VRÎMUOT release ‘Palingenese’ video clip

VRÎMUOT ‘Palingenese’ taken from the album “O Tempora, O Mores!”

VRÎMUOT have released a beautiful new video for the track ‘Palingenese‘ taken from their forthcoming full-length “O Tempora, O Mores“, which has been scheduled for release this Friday, September 25th. More information about the record can be found below.

The German term “Palingenese” (engl. “palingenesis”) ultimately derives from Greek philosophy and denotes the concepts of reincarnation and cyclic rejuvenation. In Christian myth it means rebirth through baptism.

VRÎMUOT mastermind T.S.  comments on ‘Palingenese’:

“Resurrection in the cyclic dance
Kali awake! Wolf song!
Flaming sky. Golden glance
Unrecognised beauty: “Decline”

Wiederentstehung im zyklischen Tanz
Kali erwache! Wolfsgesang!
Flammender Himmel. Goldener Glanz
Verkannte Schönheit: “Niedergang”

VRÎMUOT band pictures and other graphic materials are available at this link: 
https://shwca.se/vrimuot

On further news, VRÎMUOT will reveal another new clip for the track ‘Erwachen’ tonight at 19:00 CESThttps://youtu.be/1lMDl7yWU-o 

Watch this space for more VRÎMUOT videos coming this week.

Tracklist
1. Aufbruch
2. Nymphaea Alba
3. Palingenese
4. Erwachen
5. Wolffsangel
6. Ewiger Mond

“O Tempora, O Mores!” is the debut album of Germany’s most promising new neofolk artist: VRÎMUOT. While staying true to the genre’s core aesthetics and stylings, VRÎMUOT‘s mythopoeic darkfolk should rather be seen as a reinforcement and an update of classic neofolk values.

VRÎMUOT from Germany’s fabled Teutoburg Forest infuse fresh blood into the time-honored body of neofolk. This is made clear – resoundingly so – by “O Tempora, O Mores!” (Cicero: “Oh the times! Oh the customs!”), the project’s debut album.

VRÎMUOT, meaning “candour” in medieval German were founded by composer, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist T.S. to approach neofolk in DIY-way without any digital tools and unfolding in unusually long, intense narratives of carefully cafted complexity.

Describing his venture as “mythopoeic darkfolk”, T.S. wields his metaphorical weapons of choice to cathartic effect, conveying a positive message. “It is only through self-reflection that we transcend mundane existence, lighting a flame that strengthens and warms us”, declares the musician. “A flame of hope. An eternal flame.”

“O Tempora, O Mores!” is “a polemic put to song”, T.S. elaborates further, “based on personal experience of loss and recapture but also relatable to modernity and its inherent ills.” Above all though, his intent is to evoke feelings in the spirit of Romantic period artists, escaping the present “samsara” to seek enlightenment, “…the higher aim our natural being is striving for.”

The artwork of “O Tempora, O Mores!” is centered around 19th century sculptor Gotthard Sonnenfeld’s statue entitled “Besiegt” (“vanquished”), with medieval woodcuts and runes representing each tune and its specific “riddle” …

“O Tempora, O Mores!” was mastered by Markus Stock (EMPYRIUM).

Release date: September 25th

Pre-sale link: https://prophecy.lnk.to/vrimuot-2020

Line-up
T.S. aka Lupus Viridis – compositions, all instruments, vocals

VRÎMUOT on Facebookwww.facebook.com/Vrimuot

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