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Født Til Å Herske
Mortiis
Født Til Å Herske
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Metal
 
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Mortiis back catalogue campaign focusing on the early albums from one of Earache's most successful artists Three albums receive the re-issue treatment 'Født til A Herske', 'Crypt of the Wizard' and 'The Stargate' All of...  more »

      
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All Artists: Mortiis
Title: Født Til Å Herske
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Earache UK
Release Date: 5/1/2006
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Metal
Styles: Ambient, Goth & Industrial, Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Mortiis back catalogue campaign focusing on the early albums from one of Earache's most successful artists Three albums receive the re-issue treatment 'Født til A Herske', 'Crypt of the Wizard' and 'The Stargate' All of the albums have been personally remastered by ortiis himself Each of the albums will be housed in an embossed slipcase sleeve featuring the famous 'snake' motif in different colours; gold for 'Født til A Herske', green for 'Crypt of the Wizard' and purple for 'The Stargate' All albums feature extensive interview liner notes written by etal Hammer UK journalist Tommy Udo. Both 'Født til A Herske' and 'Crypt of the Wizard' feature different artwork to the original Earache versionsMortiis is a former member of Emperor, playing and writing on the band's legendary 'In the Nightside Eclipse' debut Having left Emperor and Black Metal's infamous 'inner circle', Mortiis embarked on a solo career utilising extreme prosthetic make up and embracing an ambient-led sound. Earache.

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Sheer Brilliance
Ashley Nyal | Arizona | 09/28/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've known of Mortiis for quite some time. The very first song I heard from him was Parasite God and I fell in love with it. Not only was his appearance intriguing, but his music was something I didn't think would come from someone who looked like that. I started growing an ear for industrial and EBM music, and his albums were perfect. I didn't hear "Fodt Til A Herske" until a while after I heard Parasite God, and when I did hear it, I was taken away. This CD is by far superior to almost everything I own. It sounds so beautiful. Very good to relax to, and it puts the most wonderful thoughts in my head. I'm just still upset I had to miss both his tours due to the fact that he did not come to Arizona. Anyone who is a fan of anything renaissance and medieval, I recommend this album!!"