Style: Black Metal, Avantgarde, Experimental
Format: MP3 FLAC DMF MP3 MMF AUD AC3 ADX AAC
FLAC size: 1717 mb | MP3 size: 1203 mb | WMA size: 1252 mb
Gates of Day and Night: Jute Gyte knows how to start an album off. So of course, he starts the album with a 9 minute tank of a track that is loaded with some of the coldest, harshest kvlt riffs you’ve ever herd. The riffs make me want to cut a man in half, they are that sharp! Anyway, the song keeps up hard drumming (or blast beats ) til like seven minutes into the song where it changes to just low riffs.
Album Name Verstiegenheit. 版公司 Jeshimoth Entertainment. Other productions from Jute Gyte.
Not On Label (Jute Gyte Self-Released) – none. Format: 7 File, MP3, Album, 320 KBps. Notes: Following the style of Young Eagle - frequent shifting between unusual meters, multiple freely polyphonic leads – with Verstiegenheit I feel I finally acquired a stable foundation on which to build, which explains how I wrote this album in three months as compared to the years consumed in creating its predecessors. The long progression that opens The Light That Hangs Above the Fields was inspired by the descending sequence of seventh chords in the central portion of Neil Young's A Man Needs a Maid.
Verstiegenheit - the final chapter in Jute Gyte's apocalypse trilogy sees a level of violence not matched since Young Eagle, and presents the listener with a bleak, hateful, and utterly vicious vision of the future. After the pleasant, airy, and warmth of Communicants it comes as some surprise that Adam would return to black metal form in such an intense and ballistic manner. Of course, it wouldn't be a Jute Gyte album without some ambiance or noise - and the interlude "church Not Made With Hands" provides the listener brief respite in between the insanity that is the first half, and the dizzying arrangements of the second. A haunting, echoing piece, with light synths and percussive piano keys, it actually does feel like the perfect balance of every Jute Gyte element - being simultaneously relaxing, yet alien.
Verstiegenheit (2011) by Jute Gyte. Labels: Jeshimoth Entertainment. Genres: Experimental Black Metal, Ambient .
Verstiegenheit Jute Gyte. This album has an average beat per minute of 111 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/140 BPM). Tracklist Verstiegenheit.
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01:11 - Apothecary Morne are quite good indeed. Ideal post metal sound for me, real old school and tapping into the Neuroris/Amenra legacy. Can't wait to catch em at Roadburn.
|1||Gates Of Day And Night||8:51|
|2||Apparition In The Woodlands At Dusk||11:41|
|3||The Light That Hangs Above The Fields||9:16|
|4||Church Not Made With Hands||3:09|
|5||Emblem Of Fertile Blood And Death||9:36|
|6||The Frailty Of Everything Revealed||11:40|
|7||To Return And Revere The Desolate Places (Late Idyll)||8:46|
Following the style of “Young Eagle” - frequent shifting between unusual meters, multiple freely polyphonic leads – with Verstiegenheit I feel I finally acquired a stable foundation on which to build, which explains how I wrote this album in three months as compared to the years consumed in creating its predecessors. The long progression that opens “The Light That Hangs Above the Fields” was inspired by the descending sequence of seventh chords in the central portion of Neil Young's “A Man Needs a Maid”.
The title “Verstiegenheit” is from Wallace's Infinite Jest; Wallace apparently got it from Bloom's The Anxiety of Influence where its root meaning is identified as “wandering beyond limits”. Wandering beyond limits, via overconsumption and evangelical lust for religious apocalypse, into ecological collapse and secular apocalypse is, as with Young Eagle, the core lyrical theme of the album. Major lyrical influences on the album were Infinite Jest, McCarthy's The Road, DeLillo's White Noise and Jan Swafford's superb biography of Brahms. The final lyrics are from Hӧlderlin, as used in Brahm's Schicksalslied; The final track's subtitle “Late Idyll” refers to Brahms's deceptively serene second symphony.
|JE045||Jute Gyte||Verstiegenheit (CDr, Album)||Jeshimoth Entertainment||JE045||US||2011|