Sunday, June 22, 2008

Les Legions Noire Part Five: Brenoritvrezorkre

Brenoritvrezorkre was Vorlok and Nifleim of Vlad Tepes. This project is interesting because it sort of bridges the gap between the black metal and ambient sides of Les Legions Noire. There were four demos released as Brenoritvrezorkre over the course of 1995 and 1996. All four are here.

15 comments:

rickdog said...

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Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing these gems with us, hail the Black Legions!

Aesop said...

Thanks, Rickdog. That is a tremendously cool and handy site you have there. I implore all who love the blogs to bookmark this.

Slobodan Burgher said...

Aesop - try the designated tread at Burning Japan forum.

Aesop said...

Thanks, Burgher. Hopefully he responds.

iceflame said...

Brenoritvrezorkre are certainly interesting, though not something I'd actually LISTEN to, like most of the obscure LLN stuff...

Are you planning to post SEVISS or the various projects they had? Seviss is brilliant and some of those projects are very weird, especially my favourite, PROJECT PSYCHE.

Aesop said...

Iceflame, Seviss here:
http://cosmichearse.blogspot.com/2008/03/les-legions-noire-part-two-seviss.html

Project Psyche (my favorite too) is coming soon.

Thanks for reading, commenting...

iceflame said...

I thought that I clicked on the LLN tag and checked what you've posted! I fail... but yes, Seviss are great, much better than most of that obscure LLN stuff. I do like some Aakon Keetreh and Moevot demos, though.

valter said...

Aesop, I wrote a post on Brenoritvrezorkre which links to the Cosmic Hearse on my blog, Documents. I enjoy yr blog very much!

valter said...

Thanks Aesop, I hope you'll enjoy the rest of the blog too. Two more posts on LLN are coming up!

01001000 said...

thanks!. but, as iceflame indicated, this post doesn't show up when i do a search for "LLN" on your blog.

FAKE DADA said...

month before last i was on a really bad bender of nothin' but free jazz. then i couldn't seem to get enough of the world music into my system (fela & serge bein' on the to of the list). then sometime a few weeks ago i couldn't stop thinkin' i needed to buy the movie gummo for the 3rd time. that thought led to me listenin' to what little metal i have in my collection. as of for or 5 days ago, i had no black metal at all whatsoever. i decided since i couldn't go & buy gummo, i'd just get the soundtrack off soulseek. by the end of the day i had ablbums by nifelheim, bethlehem, bathory, burzum, mayhem, emperor. basic stuffs. i'd had some urfaust on the computer for awhile, but had never properly listened to it. shit be bangin', so i got the rest of their stuff. i got tired of obsessively diggin' around on the "what other retards have bought" feature on amazon. then i smacked myself upside my brain for not trollin' through yr site. i'm still fairly new to the site, & didn't realize how my black metal ya'll talk about. fuckin' wow. blah blah. now i've got all the lln stuff ya'll got listed, & is so far the most intersting shit i've heard so far in regards to black metal. i love the scuzzy, no-fi that got dropped in mud, scary fuckin' sound they all seem to have. but, this fool here is the neatest thing i've heard in a long time. if sebadoh decided to grow a pair, team up with suicide, & play black metal, i think it might sound like this.

i'm just glad ya'll are here.

Anonymous said...

really interesting music, from a socio+ethno point of view. thanks a lot for posting it.

Anonymous said...

The album titles are misnamed.

Condensed Harris said...

you never did post project psyche...just sayin'.