Vesania - God The Lux mp3 album
Symphonic Black Metal. 5. /10. Orion - vocals, guitars Siegmar - keyboards Heinrich - bass Daray - drums. Path III Lumen Clamosum. Path IV God The Lux. why can I still see this pitiful world here? set it into flames, now! 'mercy let be off damn them who pity kill and torture, spare not be upon them'. here the thunders rolling through the vaults behold all the walls and pillars tremble crumbs of stained glass are the air to breathe in lightings glitter, truths gasp with sulphur. under the shade of horns naught of this world remains. mercy let be off decomposition for the hell is here and heaven is no more
Band Name Vesania (PL). Album Name God the Lux. Type Album. Дата релиза 25 Апрель 2005. Лейблы Napalm Records (AUT) Empire Records (PL). Музыкальный стильSymphonic Death Black. Владельцы этого альбома89. Re-issue in 2005 by Napalm Records with a new cover.
Album · 2005 · 12 Songs. See All. Distractive Killusions.
Vesania – God The Lux. Label: Napalm Records – NPR 169. Format: CD, Album. God The Lux' was recorded in various points of time between September 2004 and January 2005. Drums, guitars and vocals recorded at 'Hendrix' studio in Lublin. Bass guitar recorded at 'Koszoman' studio, Warsaw.
God The Lux. Release Date: 1 January 2005 Mixed and mastered in february 2005 in Hertz Studio, Bialystok, by Slawek & Wojtek Wieslawski and Vesania. The production is the result of collective work of the entire team of Vesania and sound engineers, idea by Orion and Daray. All music by Orion, arrangements by Orion & Daray; except: ‘The Mystory’ – music by Siegmar, arrangement by Siegmar, Orion and Daray. Lux Fills’, that is: ‘Lumen Clamosum’, ‘Lumen Funestum’, ‘Lumen Coruscum’ – music and digital processing by Siegmar guest musician – Mauser, guitar solo in ‘The Mystory’.
God the Lux is the second full-length album by Polish symphonic black metal band Vesania. It was released on 25 April 2005 through Napalm Records. It was recorded in various points of time between September 2004 and January 2005. The drums, guitars and vocals were recorded at the Hendrix Studio in Lublin, Poland and engineered by Arkadiusz "Malta" Malczewski
Lyrically, the album is so-so. It is split between well written, and sub-par lyrics. Tracks like "Rest in Pain" sport some of the weaker lyrics on the album, in the form of It twists me, when I have you in view/ And I feel like vomiting when I think of you!/ You're all are right/ But live me alone, disappear! While tracks like "Posthuman Kind" show more in depth, thought out lyrics: I want you to remember the blind man/ For you've been seeing with his eyes/ And the mute man/ That still performs his speech to the deaf crowd gathered/ And all of them listening with. "Vesania" means "madness" or "insanity", and this album is insanely good. God the Lux should be considered a landmark of Black Metal. It is a majestic accomplishment, and sits as one of the greatest Black/Death Metal albums I’ve ever heard. The album itself is in three acts, divided by short instrumental parts at tracks 3 (Lumen Clamosum), 7 (Lumen Funestrum), and 10 (Lumen Coruscum). These titles roughly translate to Noisy or Noise-Filled Light, Deadly Light, and Flashing or Flickering Light.