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Skendöd - Vanskapt album mp3

Performer: Skendöd
Title: Vanskapt
Country: Italy
Released: 2008
Style: Black Metal
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 782
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Vanskapt ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE). War Against Yourself. First and foremost, they’re an unsigned act and have released ‘Vanskapt’, their debut full-length record, independently. Though not every band with a label are musical geniuses, it does help in regards to settling fears over black metal bedroom bands with next to no creativity. Fortunately, Skendöd are one of the few independent acts that do not suffer at the hands on having no label behind them to promote and distribute their material. As far as I’m aware, ‘Vanskapt’ is revealing its talent to a rather large black metal fan base through word-of-mouth.

Дата релиза 01 Декабрь 2008. Лейблы Self-Released. Музыкальный стильAtmospheric Black. Владельцы этого альбома1. 2. Dess Vidriga Djup.

Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Release date: December 1st, 2008.

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Vanskapt Information. Track listing (Songs). 1. Mörkrets disharmoni.

Skendöd is a depressive black metal band located in Iceland, but it is members from both Iceland and Sweden. Line-up; Árni - Music Ulf - Vocals and lyrics. They released their first full-lenght album in 2008, named ''Vanskapt''.

Artists Skendöd Vanskapt Tid bränner allt. Tid bränner allt Skendöd. Unknown Submit Tempo. We don't know the tempo for this song, sorry :( But wait, you do!

Tracklist

1 Prolog (Vanskapt) 4:05
2 Dess Vidriga Djup 12:55
3 Anorexians Svarta Ängel 11:34
4 Tid Bränner Allt 11:43
5 Filosofen, Emissarien Och Arkitekten 10:24
6 Epilog (Ångest) 4:50

Notes

English translation of tracklist:

1. Prologue (Deformed)
2. It's Disgusting Depth
3. The Black Angel of Anorexia
4. Time Burns Everything
5. The Philosopher, the Emissary and the Architect
6. Epilogue (Anxiety)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LAST WAY CD 077 Skendöd Vanskapt ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) War Against Yourself LAST WAY CD 077 Italy 2017


Reviews (1)
Jediathain
Most black metal fans are beginning to show signs that they’re aware of the blossoming scene in Iceland, a country home to bands like Sólstafir who have gained international success, particularly after the release of their latest effort, ‘Köld’. Having recently managed to catch Sólstafir in the flesh in London, my attentions have turned towards Iceland to provide me with more obscure talents because their coloured history suggests they have them, though they may be difficult to find. We only need to look towards Potentiam’s illustrious career and their national treasure, ‘Bálsýn’, to understand why there is some form of hype, however small it might seem in comparison to Europe’s elite, surrounding this distinctively cold scene. Though bands like Sólstafir may have moved on from their hybrid of black metal and Viking music, there is still a sufficient base of talent left behind in their wake. The underground scene in Iceland has a number of representatives of this fact and this most certainly includes Skendöd, a two-man band with massive potential. Once again, Skendöd make me confront some issues that worry the majority of us to our core. First and foremost, they’re an unsigned act and have released ‘Vanskapt’, their debut full-length record, independently. Though not every band with a label are musical geniuses, it does help in regards to settling fears over black metal bedroom bands with next to no creativity. Fortunately, Skendöd are one of the few independent acts that do not suffer at the hands on having no label behind them to promote and distribute their material. As far as I’m aware, ‘Vanskapt’ is revealing its talent to a rather large black metal fan base through word-of-mouth. I don’t recall how I came across Skendöd, but I had been waiting to hear this record for several months before I finally got my hands on it and by that time, Skendöd had already demonstrated that they have the potential to become one of Iceland’s leading black metal bands alongside acts like Dysthymia who have already established themselves with the release of their own debut, ‘The Shivering Opus’, a well rounded hybrid affair who’re also lead by this bands leading instrumentalist Árni, which should hopefully be an indication of how adept the musicians are since they’re both part of bands who have served well in their respective scenes. Though the Icelandic scene is small, it is obviously home to some exceptional musicians, like Árni, who’re forging their names into the history books and creating a healthy reputation for the underground scene in smaller nations that lack the recognition to succeed on a larger scale at this point, though things are able to change in the future. Dispelling fears is something Skendöd are well equipped at doing. Vocalist, Ulf, is a well established musician who has played notable roles with well known bands like Livsnekad and Árni’s career is already well documented as being a general success, even at this early stage. Together, the two musicians form a strong alliance which is bonded by typical influences such as Burzum and perhaps even early-to-mid era Shining. Despite the ill-advised use of an introduction and outro, Skendöd have four impressive songs to sample on this mammoth debut, ‘Vanskapt’. Although I initially suspected that the songs would feel too long and draining, perhaps losing their edge over a sustained period of time, given the main four songs are all over ten minutes long, my fears were once again quashed by the sublime song writing abilities that have gained Skendöd, and this debut, a number of superlatives from black metal followers who can now class themselves as fans. Song writing is pivotal to any band, but even more so when an act opts to portray their songs over a long period of time. It’s easy for a song to become tiresome after several minutes, so, in order to keep things fresh, Skendöd have opted for imperative layers that make their sound more accessible, despite the long duration of the songs. The guitar layering, first and foremost, is the main positive to take from this record and is symbolic of the key song writing that Árni introduces the listener to within the first few moments of the first main song. However, it isn’t until ‘Anorexians Svarta Ångel’ is applied that we see the true genius behind the song writing. This song gives an indication that the Icelandic band have been influenced by depressive acts like Shining, who’s brooding and dark sound captured the souls of an era with their first three records before ‘The Eerie Cold’ decided to change the projection of material. Whether this record should be classed simply as an atmospheric black metal release, or a depressive black metal release isn’t for me to say as a matter of fact. Personally, I think it adheres to either side making it more marketable, churning out a wonderfully dark atmosphere that reminds me of the cold Icelandic landscapes and a depressive side which reminds me of changing seasons, when Summer begins to class with Autumn and the hopeful leaves change their colours towards a fiery orange and red which hints as the sadness of the melancholic season to come as it draws closer to the bleakness of winter. The vocals, provided specifically by Ulf, don’t remind me of either Burzum, or Shining for the most part, though they can take on the agonising clean style of voice that Kvarforth utilises. They’re not rasped in a clichéd fashion, but vehemently growled in a vicious tone. They work surprisingly well within the deep, dark themes of the record, supplying the listener with an added emphasis on the troubles of the emotional side. Some of the riffs adhere to depressive bands like Wigrid, specifically ‘Anorexians Svarta Ångel’ when it reaches the four minute mark when the clean style meets the distortion in a fury and haze. Bass is sometimes neglected because of the distortion based style, but it doesn’t seem as if it would have been a pivotal part of the record anyway. Highlights include ‘Anorexians Svarta Ångel’ and ‘Filosofen, Emissarien och Arkitekten’.- Perplexed_Sjel, November 19th, 2009

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