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[Album of the Month: January]

Continuing their catalog of consistent artistic reinvention, Thy Catafalque's 10th studio album is an elegant culmination of orchestral, jazz, traditional folk and metal with familiar conceptual elements of Hungarian folklore, delivered in an atmospherically dense, meticulously arranged cacophony.

In spite of its diversely worldwide influences, the alluring soundscapes which strip away the harsher black metal sound for a more conventional folk aesthetic is, in a ... read more
Concerto for electric guitars and the universe.

The feeling is twofold when we plunge into a new Thy Catafalque album. The first one would be linked to a certain security: the band is a sure value as we find the touch of the genius genitor Tamas Katai at each new work. The second would be closer to curiosity: you never really know where this one will take you with its avant-garde music. His musical freedom has been demonstrated for a long time. It's now accepted that whoever started out in ... read more
when I listen to this album, I feel... I'm good, I'm beautiful...
and you are good and beautiful too...
am I naive?

there is something that never changes.

Köszi Tomi!
Best thing to come out of Hungary since their salami
Are you really sure they're Hungarian? I'd say they're aliens! Because Thy Catafalque have a totally fantastic vision of music, offering a multi-genre music that resonates like a multi-temporal music defying all logic but well done and allied in a totally coherent way. Even if this one is ironically not so complex to decipher.

It's a musical experience of unheard-of richness, comparable to a symphony, where their avant-garde will explores as much metal, folk as classical sounds leaving me ... read more
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Track List

  1. A bolyongás ideje
  2. Tsitsushka
  3. Embersólyom
  4. Számtalan színek
  5. A valóság kazamatái
  6. Kék madár (Négy kép)
  7. Napút
  8. Vető
  9. Szélvész
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Added on: October 23, 2019