Kategorie:
Warenkorb 0

Ihr Warenkorb ist leer

Myrkur - Mausoleum (Live)

Mes favoris

Cet élément a bien été ajouté / retiré de vos favoris.

Mausoleum (Live)

Myrkur

Verfügbar in
logo Hi-Res
24-Bit 96.0 kHz - Stereo

Musik-Streaming

Hören Sie dieses Album mit unseren Apps in hoher Audio-Qualität

Testen Sie Qobuz kostenlos und hören Sie sich das Album an

Hören Sie dieses Album im Rahmen Ihres Streaming-Abonnements mit den Qobuz-Apps

Abonnement abschließen

Hören Sie dieses Album im Rahmen Ihres Streaming-Abonnements mit den Qobuz-Apps

Download

Wählen Sie die Audio-Qualität

Um das Album zu diesem Preis zu kaufen, abonnieren Sie Sublime+

Text in englischer Sprache verfügbar

M, one-woman black metal act Myrkur's debut long-player, was one of the most hotly discussed genre recordings of 2015. More often than not, conversation and criticism centered around the abundant creative writing and music-making that delivered a necessary evolutionary step for black metal. When it was revealed that Myrkur was actually the alter ego of Danish indie pop musician Amalie Bruun (Ex Cops), however, black metal's extremist fringes erupted in a thinly disguised misogynist attack campaign. Thankfully, Bruun -- and her label, Relapse -- paid no mind. The live Mausoleum offers radically stripped-down reworkings of seven M tracks, an inventive cover of Bathory's "Song to Hall Up High," and one new song ("Den Lille Piges Død"). The title reflects the location of the recording: the historic Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum in Norway, chosen for its gorgeous acoustics. Bruun sings and plays piano. She is accompanied by the Norwegian Girls Choir and Snøhvitt guitarist Håvard Jorgensen (also ex-Ulver). This set peels back the dynamic and production layers to reveal the European folk aesthetics at the heart of M's songs -- and, if we're being honest, in early black metal itself (where do you think those strange minor modal melodies and chants came from, after all). The music here is intimate and delicate, eerie, and icily beautiful, but it is also executed with authority. Check "Jeg Er Guden, I Er Tjenerne," with its wordless cascading intro -- underscored by the choral voices and the cavernous reverb of the venue -- and pronounced middle-register piano chords. Its melody exists at two intersecting planes: the lead vocal seems to come from the subterranean earth itself, while the chorus comes from above, adding a spiritual dimension. It hovers atmospherically in the twilight, but its emotion is resonant. The contrapuntal interplay between Bruun's piano and Håvard's acoustic guitar on "Den Lille Piges Død" offers a classical dimension to a folk song. The singer's alto bridges them with a heartbreakingly sorrowful narrative. On "Frosne Vind," Håvard gently inverts the changes on the age-old melody of "Greensleeves," as Bruun and the choir deliver a five-part harmonic countermelody that transforms it. The Bathory cover is almost funereally slow; sans piano, its presentation balances medieval and renaissance harmony with a progressive pop melody. Shorn of its anthemic, buzzing electric guitars and fat double-timed kick drums, "Dypt I Skoven" is a Gothic hymn, somber yet tender and moving. Mausoleum is a rare recording in that its appeal is vast. More liberal fans of classical crossover, darkwave, and even metal itself can easily -- and should -- embrace it. Underneath all the power of M lies a sophisticated music that reveals its lineage and sources of inspiration, and in doing so illuminates another aspect of Myrkur's signature talent.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

Weitere Informationen

Mausoleum (Live)

Myrkur

launch qobuz app Ich habe die Qobuz Desktop-Anwendung für Windows / MacOS bereits heruntergeladen Öffnen

download qobuz app Ich habe die Qobuz Desktop-Anwendung für Windows / MacOS noch nicht heruntergeladen Downloaden Sie die Qobuz App

Kopieren Sie den folgenden Link, um das Album zu teilen

Sie hören derzeit Ausschnitte der Musik.

Hören Sie mehr als 50 Millionen Titel mit unseren Streaming-Abonnements

Hören Sie dieses Album und mehr als 50 Millionen weitere Titel im Rahmen Ihres Streaming-Abonnements mit unseren Apps.

1
Vølvens spådom (Live)
00:01:16

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

2
Jeg er guden, I er tjenerne (Live)
00:03:22

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

3
Skøgen skulle dø (Live)
00:03:20

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

4
Byssan lull (Live)
00:02:39

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

5
Den lille piges død (Live)
00:04:01

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

6
Frosne vind (Live)
00:01:50

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

7
Onde Børn (Live)
00:04:00

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

8
Song to Hall Up High (Live)
00:02:55

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

9
Dybt i skoven (Live)
00:03:47

Myrkur, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Relapse Records (P) 2016 Relapse Records Inc.

