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Aasverus
  • Artist: La Nuit Mystique
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479889516
  • Item #: 1408426X
  • Genre: Heavy Metal
  • Release Date: 9/22/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Aasverus on CD

Celano il loro volto dietro a delle maschere, si avvolgono in vellutati mantelli e ci trasportano, grazie a una sonorità di sapore medievale, in un mondo mitico, onirico, surreale, ma anche colto. La Nuit Mystique ha al suo attivo l\'album autoprodotto Aasverus, nel quale, scivolando dolcemente attraverso le dodici tracce di cui è composto, ci svela la triste storia dell\'omonimo personaggio, costretto dal Cristo a vagare sulla Terra per l\'eternità. In un primo tempo, Aasverus vede ciò come una benedizione, ma con il trascorrere degli anni e dei secoli, capisce il senso di quella condanna: vede morire di vecchiaia la donna che ama, si trova catapultato in guerre, lotte di potere, catastrofi naturali. La morte, così tanto agognata, lo circonda, ma non lo consuma. A duo out of Milan, Italy, La Nuit Mystique successfully revert to a gothic style with medieval connotations, focussing on the figure of a storyteller, evoking ancient townscapes and bygone times when legends were passed on from generation to generation, long before humans elected consumerism as their guiding god, giving up their personal sensibilities in the process. The tale in question concerns Aasverus who, believe it or not, had a raw with Christ himself and ended up being doomed to eternal wandering as a result (well, even Christ has got the right to run out of patience, or...). The setting is quite mystic and mentioning Ataraxia in this context is nearly obligatory, given the subject matter. The band interpretation is however quiet dry in comparison, being (I believe) fully digital. They do capture the overall feel very well, but one can feel that a whole lot of the potential is unexplored. Aasverus is actually a great piece of work and is a well above an average demo. Get it properly orchestrated and produced and you have a winner. (By Gianfri) http://digilander. Libero. It/lanuitmystique/.