Heimatærde ‎– Kadavergehorsam

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COP International ‎– COP CD095
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1 Gedanken 3:36
2 Lebloser Koerper
Featuring – Winterstahl
5:40
3 Eins Sein 5:16
4 Jerusalem 4:15
5 Gott Will Es (Pax Vobiscum Version) 2:34
6 Morituri Salutant
Featuring – X-Fusion
3:48
7 Koening Von Thule 3:45
8 Dona Nobis Pacem 3:55
9 Brueder 4:14
10 Die Schlacht
Featuring – Xotox
5:10
11 Morte 4:10
12 Verflucht 3:35
13 Warum Das Leiden Lohnt
Featuring – ASP
6:16
14 Im Sande Des Wahns 4:16
15 Leben
Featuring – Die In Winter
6:27

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 03513 00952 1
  • Matrix / Runout: COPI.060727.001
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY22
  • Label Code: LC 02441

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FACT 3056-2 Heimatærde Kadavergehorsam(CD, Album) Infacted Recordings FACT 3056-2 Germany 2006 Sell This Version
none Heimatærde Kadavergehorsam(CDr, Album, Promo) Infacted Recordings none Germany 2006 Sell This Version
GRR 012 Heimatærde Kadavergehorsam(CD, Album) Gravitator Records GRR 012 Russia 2006 Sell This Version
FACT3056-2 Heimatærde Kadavergehorsam(CDr, Promo) Infacted Recordings FACT3056-2 Germany 2006 Sell This Version

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jackthetab

jackthetab

March 8, 2008

Energetic German industrial EBM merged with archaic, medieval ambient melodies and interludes. These layers are mixed with your typical dancey industrial beat, however this project is somewhat different sounding. The interludes throughout this album are as strong as the original score tracks. Tracks like "Jerusalem", "Dona nobis pacem" and Verflucht" are original sounding. "Jerusalem" is a combination of Celtic and Middle Eastern melodies with a strong danceable beat of capitivating madness. Some tracks such as "Morituri salutant" and "Die Schlact" are full of pounding beats, never ending and distorted vocals ever forming. The v-coded vocals are difficult to understand at times, and sung in german. There are sporadic medieval vox samples of a knight thrown in for good measure.

Overall, there is a good variety of music and beats per minute presented, and work very well on this album. Kadavergehorsam works because it sounds different than the typical music plaguing the genre.