Enslaved - Beyond The Doors mp3 album
Band Name Enslaved (GER-1). Album Name Beyond the Doors. 2. Like Dust in the Sands. 3. Confusion of Pain. 5. (F)alk Gruber (Outro). Other productions from Enslaved (GER-1). Albums in Thrash Metal.
Mardraum – Beyond the Within is the fifth studio album by Norwegian heavy metal band Enslaved. Grutle Kjellson – bass guitar, electronics, vocals, arrangement, production, mixing. Roy Kronheim – guitar, arrangement, production, mixing. Dirge Rep (Per Husebø) – drums, percussion, arrangement, production, mixing. Lars Szöke – recording, engineering.
Live photos by K. Oustad (kristofferoustadail. Layout & Illusions by Enslaved (unionavedunion. P & C 2000 osmose productions. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws. Under Exclusive License to NECROPOLIS RECORDS. Made in USA. NR068CD (printed on disc).
The former album, Mardraum-Beyond the Within, has been described by no other than vocalist and bassist Grutje Kjellson as the band's ultimate shift in musical styles. The fact that the album's title refers to the idea of one stepping out their own reality and into another, obscurer one, is not surprising at all, given that many of the band's lyrical content in recent times has depended solely on such themes as transcendence, shifts into other dimensions and spiritual energy
This 14th full-length masterpiece sets the musical mind-twisters free from genre boundaries and offers a unprecedented mix of prog, extreme metal and shoegaze on 8 tracks with a play time of more than an hour
The former album, Mardraum-Beyond the Within, has been described by no other than vocalist and bassist Grutje Kjellson as the band's ultimate shift in musical styles. The fact that the album's title refers to the idea of one stepping out of their own reality and into another, obscurer one, is not surprising at all, given that many of the band's lyrical content in recent times has depended solely on such themes as transcendence, shifts into other dimensions and spiritual energy. Heavily contrasted to the point at which it often feels scatterbrained, Mardraum: Beyond the Within is perhaps the greatest evolutionary leap Enslaved has taken in their career. It's not the ONLY major shift in their creative tectonics, mind you, but in comparison to the potency and focus of its predecessor (Blodhemn), this almost feels like a different band.
Mardraum: Beyond The Within' opens with almost an overture of sorts; 'Stшrre enn Tid - Tyngre enn Natt' goes through a number of different ideas and sounds before the vocals are even itnroduced.
Enslaved Albums Ranked. Deathlike Silence, Osmose, Candlelight, Nuclear Blast. But, most incredible of all, is that after all of these audacious adventures, filled with so many potential pitfalls and mortal dangers for those who venture to virgin lands, one can honestly and astonishingly assert that there’s really no such thing as a bad Enslaved album! All of which makes ranking the group’s discography from great to greatest a rather subjective enterprise, but we hope you’ll tag along to gauge for yourselves. Where Do Enslaved Rank Among the 10 Greatest Black Metal Bands? Darkthrone Albums Ranked. Filed Under: Enslaved.
|A2||Like Dust In The Sands|
|B1||Confusion Of Pain|
|B2||Beyond The Doors|
|B3||(F)alk Gruber (Outro)|
- Recorded At – Mainstreet Studio
- Bass – Mario Steindl
- Drums – Uwe Steinacker
- Guitar – Stefan Hofmann , Thorsten Bauer
- Producer, Mixed By – Enslaved , Falk Gruber
- Vocals – Bernd Reinhardt