ORGAN metal. You get to work some of the feelings for the appropriation of Anna von Hausswolff new album. The following first disc immensely praised the girl will start with a new intro maffigt the fleshy organ is going 15 minutes into the material. Anyone been on an organ concert in a large church with an instrument that can give that boost pressure in the pipes know what I’m talking about. Just great organ sounds can produce almost crying emotions in the body, even a sense of something almost overwhelming.
The audio comes from a sudden infatuation with the organ sound. Or sudden, by the way, has a father named Carl Michael von Hausswolff and is internationally known sound artist, she has enough early met a sound world that offers many entrances to the experiences and depression.
The entire disc’s sound is dominated by the organ, even when following the magistrala intro turns into more popartade songs. But overall the music is based on repetitive loops that draws inspiration from the derivative dronemetal.En style of music with hypnotic force grind down the listener with clear repeated sequences.
The organ is sound images and sentiments which Anna von Hausswolff on this album skillfully combines with her elastic voice. It feels a bit tedious to once again compare a female voice with Kate Bush, but there is such a relationship in her way to stretch his voice. It is beautiful and outrageous magical at the same time. The whole album is full of soundscapes signed with sizzling powerful kolkritor which then crumbles in the fading of scenes that throws between hope and something you could feel in as an apocalypse.
Anna von Hausswolff is an artist who hardly babble on the surface. She looks in depth but she does it in a fascinating way that arouses the desire to hear more. “Ceremony” is dedicated to her grandfather who passed away may be a few years ago, so if the last album was titled with a proximity to the grave, she wants this time turn against life - to the full organ sound.