Remmirath - Shambhala Vril Saucers (Digipak CD)

Remmirath - Shambhala Vril Saucers (Digipak CD)

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Postmodern music against the postmodern world.

A masterful expression of creativity and a studied resistance to modernity. With black metal at the root, Remmirath propel into the widest realms of experimental and avant garde. Involving metal of all forms, ancient sacred music, ambient and noise, experimental electronics, krautrock and vintage psychedelia in their complex, uncategorisable sound.

Musical influence spans genres and generations. Agitation Free, Led Zeppelin, Electric Silence, Stockhausen, Sun City Girls, Ennio Morricone. Fusing these influences with a background in black metal and an outsider attitude results in the kind of diverse music only ever heard from other eccentrics such as SIGH and SOLEFAD. Creativity without restraint and without concern for falsely conceived limitations.

Vigilant, insomniac rationality
engendering descartean godzillas
In temples of postmodern debris
The proof of the proof is not to be found
In the narcissistic swamp of Generation Y
I wait for the morning of the magicians
Escape the rhizome dreamworld
The world holds nothing we could pity
Toss it down and rebuild
The golden land of the giants

Matching the vast musical landscape, lyrics deal with a multitude of themes. Frequently cryptically, but entirely self-aware and sometimes willfully provocative. Eastern mysticism, the Traditionalism of Guénon & Evola, European philosophy and the hijacking of past beliefs by modern culture. Postmodern music against the postmodern world.

6-panel luxury digipak with beautiful reproductions of paintings by Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947).

Members of REMMIRATH recently formed MALOKARPATAN.


Track listing

  1. Tiger of the City
  2. Shambhala Vril Saucers
  3. The Gunfighter's Quest for Enlightenment
  4. Fox Cooper
  5. Iram of the Pillars
  6. The Coming of Kalki