On this album, Runemagick aim for a thick, occasionally groove-y sound that’s unlike anything I’ve heard before and it’s definitely not a Swedish sounding death metal record either. Sure, the keyboards bring to mind early Edge of Sanity (the break in ‘’For You, My Death’’ does make me think of Unorthodox somewhat) and the melodic leads resemble melodic death metal bands of the mid 90’s, but that’s about it. Thorough the album you’ll get a mix of different riffs conjuring different moods and the band let that be known rather quickly One flaw I can’t let unnoticed is how The Supreme Force of Eternity manages to sound too passive at times. For a death metal album, I find this to be a rather unique, if weird. ’Curse of the Dark Rune’’ and ‘’Nocturnal Creation’’ rather plod along with no real redeeming riffs.
Daniel Moilanen : Drums. 날에 나온 다크니스 데스 둠에 비하면 매우 서정적인 앨범. 비장한 멜로디가 인상적이다. Runemagick Discography. The Supreme Force of Eternity.
Their first full-length, The Supreme Force of Eternity, was released in 1998 on Century Media Records. A lot of those who know Runemagick know them for their derivative and mediocre releases later in their career, the worst being Requiem of the Apocalypse. Many tend to overlook a band’s discography when they hear about one disappointing release. This can be exacerbated if the band is underground, and many do not get the recognition they deserve in the metal community. Runemagick is a band that suffers from this, as their debut album is simply a Death Metal clinic. This album is a great, fiercely underrated debut by Runemagick, and contains all of the elements of a good death metal release. Highlights: At The Horizons End The Black Wall Nocturnal Creation.
Features Song Lyrics for Runemagick's The Supreme Force Of Eternity album. Sign of Eternity, Part II Lyrics. Runemagick Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Runemagick is a Swedish death/doom band formed in 1990. The band was started by Nicklas "Terror" Rudolfsson under the name Desiderius, which was quickly changed to Runemagic. First, the band consisted solely of Rudolfsson, but he was later joined by Robert "Reaper" Pehrsson After a few demos the band fell apart in 1993. The Supreme Force of Eternity (album, 1998). Enter the Realm of Death (album, 1998). Resurrection in Blood (album, 1999). Dark Live Magick (Live, 2001). Ancient Incantations - (Demo material 7", 2001).
Of course Runemagick were hardly alone in motivating this about-face, but it's easy to single them out because they've rarely wavered from that original purpose since unleashing this 1998 debut, The Supreme Force of Eternity. Track one, "At the Horizons End," is the album's longest at eight minutes, and it encapsulates most every aspect of Runemagick's sound