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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Awaken 4:24
2 Cellardweller
Guitar – Drakhon*
5:00
3 Kretslopp 8:15
4 Lament 2:46
5 Natt 6:16
6 Hascimh 4:05
7 Sulphur Mist 7:01
8 Seeds Of Blood (Acts 1-4) 16:51

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Villa Bohult

Credits

  • Instruments, Arranged By – Henrik Nordvargr Björkk

Notes

Recorded during nighthours in the cellars of Villa Bohult June / August 2.002.

Limited to 1000 copies.

Released in a gatefold cardboard sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 868.003 MOUSEMEN #2
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3059

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDM 0503-1391 Nordvargr* Awaken ‎(CD, Album) CD-Maximum CDM 0503-1391 Russia 2003
Nor037, Code 013 Nordvargr* Awaken ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Eibon Records, Code666 Nor037, Code 013 Italy 2002


Nordvargr - Awaken FLAC album

Musician performer: Nordvargr

Title: Awaken

Country: Russia

Date of release: 2002

Style: Dark Ambient, Industrial

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1274 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 918

Other Formats: MP4 TTA VOC MP2 MOD VQF MPC

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RuTGamer
Looking at the cover, which depicts a pile of skulls, one might think it is a low budget noise CD. However it goes much deeper than that. It has a very dark ambient industrial spirit along with droning noises and a machinery kind of sound, not unlike the Eraserhead soundtrack. At one point there are some female screaming sounds in the background, and then toward the end some sort of chanting that really creates a creepy sort of industrial clamor. At a little over 54 minutes long I will spin it while on my computer and let it go two or three times before I change it. I know it's been said before but this album would truly compliment a modern day horror movie. Henrik N. Björkk is definitely for people looking to move beyond the more "mainstream" Dark Ambient. I will continue to do searches for this artist and feel totally confident in recommending this album to fans of (ultra) Dark Ambient.
RuTGamer
Looking at the cover, which depicts a pile of skulls, one might think it is a low budget noise CD. However it goes much deeper than that. It has a very dark ambient industrial spirit along with droning noises and a machinery kind of sound, not unlike the Eraserhead soundtrack. At one point there are some female screaming sounds in the background, and then toward the end some sort of chanting that really creates a creepy sort of industrial clamor. At a little over 54 minutes long I will spin it while on my computer and let it go two or three times before I change it. I know it's been said before but this album would truly compliment a modern day horror movie. Henrik N. Björkk is definitely for people looking to move beyond the more "mainstream" Dark Ambient. I will continue to do searches for this artist and feel totally confident in recommending this album to fans of (ultra) Dark Ambient.