He has had strange visions from reveries for a long while.
"Reveries appear to be like distant prophecies... from out of this world."
"Atmospheric motion, seasonal changes, circulations of living and death, supernatural forces run the lifeless world as much as blood runs our bodies. Mysterious winter magic slaughters the living beings and the new blood breed on the ashes of old ones. It's a cruel yet beautiful place."
"Freud said dreams are forms of "wish fulfilment", yet, what wishes of mine were fulfiled in such dreams?"
As he questions and explores his ego and the essence of these reveries, he became even more lost. So he managed to note down reveries with their unique tones and dynamics before they fade away from memories. The collection grew rampantly and then was named 'Reverie Noire'.
The album was written and produced while Reverie Noire was studying in Australia. The winter landscape in the world end's island, Tasmania, had a profound influence on the cold, open, and other-worldly tone in 'Winter Requiem'. Reverie Noire's first album 'Winter Requiem' will be the starting point for him to narrate his epic dream tales.
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DSBM at its finest. Oddly calming despite the emotional bleakness of it all; it reminds me of Coldworld’s “Melancholie2” in this respect, though it’s a somewhat harsher and bleaker album than that one. The third track, in particular, is a masterpiece. verdantglade
absolutely loving this new, more natural sound. their first albums always had an intentionally cold feel to them, which i enjoyed, but this new sunlight-filled album really comes into it's own.
they keep the mix tight and blurred but now the natural feel of a live drummer is more pronounced.
this is how the mighty EARTH AND PILLARS needed to sound.
crazy good album, and old fans will find this a refreshing new sound. Glitzy Límon