Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Asenblut - Aufbruch

Band: Asenblut
Album: Aufbruch
Year: 2009
Country: Germany
Genre: Pagan Metal/Black Metal


2.Gedanke & Erinnerung03:42
6.Die Legende05:18
7.Ein Monument04:27
10.Von des Verräters Untergang05:01
Total playing time42:23
Buy the record: Amazon


Drakus said...


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The Recursion King said...

Nice blog, but you've missed a few tricks... Check out the excellent Storm Warrior (especially Heading Northe), Rebellion's History of the Vikings (3 CDs recounting the Icelandic sagas) and Blind Guardian (especially At the Edge of Time) for more Pagan metal power.

johngoff101 said...

Thought this would be fitting for your blog:

Markus Wolff - Walpurgisnacht Print

Wolff’s art focuses on the pagan mythology of his native Germanic lands, bringing to focus folklore often touched upon by heavy metal bands, but with a sophisticated/educated eye. Wolff has been studying the art and ideas of Germanic folk art ever since the inception of his band Crash Worship, touching upon these ideas throughout Crash Worship's graphics and album artwork. Once leaving the band, Wolff brought this artwork to the forefront, utilizing pagan mythology in all his endeavors, from the artwork and graphic design with the band Neurosis, to all of his own musical projects and commissions. Mr. Wolff has been kind enough to work with Serigraphic Systems with the release of “Walpurgisnacht” or "Witch's eve." According to Germanic folklore dating back to the Middle Ages, during the night of "Walpurgisnacht (April 30th; 6 months from "All Hallow's Eve"), witches fly to the mountain tops to congregate with demons and devils. It is believed that psychedelic plants were a cause of these visions.

This print is a 23" x 17" lithographic reproduction and is limited to 100 copies.
Limited to 2 per household.
Available May 30th at noon
Print can be purchased here.

Enquiries can be directed to:

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