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"Morourae" is a track originally recorded in March-April 2013 during a previous incarnation of Glass Shrine, originally planned to be the first song of a four-song demo. Once the project adopted its current name, three of those original songs were re-recorded to create Impurities, but due to an overall dissatisfaction with this song, it was left behind. Having revisited it recently, I believe it possesses a certain undeniable conviction and passion and tells an important part of the story of Glass Shrine. I have remastered it to provide the version available here.
The song title, as were the song titles of all the original versions of the Impurities tracks, is meaningless gibberish à la early Njiqahdda.
released January 27, 2017
D.L. - guitars, vocals, piano
Vyhladit (L.M.) - drums, bass
Artwork by D.L. and Coral South.
Recorded in March-April 2013.
Mixed and mastered by D.L.
Additional mixing by Charles Wong.
An influence on my own works. Upbeat, lightning-fast, pummeling psychedelic death metal à la Mithras with cheery major-scale melodies and an emotional, frank presentation. A modern masterpiece. Glass Shrine
Another project I was involved in - avant-garde metal (compiled in exquisite corpse fashion with no coordination between composers) with 14 musicians, dozens of genres and excellent riffs. Glass Shrine
I've kept this album in my wishlist for a year waiting for the right time, right place. I think this is it now, for reasons known to me. And it's possibly one of the most important albums of this time (together with Mgła's Age of Excuse).
Worse still, one of the most important works of art of this time: not just in metal and not just in music.
And OK, my lovely one from them.
How tf anybody can call DsO fascists because of this remains inconceivable to me. YomaBarr