2013-12-26 10:13:56 UTC

Atmospheric, haunting, loud and emotional instrumental music from Bucharest/Romania. Valerinne is:

Bass – Liviu Stoicescu Drums – Mircea Smarandache Guitar, Sounds [Soundscapes], Artwork – Alexandru Das* Music By – Valerinne Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By, Sounds [Additional Soundscapes] – Marius Costache

Kunstformen der Natur was recorded live at next dog studio / september 2012 Recording, mixing, mastering and additional soundscapes by Marius Costache. All music by Valerinne.

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And here goes ANOTHER KILLER album from the start to the end. Note that the movements are all above eight minutes in length and the best part is you don't have to wait long before [ Valerinne ] sums up to their highest peak. They just rock it on an EPIC NOISE all the way. So we not talking so much of high and low type of sound but instead we talking of an experience that relate to a constant loudness in sound. Again we are referring to something intensely dark but brilliant without a doubt. DO NOT SKIP my friends.

Credits / Released 08 October 2012 Liviu - Bass Mircea - Drums Alexandru - Guitars/Soundscapes

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Valerinne - Arborescent Artist - Valerinne Album - Arborescent [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2013 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Atmospheric Post-rock, Post-metal [ GO GET IT ] Tracklist 1. Golden Hour/Blue Hour 12:58 2. Étoile de Mer 11:31 3. The Only Ghost I Ever Saw 04:42 4. Hysterema 12:49 5. Atonement 12:04 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Valerinne - Arborescent -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Valerinne Album - Kunstformen Der Natur [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2012 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Atmospheric Post-rock, Post-metal [ LOVE THIS ONE TO BITS ] Tracklist 1. Messier 08:08 2. Mons 08:51 3. Ins meer 09:30 4. Medusa 08:16 5. Aphelion/Perihelion 11:57 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Valerinne - Kunstformen Der Natur -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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