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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneBurzum Thulean Mysteries ‎(CDr, Single, Promo)Candlelight Records USAnoneUS2015

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  • Instruments [All Instruments]Varg Vikernes

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Thulêan Mysteries by Burzum, released 13 March 2020 1. The Sacred Well 2. The Loss of a Hero 3. ForeBears 4. A Thulêan Perspective 5. Gathering of Herbs 6. Heill auk Sæll 7. Jötunnheimr 8. Spell-Lake Forest 9. The Ettin Stone Heart 10. The Great Sleep 11. The Land of Thulê 12. The Lord of the Dwarves 13. A Forgotten Realm 14. Heill Óðinn, Sire 15. The Ruins of Dwarfmount 16. The Road to Hel 17. Thulêan Sorcery 18. Descent into Niflheimr 19. Skin Traveller 20. The Dream Land 21. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 7 GBP or more. Thulêan Mysteries. The Orchard Music от лица компании Byelobog Productions. Burzum - Hvis Lyset Tar Oss Full Album. Thulêan Mysteries - Burzum. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Burzum Thulêan Mysteries 2020 Byelobog Productions. Tracklist: CD 1. The Sacred Well The Loss Of A Hero ForeBears A Thulêan Perspective Gathering Of Herbs Heill Auk Sæll Jötunnheimr Spell-Lake Forest The Ettin Stone Heart The Great Sleep The Land Of Thulê The Lord Of The Dwarves A Forgotten Realm Heill Óðinn, Sire The Ruins Of Dwarfmount The Road To Hel Thulêan Sorcery. CD 2. Descent Into Niflheimr Skin Traveller The Dream Land Thulêan Mysteries The Password The Loss Of Thulê. Buy: Thulêan Mysteries was made passively, in the sense that I never intended to make a new album I. Burzum - Thulean Mysteries 2020. free to Burzum Thulêan Mysteries The Sacred Well, The Loss of a Hero and more. 23 tracks 89:46. Thulêan Mysteries was made passively, in the sense that I never intended to make a new album I just made music every now and then and at one point realized that I actually had enough to release it all on an album. When asked to do so I figured: why not It was a good idea. Album 2020 23 Songs. Death MetalBlack Metal êan Mysteries 2020 - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Thulêan Mysteries to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Thulêan Mysteries 2020. loading lyrics. The Password. Show lyrics. The album cover is an illustration called Nøkken English: NixWater Troll by Norwegian artist Theodor Kittelsen 1857-1914. Identifiers: Barcode: 0803343260052. Added by: SF01. Modified by: SF01. Added on: 2019-12-19 16:04:24. Last modified on: 2020-05-18 08:55:30. Thulêan Mysteries is a dark ambient album by Burzum. It contains music used on his former YouTube channel, Thulean Perspective. Thulêan Mysteries Q&A. Producers Pytten & VARG. Writers VARG. More Burzum albums. The Ways of Yore

Burzum - Thulean Mysteries mp3

Performer: Burzum

Title: Thulean Mysteries

Country: Europe

Release date: 15 May 2015

Label: Byelobog Productions

Style: Ambient, Nordic

Genre: Electronic / Country

Size MP3: 1716 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 916

Record source: File, MP3, Single, 320 kbps

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Sironynyr
With the single release of Thulean Mysteries, Varg continues on his path of ambient exploration and progression. A progression because, since Varg's return, his ambient releases have taken us down a road of apparent refined maturity and evolution.

Though, Daudi Baldrs and Hiloskjalf were not well regarded releases, I like them a lot and as some of the reviewers on the site have mentioned, I feel they are very much in the black metal vein - checkout the title track of Daudi Baldrs for instance. Varg's newest ambient music is not anything like his earlier stuff though. It seems he has ditched the overall black metal compositional quality in favor of a natural, earthy, mythological sound. There's no doubt that the mythological quality is very much an important asset of Norwegian Black Metal and specifically of Burzum's image but this music reflects not so much the battle-ready image of warring vikings but of a spiritual encounter with our ancient fore-bearers; a return and visit with ancient ideals and knowledge.

This makes perfect sense because it is something Varg has dedicated himself to in the last 6 years or so since he has returned to music - with his blog, aptly titled Thulean Perspective, his books and his RPG. For someone who is only casually interested in Varg, this music makes no sense and it can sound a little uninspired. But for the people who take Varg seriously it fits in well with his preachings on Blood & Soil and a return to the hunter-gatherer way of life.

I for one lie somewhere in the middle as Burzum listeners go (I am not dedicated, but I do listen to the majority of his work). I think Varg's overall push to return to a natural mode of living, a hunter-gatherer lifestyle and to seek knowledge from our ancient Nordic ancestors is convincing and is a valid objective. On the other hand, I do think Varg takes himself a little too seriously and kind of thinks everything he says is gospel.

I like this track a lot and as I said it fits well into this neverending quest to gain knowledge from our Nordic ancestors. It's a spiritual piece, a good one, that leaves the listener wanting more. The only problem is the full-length efforts of this nature by Varg have been a little meandering and uninspired, at best. What we need is something right in the middle of this single and his most recent ambient full-lengths. There's no doubt Varg is on a mission and he has a vision and at the least, he's convincing and enthusiastic about it.
Sironynyr
With the single release of Thulean Mysteries, Varg continues on his path of ambient exploration and progression. A progression because, since Varg's return, his ambient releases have taken us down a road of apparent refined maturity and evolution.

Though, Daudi Baldrs and Hiloskjalf were not well regarded releases, I like them a lot and as some of the reviewers on the site have mentioned, I feel they are very much in the black metal vein - checkout the title track of Daudi Baldrs for instance. Varg's newest ambient music is not anything like his earlier stuff though. It seems he has ditched the overall black metal compositional quality in favor of a natural, earthy, mythological sound. There's no doubt that the mythological quality is very much an important asset of Norwegian Black Metal and specifically of Burzum's image but this music reflects not so much the battle-ready image of warring vikings but of a spiritual encounter with our ancient fore-bearers; a return and visit with ancient ideals and knowledge.

This makes perfect sense because it is something Varg has dedicated himself to in the last 6 years or so since he has returned to music - with his blog, aptly titled Thulean Perspective, his books and his RPG. For someone who is only casually interested in Varg, this music makes no sense and it can sound a little uninspired. But for the people who take Varg seriously it fits in well with his preachings on Blood & Soil and a return to the hunter-gatherer way of life.

I for one lie somewhere in the middle as Burzum listeners go (I am not dedicated, but I do listen to the majority of his work). I think Varg's overall push to return to a natural mode of living, a hunter-gatherer lifestyle and to seek knowledge from our ancient Nordic ancestors is convincing and is a valid objective. On the other hand, I do think Varg takes himself a little too seriously and kind of thinks everything he says is gospel.

I like this track a lot and as I said it fits well into this neverending quest to gain knowledge from our Nordic ancestors. It's a spiritual piece, a good one, that leaves the listener wanting more. The only problem is the full-length efforts of this nature by Varg have been a little meandering and uninspired, at best. What we need is something right in the middle of this single and his most recent ambient full-lengths. There's no doubt Varg is on a mission and he has a vision and at the least, he's convincing and enthusiastic about it.