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Ulver's latest or related album is Childhood's End
Which is released on 2012-07-03 from record company KSCOPE.
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Stereoboard Talks To Daniel OSullivan (Mothlite, Ulver & More) About His Many Projects - Source: Stereoboard Someone really doesnt want me to talk to Daniel OSullivan.
CD Review: ULVER Childhood's End - Source: Metal Injection Ulver have long been known for their restless experimentation, flitting from black metal to folk to dark ambient and all things in between ( mostly the in between things, actually).
ULVER Magic Hollow video - Source: Metal Injection Promo video for Ulver's take on Beau Brummels' 'Magic Hollow' taken from the forthcoming album 'Childhood's End'.
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Quick facts about Ulver
Ulver (Norwegian for "wolves"Ě) is a multi-disciplinary musical quartet from Oslo, Norway and now London, England. The band was formed by Kristoffer “Garm” Rygg in 1993, and their current members are Rygg (vocal, programming), J√łrn H. Sv√¶ren (misc.), Tore Ylwizaker (programming, piano) and latest member Daniel O’Sullivan (guitar, piano, various). Since their first folk metal/black metal release in 1993, Ulver's style has ever been changing by combining elements of experimental, electronic and ambient music, avant-garde, rock, trip-hop, and their own innovations. “Bergtatt - Et eeventyr i 5 capitler” is a folk-themed black metal album. The title Bergtatt literally translates as "mountain-taken"Ě, but is more commonly used to describe someone who is stricken with awe. In Norwegian folk tales the word refers to people who wander off into mountains, lured by trolls or other mythical beings. The narrative of the album's lyrics follows a woman as she becomes so mountain-taken. The subtitle means "An Adventure in 5 Chapters"Ě. Bergtatt features a melancholic, fully acoustical song Een Stemme Locker ("A Voice Beckons"Ě). “Kveldssanger”, Ulver's second album, contrasts with Bergtatt as it uses classical guitars, cello and chamber chants, and completely eschews the black-metal elements of Bergtatt, while still having a folk theme. Garm has since remarked that Kveldssanger was an "immature attempt at making a classical album."Ě He later clarified this by saying that the performance was immature, yet the content is strong when their youth is taken into account. Learn more about Ulver