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Love Is Colder Than Death - Tempest album mp3


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1 The Tempest 3:43
2 Kookaburra
Lyrics By – James Thomson
5:21
3 Sinfonia Of The Moon 5:53
4 See The Ways
Lyrics By – Sven Mertens
5:55
5 Sundance 5:39
6 Silent Is The House
Lyrics By – Emily Bronté*
3:24
7 Libro Di Ipazia 1:41
8 Song Of Jona 3:25
9 La Belle Dame Sans Merci
Lyrics By – J. Keats*
5:11
10 World In Motion
Lyrics By – Sven Mertens
4:38
11 Red River
Lyrics By, Music By [Melody] – Morten Pedersen
5:01
12 Il Lamento Del Cotopaxi 2:09

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – In Deyagora Music

Credits

  • Performer – Anja Herrmann, Maik Hartung, Ralf Jehnert, Uli Stornowski*
  • Photography By – Matthias Möller , Media Mirage
  • Written-By, Performer, Producer – Love Is Colder Than Death

Notes

© & ® 2013 In Deyagora Music

Packaged in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 046661 291025
  • Barcode (String): 4046661291025
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: 137541 CD Tempest
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L623
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1G53

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IDM 05 Love Is Colder Than Death Tempest ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Met) In Deyagora Music IDM 05 Germany 2013


Love Is Colder Than Death - Tempest album mp3
Performer: Love Is Colder Than Death
Genre: Rock
Title: Tempest
Country: Germany
Released: 2013
Style: Ethereal
MP3 version ZIP size: 1762 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1908 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 237
Other Formats: VQF MMF RA ASF DXD AUD TTA

Wohald
After a decade, they are back. It is a new line-up and new sound but make no mistake, this is Love Is Colder Than Death. Majestic classical influences abound on Tempest and once more, the fires of what was begun all those many many years ago is re-kindled. Maik Hartung remains the foundation to the band but his new colleagues deliver inspired performances which run the gamut from subtle to heart-meltingly intimate. I'm quite sure many know who this act is, and many have no doubt followed them like I have for over 20 years. Feast and Famine is how I view what they do; for every album or song you get an unimaginable void of years must pass. I have been duly reminded again just what it means to move through time with the bands I chose to follow so long ago; none of them lose their potency even as we behold all those calenders withering on the wall. It brings such a proud smile to my face to hear them once more re-make themselves and their sound.Of that regal Hyperium class of the early 90s, Love is Colder Than Death have come the farthest. From the dark electro leanings of Teignmouth and Mental Traveller into Oxeia's embrace of the natural world which led to Spellbound and then Atopos' regal bombast in 1999. After all of this Eclipse emerged in 2003, flooring my ears with the glorious diverse palette of a group who no longer cared about anything but where their muse led them; beyond this all that I had to sustain me through the wilderness were the sublime live album Inside The Bell and the masterfully executed compilation Time. But the interminable exile has ended, Tempest is out and amongst us at last. Behold it, treasure it and live it. Let what these four have crafted become your soundtrack. Because while so many others cash in on reunions and nostalgia, the quartet who made this record have their eyes firmly fixed on the future.I am convinced that Love Is Colder Than Death will only end when the inspiration to create and the endless, imaginative allure of architectural abandon leaves them. See if you can pick out the sly nods to O Yuki Conjugate's 1992 album Peyote; that's no accident. They're on the same level with Tempest, but unlike OYC, they push it into a stately collection of creative expressions which would make Heinrich Schutz have to blush and look down. Our foursome are that good, they eclipse centuries and burn through the scenery like a wildfire running on pure adrenaline.It has been, and continues to be, an absolute pleasure to be one of your fans. With the release of a new work, perhaps more who have grown disillusioned by the failures of their own personal icons will come to know you as I have. There is an undeniable spirituality in what you lot do and to ignore the overwhelming tide of that acceptance that not all must end in a wretched darkness of the soul is comforting beyond what mere words can encapsulate. Timeless abounding beauty in the eyes of a lost world, a simple entreaty to set aside the petty jealousies of envious existence to join with the flood and become theology in flames. Let yourself be overwhelmed by this aural essay which meditates on the rich tapestry of gorgeous, pleading desire.The mischievous smile, the knowing smirk of artisans who know that for every delicate shading of the chisel, what falls away is no less precious. There are so many moods and meanings to what they've done and they remain one of the few out there who can disappear for such a long period only to re-emerge stronger and more vital than ever before. Triumph is what I'm hearing here, graceful power which knows where its strengths lie and does not bother trying to be anything other than that which it must be. Many names pass through only staying long enough to warrant a whatever happened to...? Love Is Colder Than Death have transcended even the much lauded Dead Can Dance to become the preeminent practitioners of both the ancient and the utterly modern. This may not be neo-classic as you remember it but regardless of the tenuous parallels, Maik, Anja, Ulrich and Ralf are the masters of it.