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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2017

01. Lacrimosa
- Testimonium
02. Sólstafir
- Berdreyminn
03. Soror Dolorosa
- Apollo
04. Ulver
- The Assassination Of Julius Caesar
05. Myrkur
- Mareridt
06. Sun Of The Sleepless
- To The Elements
07. Moonspell
- 1755
08. Au Champ Des Morts
- Dans La Joie
09. Andras
- Reminiszenzen...
10. Svartsinn
- Mørkets Variabler


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MALFET - New Album Out This Month, Two Tracks Streaming

Dungeon synth project Malfet will release a new album entitled The Snaking Path on 30th March via Californian label Pacific Threnodies. The project title “Malfet” refers to a nickname taken by the fabled Sir Launcelot, the “Ill-Made Knight” - a description of both the aesthetically unappealing physical characteristics of the knight as well as his inner moral struggles. The Snaking Path does not emanate ugliness, but describes the long, lonely, and often treacherous journey from inner turmoil to peace and fulfillment.
This is a rhythmic dungeon synth album that, like many of its predecessors, carries with it a sense of progression and narrative thrust: from darkness into light. Subdued mellotron, harps, flutes, and organ synthesis meet manipulated field recordings and percussion to summon a decidedly high medieval pastoral atmosphere that is both pensive and driving.
The "Chevalier Mal Fet” of Arthurian legend meets a tragic end - the fantasy of The Snaking Path is far more optimistic; as we traverse the dark dreams of the first side of the tape, we know there is a light at the other end of this tunnel. From ruminations to jubilance, from solemnity to merriment - this is The Snaking Path. Recommended for listeners of Nest, Mortiis, Jeremy Soule, Old Tower, Urghun, Forndom,... Two tracks from the album are already available for streaming and you can hear them in the player below. Link