They also, in my opinion, have seem to be done with more emotional value but then again we are on the other side, where, if chosen, a heaven-like place or endless pit of hell, depending on the person, things are beautiful. Got it. + add. album.
The second part of "Mülldeponie, or the Other Side Of Darkness". released April 27, 2013 more.
Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 1. The Dark Side (Part. 2. The Dark Side Part 2 08:57. 3. The Other Side Part 1 05:45. 4. The Other Side Part II 04:10. Müldeponie "Mülldeponie, or the Other Side of Darkness. album is now avalaible worldwide on all digital music stores by Visionaire Records.
Welcome again into the darkness. Mülldeponie, or the Other Side Of Darkness II" is just a continuity of the first ep released in 2012, "Mülldeponie, or the Other Side Of Darkness". This one include a special bonus track, a cover song of "Song For Mountains" of the french band Les Discrets. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
Watch now Müldeponie's video clip of album "Mülldeponie, Or The Other Side Of Darkness.
Blakagir, and the much more known Wongraven come to mind; both another side of musicians whose music is usually much more abrasive. Mortiis, although his stint in the world of Black Metal was extremely ephemeral, is yet another whose early ambience was relevant in my youth. These four tracks blend together for a serene background, which neither bores the listener nor is overly emotional. The dark side is a song for the Ravens, a lamentation for the Dead. This threnody is only mistaken in the use of the term ‘dark’, for this is simply the peaceful moment of no longer having to be in this human form, the release of spirit into the void of unknown. All terrifying aspects release like smoke into the air, leaving only the ashes and the soon to be forgotten tears of loved ones.
Bad, on the other hand, I have plenty to go off on. However, Let me just introduce the French project that released this album, Müldeponie. Let's get started with talking about this album. Alright, well, each one of the songs start off almost exactly the same; an eerie synth line comes in, very quiet at first start up, and then goes on to incorporate even more synth work into the songs. I also found the lack of differentiation within the album to be disturbing. Every song on the album has a different tone, but it sticks with that tone, and only that tone, and never tries to push its way past that. Take, for example "The Dark Side (Part 2)". Starting at the five minute mark, there's a synth line that comes in, takes a break, and then just keeps coming back for two minutes. You think that at points it's going to change up into something completely different, but that just doesn't happen.