With the intense blastbeat-riffing combined with heavy and -for lack of better words- 'melodic dark' parts together with the aggressiveness of the vocals, the works just smashes through the listener, one after the other. Sensational and brilliant pieces of work (Art !)Vicious Art started up in 2002. Matti Mäkelä (Guitar) and Robert Lundin (Drums), who both used to be in Dark Funeral, was joined by long time friends and fellow-musicians Jocke Widfeldt (Vocals) (Dominion Caligula, Obscurity Sthlm) and Tobbe Sillman (Guitar) (Guidance of Sin, The dead). After a while Jocke felt 'tied up' handling both the vocals and the bass (you will understand why when you see him live) and so the band decided to start looking for a permanent bassplayer. In early 2004 the band finally got in touch with Jörgen Sandström (Grave, Entombed, Projet Hate MCMXCIX, Krux) and right from the start, during their first rehearsal together, everybody knew that this was going to be a classic collaboration. Not only did Jörgen bring great bass-playing and backing vocals, he also takes part in the songwriting which without a doubt contributes to making the music what it is: VICIOUS ART!!
With the intense blastbeat-riffing combined with heavy and -for lack of better words- 'melodic dark' parts together with the aggressiveness of the vocals, the works just smashes through the listener, one after the other. Sensational and brilliant pieces of work (Art !)Vicious Art started up in 2002. Matti Mäkelä (Guitar) and Robert Lundin (Drums), who both used to be in Dark Funeral, was joined by long time friends and fellow-musicians Jocke Widfeldt (Vocals) (Dominion Caligula, Obscurity Sthlm) and Tobbe Sillman (Guitar) (Guidance of Sin, The dead). After a while Jocke felt 'tied up' handling both the vocals and the bass (you will understand why when you see him live) and so the band decided to start looking for a permanent bassplayer. In early 2004 the band finally got in touch with Jörgen Sandström (Grave, Entombed, Projet Hate MCMXCIX, Krux) and right from the start, during their first rehearsal together, everybody knew that this was going to be a classic collaboration. Not only did Jörgen bring great bass-playing and backing vocals, he also takes part in the songwriting which without a doubt contributes to making the music what it is: VICIOUS ART!!
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Format: CD
Label: TEEM
Rel. Date: 03/01/2019
UPC: 803341172425

Fire Falls And The Waiting Waters
Artist: Vicious Art
Format: CD
New: Available $20.98 $18.49 ON SALE
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DISC: 1

1. Debria Seems to Be Bleeding
2. Komodo Lights
3. Fire Falls
4. A Whistler and His Gun
5. Ceremony the Waiting Waters
6. Mother Dying
7. The Poet Must Die
8. Cut This Heathen Free
9. War 1
10. Why Would the Captured Set Free the Flies?

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With the intense blastbeat-riffing combined with heavy and -for lack of better words- 'melodic dark' parts together with the aggressiveness of the vocals, the works just smashes through the listener, one after the other. Sensational and brilliant pieces of work (Art !)Vicious Art started up in 2002. Matti Mäkelä (Guitar) and Robert Lundin (Drums), who both used to be in Dark Funeral, was joined by long time friends and fellow-musicians Jocke Widfeldt (Vocals) (Dominion Caligula, Obscurity Sthlm) and Tobbe Sillman (Guitar) (Guidance of Sin, The dead). After a while Jocke felt 'tied up' handling both the vocals and the bass (you will understand why when you see him live) and so the band decided to start looking for a permanent bassplayer. In early 2004 the band finally got in touch with Jörgen Sandström (Grave, Entombed, Projet Hate MCMXCIX, Krux) and right from the start, during their first rehearsal together, everybody knew that this was going to be a classic collaboration. Not only did Jörgen bring great bass-playing and backing vocals, he also takes part in the songwriting which without a doubt contributes to making the music what it is: VICIOUS ART!!