AllerseelenAlle Lust Will Ewigkeit / Traumlied

Label:Aorta – AOR702
Vinyl, 7", Limited Edition
Style:Industrial, Experimental, Ambient


AAlle Lust Will Ewigkeit6:39


Limited edition of 500 copies pressed on transparent blue vinyl. Both tracks were previously made available on The Nitha Fields CD.

This single is dedicated to Leni Riefenstahl. The front cover features a portrait of Leni Riefenstahl taken from her film Das Blaue Licht (1932). The back cover features two stills from the film Der Heilige Berg (1925/26) by Arnold Fanck with Leni Riefenstahl.


  • seele-brennt's avatar
    Edited 17 years ago
    Comments by Kadmon, the 'leader' of Allerseelen, on the reasoning behind the dedication to Leni Riefenstahl:
    "She was and still is a beautiful and powerful  woman.  She reminds me of the Tarot card Forza -- the woman or goddess with the lion. I recently saw her in a documentary -- she is still very charming, very active. I sent some copies of this blue vinyl 7" release to her in Bavaria and got a very friendly answer.  She was amazed and surprised by this release. She was a dancer before her career as filmmaker. One of her dances was called Traumblüte -- Dream Blossom. I dedicated this 7" to her because Traumlied means Dream Song and Alle Lust will Ewigkeit (All Lust Wants Eternity) has for me a deep connection to Leni Riefenstahl's beautiful movie Das Blaue Licht (The Blue Light) about a girl living in the mountains, guarding a grotto with blue crystals. This blue light is the reason why I chose the colours silver and blue for the 7". I also wanted to release something, which is easier to listen to by people who are not that much into the darker, industrial works of Allerseelen. Though I am not really sure whether she really liked the songs."


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