"From Whence We Came" adds piano during an interlude, then blasts off with some wicked riffs. A highlight of this excellent release. For some reason, piano works in Black Metal where synths almost always don't.
Favorite track: From Whence We Came.
Life is a never ending Autumn, a melancholic journey culminating in an eternal winter.
And Black Autumn is delivering since years the perfect soundtrack for it. "Losing The Sun" is no exception, but yet again a step torwards perfection.
The long awaited follow up album to the acclaimed "Aurora - Morgen Rothe im Auffgang" full-length and the "The Advent October" EP.
supported by 25 fans who also own “Losing The Sun”
If it was not for Blayne Smiths review of their latest album on Overkill reviews I might have missed this band. In short the music is like epic Black metal, brutal at times with great melody and total atmosphere to immerse you in. Amazing stuff. Stefan B
supported by 20 fans who also own “Losing The Sun”
this album is just incredible beyond words, there is really nothing i can say to describe how i really feel about it. none, and this album especially, is so personal to me. their music has the power to make you hurt in the best way possible. leave it to none to make the best dsbm you'll ever hear deimos
supported by 19 fans who also own “Losing The Sun”
After listening to Ysyry Mollvün, listening to Downfall of Nur was urgent and turned out to be one of the best decisions I have made in quite some time: Umbras de Barbagia is simply magisterial; the atmosphere can hardly be compared to anything else. There is a deep, palpable connection to nature imbueing each very fibre of this record. The amalgamation of black metal and folk elements is done with a high intuition for detail and class, resulting in a highly immersive experience. Wonderful. David Fischer