Kreng - The Summoner FLAC album
Title: The Summoner
Style: Drone, Modern Classical
FLAC version ZIP size: 1573 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1438 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1332 mb
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Sticker on front sleeve says: Kreng - The Summoner, Featuring AMENRA, includes free download coupon of the album. Great album, disappointing pressing! Rather flat sounding recording unbefitting of the music and a very noisy left-channel making for a somewhat distracting listen. Reply See 2 replies 2 Helpful.
Kreng – The Summoner (2015). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On January - 30 - 2015. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Amenra) 06 – Acceptance.
Album · 2015 · 6 Songs. L’Autopsie Phénoménale de Dieu. Tourniquet - Works for Abattoir Fermé 2007-2011.
The Summoner’s principal exercise isn’t The Summoning itself, but establishing a context for it. Kreng eventually summons Amenra as dark ambient eventually summons sludge. There is a lot of silence in this record. The quietened effect would lead you to assume an inconclusive result; that it cannot or ever will make a more forceful indentation in the listener’s experience. As it turns out, this isn’t quite true.
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The Summoner is a subdued album that culminates in cacophony. But watch: here are the dozen stringed instruments, the long, slow draws. This is prelude; this is anticipation. None of the instruments are played as expected. And there’s Kreng, sitting cross-legged on the floor, surveying it all. Strings snap, wood buckles, stems are hit; it’s the sound of everything falling apart. In the moment when all hell breaks loose, the artist is insulated behind glass, examining untamed emotions through an opaque barrier. This leads to the concept. The Summoner is grown from grief.
That’s one of the things that makes The Summoner a tricky album to address. It’s based on five established stages of mourning, but the songs represent personal retaliation to losing a number of close friends. It takes the listener on an almost structured journey that seems so far removed from the actual physical state of grieving that it has every potential to fail at the first hurdle. Having heard Works For Abattoir Fermé 2007-2011, it’s impossible to say that Kreng demonstrates an overarching aesthetic - his work is far too varied and instinctual. However, there is a distinctive personality within each of his albums that is wholly discerning, and whatever form that presence might assume, it sits center stage throughout The Summoner.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Featuring – Amenra
- Recorded At – Motor Music, Mechelen
- Recorded At – Hearse Studio
- Mastered At – Durton Studio
- Pressed By – www.HandleWithCare.de
- Arranged By – Kreng
- Artwork By – Erik Skodvin
- Composed By – Kreng
- Mastered By – Nils Frahm
- Photography By – Stef Lernous
- Producer – Kreng
Limited to 1000 copies
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 880918221120
- Matrix / Runout: MIACD030 AE70234-01 www.handlewithcare.de
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L573
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 9710
|MIALP030||Kreng||The Summoner (LP, Album, Ltd)||Miasmah||MIALP030||Germany||2015|
|MIACD030||Kreng||The Summoner (CD, Promo, pla)||Miasmah||MIACD030||Germany||2015|