite, "Green Man".