Manes - Vilosophe mp3 album

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Manes - Vilosophe mp3 album
Manes - Vilosophe mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1916 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1586 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1228 mb
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    4.6
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Nodamnbrakes Cern / Manes Manes 4:38
2 Diving With Your Hands Bound (Nearly Flying) Cern / Manes Manes 10:37
3 White Devil Black Shroud Cern / Manes Manes 3:55
4 Terminus A Quo/Terminus Ad Quem Cern / Manes Manes 5:21
5 Death Of The Genuine (The Redemption Ritual) Cern / Manes Manes 4:43
6 Ende Cern / Manes Manes 6:20
7 The Hardest Of Comedowns Cern / Manes Manes 5:56
8 Confluence (The Vilosophe Crux) Cern / Manes Manes 5:35

Credits

Eivind Asgeir - Group Member
Anne Line Bakken - Photography
Mauro Berchi - Graphics, Layout
Stein Bratland - Engineer, Mastering, Producer
Cern - Composer, Engineer, Group Member, Pre-Production
Code 666 - Executive Producer
Rune Hoemsnes - Group Member
Manes - Composer, Pre-Production, Primary Artist, Producer
Tommy Sebastian - Vocals
Skei - Concept
Simon Skreddernes - Photography
Erlend Stueland - Photography
Hatlen Torstein - Group Member



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The strange transformation of Manes took place with their third album Vilosophe. What was previously considered as a “forerunner of Depressive Black Metal”, now had attempted to become the Norwegian Radiohead. The only trace of Black Metal strumming is detectable in the Grunge formula of opener “Nodamnbrakes [One Zero / Endpoint]”. The rest of the album takes more time to develop: “Diving with Your Hands Bound [Nearly Flying]” is a 10 minutes epic that goes from subtle creepy/subtle electronic synth pads delivering a relaxed atmosphere and then evolving into a cerebral Progressive rocker that grows on intensity before ending with a long feedback sustained note and a spectral Jungle section influenced by artists like Aphex Twin; “White Devil Black Shroud” instead is a minor-key Post-Rock ballad in the vein of Yo La Tengo’s second part career; finally, “Death of the Genuine [The Redemption Ritual]” features another hyper-speed Jungle beat. The rest of the album features more gloomy and convnetional Post-Grunge tendencies as usual, of the like that, when keyboards and clean vocals are used, passes as senseless “Avant-Garde” for anyone who ignores Muse, Coldplay or even Katatonia. Some of the material here is passable, but, although if both albums are stylistically incomparable, in terms of inspiration and coherence, this album is inferior to the previous Under Ein Bloodraud Maane. Not to count the singer’s terrible lack of charisma and the final track, which is nothing short than a film sample.Highlights: “Diving with Your Hands Bound [Nearly Flying]”; “White Devil Black Shroud”.