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Not "metal" and no claim to be "metal."

Ulver doesn't profess to be the lightbearers of "metal" and makes no claim that this album is "metal." It'd be nice if people would actually review the album itself rather than wasting everyone's time griping about whether the album is metal or not. Ulver focuses upon mood, atmosphere, and melody over musical distortion and heaviness. The album is beautiful to listen to and shouldn't really be a surprise to anyone who's followed the band's progression over the past several years. If you don't enjoy what they're creating, go listen to other cds. There's plenty out there to satiate the need for "metal." Take your ears, your attention, and your comments elsewhere. Other listeners--and the band itself--will appreciate what Ulver is currently doing, rather than what they did 20 years ago!

A Masterpiece

Some are complaining that this isn't metal. Ulver hasn't been a metal band for 15 years. Anyone who has liked the last few albums shouldn't be too surprised when they hear what this album sounds like. Love every minute of it. My only complaint is that it doesn't include the Prince cover they did a few years ago...

just they're style

I think the album was them contiuing they're evolution of there music they have been there own platform making the music that they want to hear the only complaint is that two song i think that they could have down with out.


Formed: 1994 in Oslo, Norway

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Norway's Ulver took their name from the Norse word for "wolf." As a unit, they are one of the most diverse groups in North European music. Though initially regarded as a black metal band, they have worked in numerous genres -- all dependent on predetermined concepts -- rendering them personae unto themselves. Led by vocalist Garm (Kristoffer Rygg), Ulver recorded three albums that created a trilogy andspawned a global reputation for stylistic unpredictability. The first, 1995's Bergtatt, was a...
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Childhood's End, Ulver
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Jul 03, 2012

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