Funeral Winds - Godslayer XUL album flac
Godslayer Xul. Лицензиар. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Metalhit.
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Black Metal Funeral Winds (NL). 1. For the Glory of XUL. 2. A Diabolical Meeting. 3. Thy Eternal Flame. 4. Visions of Afterlife. 5. Resurrection of the Five Winds. 6. When Twilight Shines Over. 7. Screaming for Grace.
Funeral Winds play the old-school black metal card and generally do not move an inch away from it; yes, there are also keyboards, but these are so rare that their overall impact can basically be ignored. The songs are generally fast and pretty straight-forward without solos and too complex arrangements. This is black metal with its basic elements and without compromises. M. Xul screams like there would be no tomorrow and provides the listener with some hilarious lyrics. Yes, there is cliché without end and the Dutch band plays the card without any doubt about the impact that it may have
Funeral Winds - Godslayer Xul 8 songs lyrics: For The Glory Of XUL, A Diabolical Meeting, Thy Eternal Flame, Visions Of Afterlife, Resurrection Of The Five Winds, When Twilight Shines Over The Forgotten Fields, Screaming For Grace, Night Of The Utterdark.
Dutch Black Metal Albums. Funeral Winds - Godslayer Xul. Tracklist.
For The Glory Of Xul. This song is by Funeral Winds and appears on the album Godslayer Xul (1998)
Funeral Winds - Godslayer Xul, Album - CD, 2003 Death to Mankind Re. Malignance" is the debut full-length studio album by Canadian blackened death metal act XUL. The album was self-released at a "Name your Price" option on the band´s Bandcamp profile in June 2012. The music on the album is blackened death metal or death metal infused black metal. The scale really doesn´t tip either way in a manner where I can comfortably call this either death metal or black metal. The important thing here is of course if it works.
|1||–Funeral Winds||For The Glory Of XUL||6:27|
|2||–Funeral Winds||A Diabolical Meeting||3:20|
|3||–Funeral Winds||Thy Eternal Flame||5:17|
|4||–Funeral Winds||Visions Of Afterlife||3:03|
|5||–Funeral Winds||Resurrection Of The Five Winds||6:35|
|6||–Funeral Winds||When Twilight Shines Over The Forgotten Fields||2:47|
|7||–Funeral Winds||Screaming For Grace||2:52|
|8||–Funeral Winds||Night Of The Utterdark||3:23|
|9||–Inferi||The Raven's Son (Birth Of A Warlock)||5:23|
|10||–Inferi||December (Cry For War)||4:54|
|11||–Inferi||Siren Voice Of The Ancient||3:19|
|12||–Inferi||In The Sign Of Chaos||3:02|
- Bass – I. XUL (tracks: 1 to 8), M. XUL (tracks: 9 to 12), Y. XUL (tracks: 9 to 12)
- Design – H. XUL*
- Drums – Y. XUL (tracks: 1 to 8), Y. XUL (tracks: 9 to 12)
- Guitar – H. XUL* (tracks: 1 to 8), H. XUL* (tracks: 9 to 12), M. XUL (tracks: 9 to 12)
- Lyrics By – Funeral Winds
- Music By – Funeral Winds
- Producer – Frits van Mourik, Funeral Winds
- Recorded By – Remco Helbers (tracks: 1 [Intro])
- Vocals – H. XUL* (tracks: 9 to 12), M. XUL (tracks: 1 to 8)
Notes"After the recordings of the "Godslayer XUL" album back in '95. I. Xul left the band and M. XUL took over his role as bassplayer, for a while he did bass and vocals, but after some months of reheasing, the spirit of Funeral Winds grew weak because of a lack of inspiration. We started to play old Inferi songs and it seemed that we had inspiration enough to write new Inferi material, so we decided to concentrate entirely on Inferi from that moment on. In early 1997 we recorded four songs which were meant to appear on a split with dutch Tartaros released by Creations of Necromantical Mysteriis, but unfortunately this CD never appeared.
In the meantime rumours rose that Funeral Winds was dead and buried, but the only band that died that year was Inferi. Y.XUL and we picked up the old Funeral Winds songs and started to rehearse again, unfortunately we didn't succeed in fiding suitable lien up. New members joined and left, wich resulted in only one live show in 5 years time and no single new FW song recorded. Meanwhile Y. XUL was involved in many other bands and had no time left for Wuneral Winds.
It took until mid 2001 when Funeral Winds finally got the proper line up to start working on a new album.... I think the Inferi songs deserve to be released an last and this re-release of the "Godslayer XUL" album seemed a great opportunity to add those tracks as a bonus to this album.
Tracks 9 to 12 original recorded during winter/spring anno 1997 for Creations Of Necromantical Mysteriis.
Tracks 1 to 8 recorded and mixed at Studio Het Pand, Vlaardingen 1995.
Intro recorded at Helbers Studio's, Rotterdam
|D-9804001 CD||Funeral Winds||Godslayer XUL (CD)||Daimonion||D-9804001 CD||Netherlands||1998|
|DTM007, DTM 007||Funeral Winds||Godslayer XUL (LP, Album, RE)||Death To Mankind, Death To Mankind||DTM007, DTM 007||Spain||2003|