Артист: Blut Aus Nord Название: Debemur MoRTi [EP] Жанр: Black Metal Год выхода: 2014 Label: Debemur Morti Productions О музыке:
Blut Aus Nord (French: [blut o n], German: [blut as nt]) is a black metal band from Mondeville, Calvados, France, which
has incorporated avant-garde elements in its music.
Vindsval began a solo project, under the name "Vlad", in 1994. He released two demos before changing the project's name to Blut aus Nord, before
the release of Ultima Thule in 1995. The next three albums were recorded with the aid of session musicians. It is only recently that the group has had
any permanent members apart from Vindsval.
The project's most critically acclaimed release is The Work Which Transforms God, a concept album which, in spite of being mostly instrumental
with none of the lyrics made public, is meant to challenge the listener's prejudices and preconceptions about reality and various metaphysical
subjects. The album was named by Terrorizer Magazine as one of its top 10 albums of 2003. So far, Vindsval has only allowed the lyrics from one of
Blut aus Nord's full-length releases, Memoria Vetusta I, to be made public. According to journalist Avi Pitchon, "Blut Aus Nord are responsible,
perhaps more so than any band, for the most recent evolution within black metal. 2003's 'The Work Which Transforms God' introduced us
to the warped, collapsing mutation of 'black hole metal'; nowadays also called shoegazing BM."
Vindsval is head of the underground French record label Appease Me..., which is home to several extreme metal acts, in addition to Blut aus Nord.
On their follow-up release, 2006's MoRT, Blut aus Nord moved even further away from traditional black metal. The sound on MoRT is closer to
experimental metal, comprising a mixture of dark and surreal noises and sounds that a disturbing and bleak atmosphere.
Blut aus Nord's 2007 album Odinist: The Destruction of Reason by Illumination (the subtitle being a quote from Aleister Crowley), was leaked to
the Internet on September 10, 2007. While the album's superficial sound is similar to that of MoRT, the album demonstrates a return to more
traditional black metal songwriting and structure.
The sequel to Memoria Vetusta I, subtitled Dialogue with the Stars, was released in February 2009. In June 2010 they released a LP entitled "What Once
Was...Liber I" on Debemur Morti Productions. They are currently scheduled to re-release The Mystical Beast of Rebellion in early 2011 thru Debemur
Morti with an additional CD of newly recorded material meant to act as a complimentary work to the original.
The name "Blut aus Nord" translates from German as "Blood from the North", though the non-standard grammar suggests nautical jargon (a more standard
phrasing would be "Blut aus (dem) Norden" or "Blut von Nord(en)," though cardinal directions are seldom used in spoken German to begin with).