Verschlungene Pfade

Adversus

Verschlungene Pfade
Performed By Adversus
Album UPC 4260132550170
CD Baby Track ID 3013098
Label Sonorium
Released 2007-04-06
BPM 136
Rated 0
ISRC DEHC80700242
Year 2007
Spotify Plays 0
Writers
Writer Torsten Schneyer
Pub Co Torsten Schneyer
Composer Torsten Schneyer
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country GERMANY

Description

Gothic Folk crossover, elements from acoustic folk, medieval music, classic orchestra and electronic sounds.

Notes

ADVERSUS is one of the most interesting german gothic-avantgarde bands rising up in the last years. After their successful 2003 debut album "Winter, so unsagbar Winter..." and the second album "Einer Nacht Gewesenes" (2005) the band has gained an overwhelming status in the German gothic and metal scene, far away from the usual sounds in that genre. This all happened without the marketing structures of the big music business: ADVERSUS is still a real underground band on a small German underground label.

The music by ADVERSUS is a very unique mix of highly different style elements from gothic metal / electro / industrial / folk / medieval / classic orchestra, creating atmospheres of very special character. Instruments like violin, contrabass, orchestra are combined with metal guitar, electro sequences, classic female vocals, various male vocal styles from whispering to aggressive shouting.

After the upmost bombastic soundwalls of the first 2 albums, now "Laya" (2007) shows the more calm and acoustic side of this band's work. Includes the new clubhit "Der Wind auf den Feldern" and a new acoustic version of their very first clubhit "Seelenwinter", and a live videoclip on extra datatrack!

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