Tyrael | Der Wald ist mein Zuhause

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Der Wald ist mein Zuhause

by Tyrael

Rumbling growls and skin flaying shrieks, relentlessly pushing and dashing drums and guitars that lack neither brutality nor melody – that is what the songs are made of that took roots in the musicians' minds and that comprise to this album.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Black Metal
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1. To Isengard
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2. Throne Of God
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3:07 album only
3. Der Jäger
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3:26 album only
4. Sonnige Tage
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3:37 album only
5. Gedankenfluß
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4:45 album only
6. Traum der Wirklichkeit
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4:29 album only
7. Wo sind die Meinen?
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2:10 album only
8. Gebrochenes Eis
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3:39 album only
9. Erlkönig
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10. Der Wald ist mein Zuhause
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11. Des Rabens Andacht
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Album Notes
Green metal was born out of the necessity to give Tyrael's music a shape outsiders could grasp. If you call the woods your home, manmade schemes are of little interest. This beast become sound will never submit to the illusion that man calls order...
Some are able to accept that, others will cling to well known notions and patterns even more hysterically. Judgements like “That's not black metal” or “That's not death metal” are reiterated in old routine. Tyrael weaves black and death metal elements into a fabric of grindcore song structures. No wonder people are having a hard time to locate Tyrael's debut “Der Wald ist mein Zuhause” [the woods are my home] in that spectrum, the more so because the band does not chain itself to any of these genres lyric wise. But do these classifications matter at all?
Rumbling growls and skin flaying shrieks, relentlessly pushing and dashing drums and guitars that, like the bass, lack neither brutality nor melody – that is what the songs are made of that took roots in the musicians' minds since the late 90ies and that comprise to this album. From the engrossed beauty of “Wo sind die Meinen?” through the psychotic riffs of “Gedankenfluss” to the merciless killing spree of “Der Jäger” it takes the listener to the woods and shows all their facets – whether he likes them or not. Many a mind gets lost in the scrub...
“Der Wald ist mein Zuhause” reaches a playtime of more than 43 minutes with its 11 songs and comes with an elaborate 16 page booklet with an atmospheric artwork and all lyrics.


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