Thergothon - Stream From The Heavens mp3 album
Thergothon's Stream from the Heavens certainly ticks all the right boxes for me; slow almost dirge like depressive music. The music contained within is a serious of endlessly drawn out chords backed by a lethargic drum and bass performance and low, whispered growls . Stream from the Heavens is absolutely essential for those into funeral doom. You are not likely to find any other album in this sub-genre that is as completely flawless, regarding the songwriting and execution.
Originally released in 1994 on CD from the Italian label, Avantgarde Music. Part of Painiac Records Suicidal Doom Series Part VIII. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All. Cat.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Thergothon, who practically invented funeral doom, have never been popular either. A real shame I think, since this album, their first one (and last for that cause), is one of the best doom metal albums of all times. Die hard doom fans consider this as cult. But enough history, let's move on to the music. Thergothon plays some of the slowest music one will ever hear. Very slow and very low (downtuned) guitars form their songs, together with very low tempo drums.
Band Name Thergothon. Album Name Stream from the Heavens. Wydawcy Avantgarde Music. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album78. 2. Yet the Watchers Guard. 3. The Unknown Kadath in the Cold Waste. 5. Who Rides the Astral Wings. 6. Crying Blood and Crimson Snow.
Stream From the Heavens (1994) by Thergothon. Labels: Obscure Plasma, Avantgarde Music. Genres: Funeral Doom Metal .
Banda: Thergothon País: Finlandia Genero: Funeral Doom/Death Metal Album: Stream from the Heavens 1994 Track List: 1. Everlasting 2. Yet the Watchers Guard 3. The Unknown Kadath in the Cold Waste 4. Elemental 5. Who Rides the Astral Wings 6. Crying Blood & Crimson Snow. only alone in my room can listen to that kind of music. Hailz from Greece Thergothon. FF fan. Thank you for the upload!
With Stream from the Heavens this did not happen. Discussing the album with several old-timers, I was surprised to learn that many still have not got to the core of it. It would seem that who except them - experienced veterans of the scene! - could do that? But it can be understood. On Stream from the Heavens all components are quite peculiar - from sound and music to the atmosphere and lovecraftian lyrics. Perhaps the point here is the non-metalhead mindset of the musicians: since the split-up of THERGOTHON, they all being involved in some bullshit. But for Stream from the Heavens, they deserve a monument, similar to the monolith that can be seen on the cover of the album. It is not a digibook, because there is no normal booklet for this album at all.
|A2||Yet The Watchers Guard||8:56|
|A3||The Unknown Kadath In The Cold Waste||3:49|
|B2||Who Rides The Astral Wings||7:57|
|B3||Crying Blood + Crimson Snow||4:42|
- Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BE58158
- Lacquer Cut At – Optimal Media GmbH – BE58158
- Drums – Jori Sjöroos
- Guitar – Jori Sjöroos, Mikko Ruotsalainen
- Keyboards – Niko Sirkiä
- Lacquer Cut By – HL
- Mixed By, Recorded By – Markus Patrikainen
- Vocals – Jori Sjöroos, Niko Sirkiä
NotesRecorded and mixed October + November 1992.
Music and lyrics 1990-1992.
Comes with printed inner sleeve with lyrics & photo.
Made in Germany.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 801056852717
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): VILE LP 527 BE58158-01 A1 HL
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): VILE LP 527 BE58158-01 B1 HL
|AV001||Thergothon||Stream From The Heavens (CD, Album)||Avantgarde Music||AV001||Italy||1994|
|SRULE-025 LP Reference||Thergothon||Stream From The Heavens (2xAcetate, S/Sided, Album, Ref)||Seventh Rule Recordings||SRULE-025 LP Reference||US||2012|
|SRULE025||Thergothon||Stream From The Heavens (LP, Album, Ltd, RE)||Seventh Rule Recordings||SRULE025||US||2013|
|SRULE025||Thergothon||Stream From The Heavens (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Ora)||Seventh Rule Recordings||SRULE025||US||2013|
|Pain025||Thergothon||Stream From The Heavens (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE)||Painiac Records||Pain025||Belgium||2004|