777 - The Desanctification

by BLUT AUS NORD

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Ken Goodey
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Ken Goodey This is precisely the stuff that I love most from Blut Aus Nord. An oddly stuttering and twisting aural banquet that weaves its way into your head and gently caresses your subconscious in a way that can leave you feeling a little ill at ease, while still yearning for more. Grand and powerful music, which you feel as well as hear. Favorite track: Epitome X.
Joe Wipp
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Joe Wipp So many damn great ideas just some of the song writing leaves me kind of hanging, nether the less it's a very good album, it's unpredictable and truly unconventional. Favorite track: Epitome XII.
Silas
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Silas As the highlight of the 777 trilogy, you see Blut Aus Nord hardly showing the abrasive black metal they are more known for. Instead, you are presented hypnotic, beat-driven tracks that are likely to send you into a trance. There is a slight industrial feel to the album and the result is fantastic. It is still very much a familiar B.A.N sound, but the progressive/experimental aspects have made this one my favorite. Favorite track: Epitome X.
Justin Berry
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Justin Berry If you aren't familiar with this band yet, start with "sect(s)" Amazing. Their 3rd 777 release is my favorite. Favorite track: Epitome VII.
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And so comes to pass the second chapter in BLUT AUS NORD's "777" trilogy - "The Desanctification". Having prophesised impending disaster on the predecessor, "777 - Sect(s)", BLUT AUS NORD moves deeper into a nightmare realm, i.e. reality. This new work illustrates the precise moment when man finds himself embraced in frightening, almost unbearable solitude in a deconstructed world void of all material and spiritual elements. "777 - The Desanctification" captures the shocking aftermath of mankind's liberation from the constraints of culture, history and superstition - he is freed of idols but now stands alone in a massive, empty universe. Devoid of emotion; without purpose or reason. It's a terrifying place to be, yet, as modern man, we all reside here. With political, religious and philosophical power negated - and time (our great companion) annihilated - the celestial being is stripped bare, reality altered amid irreversible illumination. Unmistakably BLUT AUS NORD, "777 - The Desanctification" is typically swarming, manic and cascading but also more ambient and atmospheric than "777 - Sect(s)". With speed and violence eschewed in favour of morose moods and unsettling soundscapes, this journey is meditative, trancelike and intriguing. Are you ready to be desanctified?

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released November 11, 2011

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« And the Lord said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made them.» (Genesis 6/1-7)

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