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Posted on Sunday, December 31 2017 @ 07:12:34 CST by Pete Pardo
General Andreas Galinos writes:

LÜÜP's chamber music is sombre, minimalistic yet elegant, often bordering on folk and ambient drone. It combines the aesthetics of black metal, Balkan folk polyphonic singing, the harmonic and rhythmic power of Igor Stravinsky and Bela Bartok, the micro-polyphony and developing stillness of György Ligeti & Giacinto Scelsi, and the dark music of Univers Zero and Art Zoyd.

ROTTING CHRIST's singer Sakis Tolis recites words of wisdom and illumination, infusing the drone crescendo of "The Greater Holy Assembly" with mystical furor, while Bjørn Aldrahn Dencker (URARV, THE DEATHTRIP, ex-DØDHEIMSGARD) gives voice to Death itself and delivers a spine-chilling theatrical performance throughout the mysterious "Stibium (Triumph of Death)", wonderfully interlacing his pungent vocals with the enigmatic musical thread orchestrated by LÜÜP.

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