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Skepticism - Ethere
Skepticism - Ethere
Performer: Skepticism
Title: Ethere
Label: Red Stream
Country: US
Released: 1997
Style: Funeral Doom Metal
Cat: RSR-0119
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2223 mb | MP3 size: 1576 mb | WMA size: 1650 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1The March And The Stream11:58
2Aether8:39
3Chorale6:38

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RSR-0119Skepticism Ethere ‎(CD, EP, RE)Red StreamRSR-0119USUnknown

Credits

  • Artwork [Cover Art], Cover [Cover Art]R. Komprihette
  • Music By, Lyrics BySkepticism
  • Photography BySkepticism
  • ProducerSkepticism

Notes

Recorded in spring-fall of 1997.

This version features no barcode on the back. It has the old "Red Stream" logo in the lower left corner.
The backside of the booklet features also the "Red Stream" logo and their address at Camp Hill, PA, along with their old website www.rstream.com

Later repressed with a slightly different booklet and back. The Red Stream logo was removed and their address updated. The back featured the newer Red Stream, Inc. logo.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: R01530010 G1 971211
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi LF11

Video

Album

Absolute Eternal Masterpiece. Finnish Funeral Doom. I have not the rights of this - Skepticism Album - Ethere Song - Chorale Year - 1997 Country - Finland Genre - Funeral Doom Metal Lyrics: For ages After ages Sails unfilled Doors. Alloy' is a Skepticism album that sounds least like a Skepticism album, but there is nothing wrong with that. These songs are really awesome in their own right, especially the last three. I actually wouldn't mind if Skepticism called it quits with this as their last album, but I do hope they make more music. 2015 г. Matti Tilaeus Jani Kekarainen Pasi Pöyry Lasse Pelkonen. Past members. Skepticism is a funeral doom metal band from Finland. Formed in 1991, they are regarded as one of the pioneers of the genre. After this, the band released its first 'pair', an EP and album which are thematically connected: Ethere 1997 and Lead and Aether 1998. In 1999, Aes was released, a one-track EP lasting almost 28 minutes, and another departure into different stylistic territory from the band. A variety of musical themes are explored before the song turns back upon itself and returns to the opening theme. Photography by Skepticism. The reissue has the old Red Stream logo removed from the booklet and an updated address. Recording information: Recorded in spring-fall of 1997. Produced by Skepticism. Identifiers: Barcode: none Matrix, Runout: R01530010 G1 971211 Mastering SID code: ifpi LF11 Mould SID code: none. Alloy is the fourth studio album by the Finnish funeral doom band Skepticism. The album was released through Red Stream Inc. on October 20, 2008. The album was released five years after Skepticism's previous effort, Farmakon. Following the albums' release, Skepticism went on the Exorcising the Funeral tour, along with Pantheist and Ophis. Skepticism also performed at the Dutch Doom Days and have plans for The Maniacal Alloy Tour with Esoteric. The Arrival 6:38. March October 10:30. Skepticism had a bassist on their 7 debut who quit right after its release. On their second release they had a bass player from another band. The bass on Stormcrowfleet was a session member from the band Lihtede. Eero Pöyry initially joined as a second guitarist. Participated on the compilation. Read more. Listen to music from Skepticism like Sign of a Storm, Pouring & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from. Besides the music, Skepticism purposefully create a mysterious and abstract atmosphere, in terms of lyrics, artwork, contact with the outside world, Listen to music from Skepticism like Sign of a Storm, Pouring & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Skepticism. Besides the music, Skepticism purposefully create a mysterious and abstract atmosphere, in terms of lyrics, artwork, contact with the outside world, read more. Skepticism is a funeral doom metal band from Riihimäki, Finland. Combining painfully slow death doom metal styled riffs, solemn keyboards and sparse percussion with deep growling, they create songs that are both within the read more. Songs in album Skepticism - Ethere 1997. Skepticism - The March And The Stream. Skepticism - Aether. Skepticism - Chorale. Total votes: 2. Other albums by Skepticism. Funeral Doom