Albumbeschreibung

M, one-woman black metal act Myrkur's debut long-player, was one of the most hotly discussed genre recordings of 2015. More often than not, conversation and criticism centered around the abundant creative writing and music-making that delivered a necessary evolutionary step for black metal. When it was revealed that Myrkur was actually the alter ego of Danish indie pop musician Amalie Bruun (Ex Cops), however, black metal's extremist fringes erupted in a thinly disguised misogynist attack campaign. Thankfully, Bruun -- and her label, Relapse -- paid no mind. The live Mausoleum offers radically stripped-down reworkings of seven M tracks, an inventive cover of Bathory's "Song to Hall Up High," and one new song ("Den Lille Piges Død"). The title reflects the location of the recording: the historic Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum in Norway, chosen for its gorgeous acoustics. Bruun sings and plays piano. She is accompanied by the Norwegian Girls Choir and Snøhvitt guitarist Håvard Jorgensen (also ex-Ulver). This set peels back the dynamic and production layers to reveal the European folk aesthetics at the heart of M's songs -- and, if we're being honest, in early black metal itself (where do you think those strange minor modal melodies and chants came from, after all). The music here is intimate and delicate, eerie, and icily beautiful, but it is also executed with authority. Check "Jeg Er Guden, I Er Tjenerne," with its wordless cascading intro -- underscored by the choral voices and the cavernous reverb of the venue -- and pronounced middle-register piano chords. Its melody exists at two intersecting planes: the lead vocal seems to come from the subterranean earth itself, while the chorus comes from above, adding a spiritual dimension. It hovers atmospherically in the twilight, but its emotion is resonant. The contrapuntal interplay between Bruun's piano and Håvard's acoustic guitar on "Den Lille Piges Død" offers a classical dimension to a folk song. The singer's alto bridges them with a heartbreakingly sorrowful narrative. On "Frosne Vind," Håvard gently inverts the changes on the age-old melody of "Greensleeves," as Bruun and the choir deliver a five-part harmonic countermelody that transforms it. The Bathory cover is almost funereally slow; sans piano, its presentation balances medieval and renaissance harmony with a progressive pop melody. Shorn of its anthemic, buzzing electric guitars and fat double-timed kick drums, "Dypt I Skoven" is a Gothic hymn, somber yet tender and moving. Mausoleum is a rare recording in that its appeal is vast. More liberal fans of classical crossover, darkwave, and even metal itself can easily -- and should -- embrace it. Underneath all the power of M lies a sophisticated music that reveals its lineage and sources of inspiration, and in doing so illuminates another aspect of Myrkur's signature talent.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

Informationen zu dem Album

Verbessern Sie diese Seite

Qobuz logo Warum Musik bei Qobuz kaufen?

Aktuelle Sonderangebote...
The Complete Studio Albums Creedence Clearwater Revival
Folk Singer Muddy Waters
Live At The Regal B.B. King
Mehr auf Qobuz
Von Myrkur

Playlists

Das könnte Ihnen auch gefallen...
City Burials Katatonia
RAMMSTEIN Rammstein
Opiate TOOL
Panorama-Artikel...
Destination Mond: The Dark Side of the Moon

Das Flaggschiff der Diskografie von Pink Floyd, "The Dark Side of the Moon", ist das Ergebnis eines relativ langen Arbeitsprozesses, der beinahe bis 1968 zurückreicht. Für Nick Mason hat alles mit dem Album "A Saucerful of Secrets" begonnen. Danach folgte die Platte "Ummagumma", auf der die verschiedenen Persönlichkeiten sich ausdrücken und zusammenschließen konnten. Pink Floyd setzten ihre Suche nach dem idealen Album anschließend mit "Meddle" (mit dem die Band abermals unter Beweis stellte, wie sehr sie die Arbeit im Studios meistert) und "Atom Heart Mother" fort, bevor sie mit "The Dark Side of the Moon" ein Nirwana erreichen, dessen Perfektion auch 45 Jahre nach seiner Veröffentlichung nicht verblasst ist.​

Alice Cooper meidet keine Gefahr

Alice Coopers Werdegang ist vor allem ein besonderer Fall von gespaltener Persönlichkeit. Ähnlich wie in „Der seltsame Fall des Dr. Jekyll und Mr. Hyde“ hat sich der Sänger Vincent Furnier dem Showman Alice Cooper unterworfen. Wie er selbst eingesteht, bleibt derjenige, der in den Interviews immer in der dritten Person von Alice spricht, in seinem Privatleben ein durchaus einfacher und normaler Mensch, der mit diesen zahllosen ausschweifenden und provozierenden Bühnenauftritten wenig zu tun hat. Seine ganze vierundfünfzigjährige Karriere hindurch lässt sich angesichts seiner zahlreichen stilistischen Varianten außerdem eine gewisse Schizophrenie beobachten. Zwar wird ihm die Erfindung des Schock-Rock gutgeschrieben, er hat aber alles, oder fast alles mit mehr oder weniger viel Erfolg ausprobiert. Vom Pop, über den Heavy Metal, New Wave oder Industrial bis hin zu den Anfängen des Hardrock…

Aktuelles...