Title: Ne Vivam
Style: Doom Metal, Death Metal
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FLAC size: 1773 mb | MP3 size: 1340 mb | WMA size: 1690 mb
Ne Vivam by Officium Triste, released 01 April 1997 1. Frozen Tears 2. Lonesome 3. A Journey Through Lowlands Green 4. One With The Sea 5. Dreams Of Sorrow 6. Stardust 7. Psyche Nullification 8. The Happy Forest 9. Mountains Of Depressiveness Recorded and mixed during December 1996 and January/February 1997 at Excess studio, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Originally released through Teutonic Existence Records in 1997. Re-released on vinyl through Badger Records in 2003. Re-released on CD through Serpent’s Lair Records in 2005, including the bonus track Mountains Of Depressiveness . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Officium Triste is a death-doom band from Rotterdam, The Netherlands. They refer to their style often as "Rotterdoom". It is largely inspired by bands like My Dying Bride and early Anathema, but the last album is slower and more melodic. The vocals are mostly intelligible death grunts but with occasional clean vocals. Their home-venue is Baroeg in Rotterdam.
Ne Vivam (LP, Album, Ltd, Num). SLP-005CD Gold Series. Ne Vivam (CD, Album, RE, RM). Serpent's Lair Productions.
Ne Vivam (1997) by Officium Triste. Labels: Teutonic Existence. Genres: Death Metal, Doom Metal .
This is perhaps the bands best release as the entire album is consistent. With their latter releases, typically only the first two or three songs are good while the rest seem to be filler (good filler, but filler none the less). In conclusion, this album is worthy for any diehard Metal head to own, not just the Doominoids!
Album by Officium Triste. A Journey Through Lowlands Green. One With The Sea. Dreams Of Sorrow. Psyche Nullification. MusicBrainz: Ne Vivam.
The roots of Officium Triste go back to the early nineties when Martin and Johan decided to form a metal band. The name of this band was Reïncremated. The last line-up of this band decided to quit and reform under a new moniker with a different musical approach; that was in the spring of 1994. The new moniker became Officium Triste and musically they started to compose heavy and melodic doom metal.
More Officium Triste albums.