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In Stahlgewittern - Porta Nigra - Kaiserschnitt (CD, Album)

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  1. Feb 13,  · Fin De Siècle is set to get a follow up album from Porta Nigra titled Kaiserschnitt. From the press release, the album is described as "taking the listener back on a journey to the old German empire of
  2. Porta Nigra, Category: Artist, Albums: Schöpfungswut, Kaiserschnitt, Fin de siècle, Singles: Die Augen des Basilisken, Das Rad des Ixion, Die Kosmiker, Top Tracks: Das Rad des Ixion, Die Kosmiker, In stahlgewittern, Die Augen des Basilisken, Kaiserschnitt, Biography: Metal Band, founded in the German town Koblenz, dealing with topics.
  3. Limited black polycarbonate CD in lavish digibook with page booklet. Limited to copies. Stickered barcode on shrink. Kaiserschnitt was crafted between by Gilles de Rais and O. Recorded and engineered at various locations. Mix by Porta Nigra and Markus N., Coblence. Mastering by Roland W. Oldenburg. Layout by Metastazis, Paris.4/5(7).
  4. The long wait between Kaiserschnitt and Schöpfungswut was a bummer, but sometimes things just need to mature. Of course, every album is a struggle. You struggle with companions, with technology, with the mixer/producer, but in the end, it is all worth it. Dead Rhetoric: To that point, how are you challenging yourselves in Porta Nigra?
  5. Listen to music from Porta Nigra like Das Rad des Ixion, Die Kosmiker & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Porta Nigra.
  6. Try to imagine what a supergroup comprised of members from Enslaved, Negură Bunget and Sigh would sound like, and you might have a fair idea of what to expect from Germany's Porta Nigra. Kaiserschnitt is the second album from this band, who revealed themselves a few short years ago with their debut, Fin de siècle.
  7. "Very surprising, dramatic and dynamic album. Outstanding, rocking arrangements painted in raw and dry sound combine perfectly with the taste of total decadence. No unnecessary notes or slowdowns noted – it’s been a while since I’ve enjoyed a metal album so much. And a movie reference that’s still haunting me: half-naked Charlotte Rampling singing in.

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