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Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Sunset Mission flac album

Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Sunset Mission flac album
  • Performer Bohren & Der Club Of Gore
  • Title Sunset Mission
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Bohren & der Club of Gore. PIAS (от лица компании " Recordings Germany"); Broma 16, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor, UBEM, The Royalty Network (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (8).

Black Earth is the fourth album by the jazz/ambient band Bohren & der Club of Gore. Black Earth was re-released on the American label Ipecac Recordings in 2004, increasing the band's exposure in the United States. The record has been re-released in 2016 by PIAS Recordings. All songs written by Bohren & der Club of Gore. Midnight Black Earth" – 8:45. Crimson Ways" – 6:39. Maximum Black" – 7:38. Vigilante Crusade" – 7:30. Destroying Angels" – 7:10. Grave Wisdom" – 6:32. Constant Fear" – 6:27.

Listen free to Bohren & der Club of Gore – Sunset Mission (Prowler, On Demon Wings and more). Sunset Mission is the third full-length record from Bohren & der Club of Gore. It is their first album to feature sax player Christoph Clöser, more explicitly exploring jazz than earlier recordings. The liner notes include a quote from Matt Wagner's Grendel comic book, which reads: "Alone in the comforting darkness the creature waits. As confusion reigns on this hellish stage, the deafening grind of machinery, the odious clot of chemical waste  .

The grimly titled ‘Bohren & der Club of Gore’ was formed in 1992 by members of hardcore bands with names like ‘Chronical Diarrhoea’ and ‘Macabre Farmhouse’. With this background, you may expect Bohren to follow in a similar pattern of playing incredibly fast and vicious punk or metal. What the band actually do though is move all the way to the other extreme, playing a slowed down and incredibly sparse mixture of jazz and ambient. There is still a metal influence, but it’s the dark, gloomy and ponderous sound of doom metal, especially Black Sabbath, that Bohren draw from