The new Agrypnie album “Grenzgænger” can be offhand entitled as their magnum opus. With a playing time of overall more than one hour AGRYPNIE have created a multifaceted cosmos of sound which drags the listener more and more towards the abyss. Enraged furiousness abruptly turns into disenchanting hopelessness and all boundaries of time and space seem to blur with every step you take towards infinity.
The second album “Pavor Nocturnus” that is released at the same time contains songs from the split release with Fated which has not been available for years. The re-recording of these songs from the beginning of AGRYPNIE gives them a more massive garment for these titles. Furthermore, this album also contains new material that is completely afar from any black metal genres. The album is closed by orchestral reinterpretations of AGRYPNIE classics putting them in completely new light and approaching the songs from a different, quite novel perspective.
This trip into the depths of another dimension also has a playing time of far beyond one hour.
A hardcover mediabook compiling the two Agrypnie Albums "Grenzgænger" and "Pavor Nocturnus" in one set.
The mediabook opens as so collad altar fold leaving 4 pages for the inside (2 for the CDs, 2 for the booklets) and 4 pages for the outer side.
Comes with a 20 pages booklet for Grenzgænger and a 12 pages booklet for Pavor Nocturnus.
The CDs have a different artwork than the regular digipak and jewelcase versions.
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