Their third album sees Empyrium abandoning the Metal elements of their music for the first time, instantly creating a classic of nature-romantic acoustic music.
Inspired by Ulver’s “Kveldssanger”, this work is more influenced by the folklore of Schwadorf’s home region, the Rhoen, than any other album by Empyrium, and it paved the way for “Weiland” (2002).
1. Where At Night The Wood Grouse Plays
2. Dying Brokenhearted
3. The Shepherd And The Maiden Ghost
4. The Sad Song Of The Wind
6. A Pastoral Theme
8. Many Moons Ago…
9. When Shadows Grow Longer 99
– Gatefold LP (gold vinyl) incl. protection sleeve (500 copies available)
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