Sinfonia for the blunt sword

Posted in experimental, music by pavlo on 7th 2008f June, 2008

Yesterday I received an e-mail from a friend, who told me a wonderful thing – he finished his work on his album.

It is already 3 Years ago, since I have heard some very first excerpts of the album. It sounded great to me. I was really impressed about what one can do using only “self made” equipment and imagination. kARHu, who did the main work in the project, writes about his album:

At last! Those years of nuclear bomb testing finally paid off – we’re hereby releasing Sinfonia For The Blunt Sword. Yes, it took quite some time – all the music production and composition over the years drove us insane in the end. So here it is, our work of brutal beauty: It’s possibly the soundtrack for taking your M1 Abrams on a lowride in your damned Metropolis before flipping it over your neighbor’s SUV.

The album is very melodic and is a great mixture of artificial and experimental sounds, which flow together with some folk motives and vocal and create a really exciting atmosphere, which gives an impression of something deep and fantastic. One does enjoy every sound.

Since the album is published under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported licence, it is Free as in Freedom.
You can download and listen to the whole Album at



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  1. sh33run said, on 7th 2009f July, 2009 at 3:46

    Great album. I’m listening it all the time. I’d like to buy it but sadly I can’t ;(

  2. ipekel said, on 2nd 2010f March, 2010 at 20:48

    Downloaded like four hours ago and I have to say I’ve been replaying it ever since… awesome album.
    congratz to your friend!

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