芬兰维京民谣黑:月伤 Moonsorrow《10CD》1997-2016/FLAC/BD

Moonsorrow是1995年在赫尔辛基成立的芬兰异教金属乐队。在音乐上,该乐队在声音中融合了黑色金属和民间金属元素。乐队称他们的声音为“史诗般的异教金属” ,并试图与“ 维京金属 ” 一词保持距离。他们与其他民间金属乐队保持距离,强调他们的音乐是异教和精神的,对于听众来说是挑战性的,而不是快乐或可跳舞的。乐队成员的异教信仰水平各异,但他们借鉴异教徒的灵性来获得歌词和灵感。

该集团最早形成由表兄弟维尔·索瓦利(主唱和贝司)和亨利·索瓦利(吉他,键盘,也键盘的FINNTROLL,裂魂人,和会话的成员Ensiferum)谁发布了分别的更多特征的各种演示旋律金属黑不是未来发布。

他们的首张专辑Suden Uni于2000年初录制,并于1999年初与TämäIkuinen Talvi(“这个永恒的冬天”)一起发行,该专辑重新发行了1999年的演示。Suden Uni(“狼的梦”)结合了芬兰的异教和民间元素。招募了Mitja Harvilahti和MarkusEurén之后,Moonsorrow开始现场演奏,并于2001年下半年发行了Voimasta Ja Kunniasta(《力量与荣誉》)。随后,他们于2003年发行了Kivenkantaja(“ Stonebearer”)和Verisäkeet(“ Blood Verses”)发行于2005年。这张专辑也是他们首个在曲目之间使用鸟鸣和crack啪作响等环境声音的公司。

2006年1月,乐队开始演奏他们的第一次美国演出在异教徒的圣战Metalfest在哥伦比亚高地,MN。2006年3月7日,Moonsorrow宣布与Spinefarm Records签订了2张专辑合同,并且他们的下一张专辑定于2006年底发行。6月19日,据透露,即将发行的专辑将以前者ThomasVäänänen的客串演唱瑟芬的主唱; Viides Luku-Hävitetty(“第五章-肆虐”)于2007年1月发行。专辑仅包含两首曲目,并且受到渐进摇滚的影响更大。

名为Tulimyrsky的EP于2008年发行。EP长达一个小时,其中包含一首新歌(标题曲),两首旧歌翻录和两首翻唱。它由Spinefarm Records在全球发行,5月,德国唱片公司Drakkar Entertainment在德国,奥地利和瑞士发行了该唱片。

在2010年秋天,Moonsorrow进入录音室,录制他们的第六张全长录音室专辑《Varjoina kuljemme kuolleiden maassa》(《我们走在死者之地的阴影》)。专辑于2011年2月21日通过Spinefarm Records发行。

2012年4月,Moonsorrow在其官方网站上宣布,他们已与Century Media Records签署了一项协议。乐队评论说:“我们很高兴开始与Century Media合作,该品牌已经是许多同行艺术家的家!我们从来没有半途而废地做出自己的音乐,而且我们知道我们的艺术在拥有经营唱片公司的心态相同。现在,自我们发行上一张专辑一年后,我们就可以开始创作新作品了。这是Moonsorrow史诗般旅程的新篇章!”

2013年6月,乐队宣布将通过Blood Music发行其唱片集的黑胶唱片盒。鉴于计划中的13个LP大小,它被宣传为有史以来最大的金属盒。题为《遗产:1995-2008年-珍藏集》的盒子套装于2014年发行,最终由14个LP组成。(为挪威黑金属乐队Emperor准备的同一标签的包装盒尺寸超过了此标签。)

乐队的第七张专辑Jumalten aika于2016年4月1日通过Century Media发布。

歌词

Moonsorrow的歌词从芬兰神话,传说和诗歌中汲取灵感。最初,歌词是用英语写的(第一个演示的标题是“ Thorns Of Ice”),但是自从Tämäikuinen talvi以来,它们一直只用芬兰语写成(除了简短的口语独白之外,录制瑞典语中的“ Hvergelmir” )。例如,Voimasta Ja Kunniasta的歌曲“ Sankaritarina” 具有直接从Hávamál翻译的歌词。

争议

2008年4月,BIFF指控Moonsorrow和其他在民间金属节Paganfest上的表演者是纳粹,种族主义者和法西斯主义者。 “ 注册协会 ”由心理学家彼得·克拉茨(Peter Kratz)提出。Moonsorrow的Ville Sorvali和Týr的 Heri Joensen 发表联合视频声明,驳斥了这些指控,并指出,这些乐队与法西斯团体毫无联系,实际上是在反对法西斯主义。吉他手Mitja Harvilahti告诉德国Feindesland网络杂志,该乐队与法西斯主义无关。

Moonsorrow is a Finnish pagan metal band formed in Helsinki in 1995. Musically, the band incorporates elements of black metal and folk metal in their sound. The band call their sound “epic heathen metal” and try to distance themselves from the term “Viking metal”. They have distanced themselves from other folk metal bands, emphasising that their music is pagan and spiritual and is challenging for its listeners, rather than happy or danceable. The band members have varying levels of pagan belief but they draw on pagan spirituality for lyrics and inspiration.

