segunda-feira, 5 de outubro de 2015

Devil Doll - The Sacrilege Of Fatal Arms

  • Banda / Band: Devil Doll
  • Álbum / Album: The Sacrilege Of Fatal Arms
  • Ano / Year: 1993/1994
  • Tipo / Type: CD
  • Selo / Label: Renaissance Records
  • Gênero(s) / Genre(s): Avant-garde/Symphonic/Progressive with Rock and Metal Elements
  • País / Country: International
  • Qualidade / Quality: MP3@CBR320kbps
  • Tamanho / Size: 154 MB
01. The Sacrilege Of Fatal Arms

2 comentários:

  1. The Sacrilege of Fatal Arms is an album by Devil Doll. It is a reworked, remixed, extended version of their previous release Sacrilegium. It is the original soundtrack to the film of the same name, which was written and directed by Mr. Doctor, the creative force behind Devil Doll.

  2. "original soundtrack to the film of the same name"

    I cant find this film,I found only this

    The Day of Wrath - 1943
    The movie "Vredens dag" but perhaps better known under its English name, The Day of Wrath, is a movie that truely belongs here in the world of Mr.Doctor. The movie was directed by one of Mr.Doctor's favourite movie makers Carl Theodor Dreyer (the other being F.W. Murnau). The Day of Wrath was the main inspiration behind the album Dies Irae (which also means Day of Wrath).
    So what is this movie all about? What makes this such a great movie that it has inspired THE MAN to write the wonderful album that we now know as Dies Irae?
    Day of Wrath is a black and white movie that was released in 1943 and directed by Carl T. Dreyer and is based on a play from Hans Wiers-Jenssen that was performed in 1909. The play, entitled Anne Pedersdotter, consists of four acts and is based on a true story that took place in the 16th century (although during the 68th minute of the movie the date 1639 can be seen although the real Anne Pedersdotter was burned alive on the stake in 1590). It is actually one of the most known cases of alleged witchcraft in Norway (the other being the case of Lisbeth Nypan) and next to the before mentioned play and the movie Vredens Dag also the opera La Fiamma (1934) by the Italian composer Ottorino Respighi was inspired by these events and in 1971 another opera by Edvard Fliflet Bræin entitled Anne Pedersdotter was based on the same play from Hans Wiers-Jenssen.