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Saturday, December 29, 2012

ULVER / Themes from William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1998)

Themes… presents the entire text of William Blake's masterpiece set to music. It took me many listens to fully appreciate what Ulver were attempting to do. The experimental fusion of Avant-garde, Metal, Industrial, Progressive ambience and Spoken Word mirrors the infusion of conflicting and progressive thinking that Blake offered in his writing.
The album features guest vocal contributions from Ihsahn (Emperor / Peccatum), Samoth (Emperor / Zyklon) and Fenriz (Darkthrone).

Songs of Note: It's a double concept album, 19 tracks. Too many to choose from.

4 religious ponderings out of 5

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