The group’s earliest formation consisted of cousins Ville Sorvali (vocals and bass) and Henri Sorvali (guitar and keyboards; also keyboards for Finntroll, Barathrum, and session member of Ensiferum) who released various demos that were much more characteristic of melodic black metal than future releases.

Their debut album, Suden Uni, recorded in early 2000, was released in early 2001, along with Tämä Ikuinen Talvi (“This Everlasting Winter”), a re-release of a 1999 demo. Suden Uni (“A Wolf’s Dream”) combined Finnish paganism and folk elements. After recruiting Mitja Harvilahti and Markus Eurén, Moonsorrow started playing live, releasing Voimasta Ja Kunniasta (“Of Strength and Honour”) in late 2001. It was followed by their 2003 release, Kivenkantaja (“Stonebearer”), and Verisäkeet (“Blood Verses”) in 2005. The album is also their first to use ambient sounds such as birdsong and crackling fire in between tracks.

In January 2006 the band played their first US show at the Heathen Crusade Metalfest in Columbia Heights, MN. On March 7, 2006, Moonsorrow announced a 2-album contract with Spinefarm Records, and that their next album was slated for release in late 2006. On June 19 it was revealed that the upcoming album would feature guest vocals by Thomas Väänänen, the former vocalist of Thyrfing; Viides Luku – Hävitetty (“Chapter five – Ravaged”) was released in January 2007. The album contained only two tracks and displayed more overt influence from progressive rock.

An EP called Tulimyrsky was released in 2008. The EP is over one hour long and contains one new song (the title track), two remakes of old songs, and two cover songs. It was released worldwide by Spinefarm Records, and in May the German label Drakkar Entertainment released it in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

In Fall 2010, Moonsorrow entered the studio to record their sixth full-length studio album, Varjoina kuljemme kuolleiden maassa (“As Shadows We Walk In The Land of The Dead”). The album was released on February 21, 2011 through Spinefarm Records.

In April 2012 Moonsorrow announced on their official website that they have signed a deal with Century Media Records. The band commented: “We are thrilled to start working with Century Media, a label that is home to many fellow artists already! We never make our music half way or with compromises and we know our art is in good hands with people who have the same mentality in running a record label. Now, after a year since the release of our last album we are ready to begin creating something new. The new chapter in this epic journey of Moonsorrow!”

In June 2013, the band announced a vinyl box set of its collected works to be released through Blood Music. Given its planned size of thirteen LPs, it was advertised as the largest metal box set in history. Entitled Heritage: 1995-2008 – The Collected Works, the box set was released in 2014, and ended up consisting of fourteen LPs. (The same label’s forthcoming box set for the Norwegian black metal band Emperor is intended to outstrip it in size.)

The band’s seventh album, Jumalten aika, was released on April 1, 2016, through Century Media.

Lyrics

Moonsorrow’s lyrics draw inspiration from Finnish mythology, legends and poetry. In the beginning the lyrics were written in English (the first demo was titled “Thorns Of Ice”), but since Tämä ikuinen talvi they have been written exclusively in Finnish (with the exception of a brief spoken-word monologue added to a re-recording of “Hvergelmir”, which is in Swedish). For instance, the song “Sankaritarina” from Voimasta Ja Kunniasta features lyrics directly translated from Hávamál.

Controversy

In April 2008, Moonsorrow and other performers on the folk metal festival Paganfest were accused of being Nazis, racists and fascists by the BIFF (Berliner Institut für Faschismusforschung, which freely translates to “Berlin Institute for Studies on Fascism” — actually a one-man “registered association” by psychologist Peter Kratz). Ville Sorvali of Moonsorrow and Heri Joensen of Týr issued a joint video statement to refute these accusations, noting that the bands are in no way connected to fascist groups and actually are against fascism. Guitarist Mitja Harvilahti told the German Feindesland webzine that the band has nothing to do with fascism.

专辑列表:
1997 – Metsä (Demo, Remastered 2002)
2001 – Suden Uni (Remastered & Reissued 2003)
2001 – Voimasta Ja Kunniasta
2003 – Kivenkantaja
2005 – Verisakeet
2007 – V • Havitetty
2008 – Tulimyrsky (EP)
2011 – Varjoina Kuljemme Kuolleiden Maassa
2016 – Jumalten Aika (Limited Edition 2CD)

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