Fourth album by Vetus Supulcrum, another disguise of Maurice the Jong, better known as Gnaw Their Tongues, Seirom, Hagetisse etc. Artwork by Maurice de Jong, album includes a booklet of 8 pages also designed by Maurice de Jong. What's so lovely about Dungeon Synth from the Netherlands, is how it covers quite a thematic region. You have your edgy, basement-dwelling, blackened thematics, you have forefather-honoring dreamscapes, there are playful releases about curious turtles and - of course - there's Vetus Supulcrum, delivering its unique combination of serenity and bombast.
Vetus Supulcrum has been around since February 2019 and steadily released quality material in a short timeframe. Some of you might know its creator, M. de Jong, through his other works. Gnaw Their Tongues has had a kvlt-following for years now and - my personal favorite - Seirom has attracted a much broader audience with its soothing ambient / drone-like releases. It feels good to have such a seasoned musician enter the scene - and it suffices to say that Windswept Canyons Of Thule delivers the quality you might expect.
Windswept Canyons of Thule
Hunted By The Wolves Of The Night
March Of The Black Legion
A Stange Light From Beneath
Call of the Nazgul
Beneath The Dark Storm
Lord Werewolf Howls For War
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