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Odes to No Hereafter


Release date:
September 27th, 2016
Catalog ID:
1 review (avg. 84%)
1. Saktmörkret 00:44   Show lyrics
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2. Pale Maleficence 05:20   Show lyrics
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3. Wither, Tainted Crown 05:48   Show lyrics
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4. Serpent of Rebirth 04:54   Show lyrics
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5. Black Gall (Poisoned Arrows) 05:45   Show lyrics
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6. Nidhuggs Hymn 04:48   Show lyrics
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7. The Transcendent One 05:09   Show lyrics
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8. Kadavret 07:10   Show lyrics
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9. Ödesdödens kalk 01:29   Show lyrics
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Band members
Astraeus Guitars, Vocals, Bass, Keyboards
Jocke Wallgren Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Tore Stjerna Mixing, Mastering
Astraeus Guitars, Vocals, Bass, Keyboards
Tore Stjerna Mixing, Mastering
Read Ov Shadows... and Shadow... 84% TheStormIRide May 6th, 2017

Kadavret is a poem by Charles Baudelaire originally called ‘Une charogne’, featured in Le Fleurs Du Mal (1857). Translated to Swedish as Kadavret by Ivar Björkeson in Det Ondas Blommor (1986). Some stanzas have been removed for the song while others occur twice.

Recording information:

Vocals, guitars, bass and keyboards recorded by Astraeus at Studio T4 Berghof (Gothenburg, Sweden) in summer 2015.

Session drums laid by Jocke Wallgren at Necromorbus Studio (Stockholm, Sweden) in December 2015.

Mixed and mastered by Tore Stjerna at Necromorbus Studio from December 2015 to January 2016.


Barcode: 8002330106980

Added by: Nedur Modified by: Diamhea
Added on: 2016-09-29 15:53:10 Last modified on: 2016-12-15 16:38:18