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Moloch - Meine alte Melancholie
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Meine alte Melancholie


Release date:
May 8th, 2007
Catalog ID:
Прах 037
Version desc.:
Limited edition
De Profundis Productions
99 copies
1 review (avg. 100%)
1. Unsere Melancholie 05:03   instrumental
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2. Urd, Verdandi, Skuld 04:53   instrumental
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3. Einsamkeit 05:37   instrumental
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4. Wintertraum 05:49   instrumental
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5. Nebelklang 02:20   instrumental
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6. Todesstille der Vorhersagen 04:37   instrumental
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7. Melancholie 17.06.06 05:27   instrumental
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Band members
Sergiy Fjordsson Keyboards
Lord Hastner Collaboration on "Unsere Melancholie"
Miscellaneous staff
Lord Hastner Re-mastering (track 7)
Alexander Mastering
Sergiy Fjordsson Photography, Cover art
Sergiy Fjordsson Keyboards
Lord Hastner Collaboration on "Unsere Melancholie"
Lord Hastner Re-mastering (track 7)
Alexander Mastering
Sergiy Fjordsson Photography, Cover art
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Recording information:

First Dark Ambient (or Dungeon Synth?) album of Moloch. Recorded on Reel-to-reel/open-reel [audio] tape recorder in pseudo-stereo mode, live in the woods of Carpathia (tracks 1-6 in Winter-Spring 2007. Track 7 recorded 17/06/2006). No PC programs were used here. All sounds represent a real-time-recording, along with background sounds of the open space and atmosphere of the natural acoustics. Mastered in Stereo mode from original master reels at After Many Funerals studio (Bulgaria) by Alexander. All music written & recorded by Sergiy Fjordsson. Track 1 is a collaboration between Sergiy Fjordsson and Lord Hastner and based on track "Melancholie 17.06.06".

Taken from Moloch website: "The recording quality is raw, cold and primitive, done with minimal equipment (old keyboards, few microphones and 4-track tape recorder), as well as some of the tracks was very difficult to play because of the horrible coldness around... Anyway, here are the results of our journey and our first live field recording in the woods of Carpathia... "

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