Long lost music that we now have the pleasure to be able to listen to in digital format and high quality.
Some of my favorite material from Paysage.. even tho I feel like I say that every time I give my opinion on one of his releases.
Since Paysage d'Hiver's long sold-out split album with Lunar Aurora is being sold for exorbitant collectors' prices, Kunsthall and Cold Dimension are now offering a joint release of this much-sought record.
The LP is available on classic black 180g vinyl with four-page inlay and protection sleeve.
The first-ever CD edition comes as 32-page hardcover book (format: 16x26 cm) with bonus tracks from both bands. This double CD is limited to 1.500 copies.
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This album has been consistently in my rotation since I first heard it in 2021. It will remain in rotation until I am forced to take it out of rotation, don’t take it from me, just let me keep it in there-I NEED this. Thanks. aarobindero
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BAN is one of my favourite black metal bands, and this album is a great example as to why; psychedelic, atmospheric black metal that's enjoyable to listen to the whole way through!
This album reminds me of their 777 series, which is probably why I like it more than anything else they've done recently. Black Metal is easily one of my most-favoured genres when it's not held back by it's stupid conventions that 'trve kvlts' love to upheld. thrashing_fairy
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Finally got this bad boy on vinyl and hot damn, it sounds even better. this is truly a hellish black metal album. locked. in your bed woth sleep paralysis, the demon Melinoe comes and feasts on your dreams. Its this true creativity that made me fall in love with metal. This is an absolutely masterful fusion of dark ambient and black metal, that frankly hasnt been done as well as this. cold cold vocals woth absolutely ferocious guitars, bass and drums with vicious synthesizers makes this an opus. classymusicsnob