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The Ruins of Beverast


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“The Ruins of Beverast“ ist das Black Metal-Hauptprojekt des Musikers Meilenwald.

Meilenwald ist ein Mitbegruender des Wod-Van, eines Interessen- und Freundeskreises von Black Metallern aus dem Raum Aachen.
Erfahrungen sammelte er primaer in der Wod-Van Band Nagelfar und einigen anderen befreundeten Bands (Abusus, Truppensturm, Kermania ). Nach der Aufloesung von Nagelfar begann Meilenwald mit der Arbeit an „The Ruins of Beverast“. Nach der „The furious Waves of Damnation“-Demo gruendete Sveinn (ehml. Nagelfar) das Label Ván um das erste TRoB-Album mit dem Titel “Unlock the Shrine“ zu veroeffentlichen. Zwei Jahre darauf das Album “Rain Upon The Impure“.
Im Jahre 2007 folgte erst eine Split-EP mit Urfaust und im weiteren Verlauf des Jahres ein Beitrag zu dem Vier-Band-Split “Gott in uns“.
Am 11ten September 2009 wurde das neue Album „Foulest Semen Of A Sheltered Elite“ veroeffentlicht.

Inhaltlich behandelt „The Ruins of Beverast“ Themen wie Okkultismus, Religion und Krieg.
Musikalisch bewegt sich „The Ruins of Beverast“ zwischen atmosphaerischem Black Metal, Doom, und Ambient.
Der Sound der Band ist sehr eigen und es ist durchaus schwer ihn mit dem anderer Bands zu vergleichen.

Label: Ván

- The furious Waves of Damnation (Demo, 2003)
- Unlock The Shrine (Album, 2004)
- Rain upon the Impure (Album, 2006)
- Urfaust / The Ruins of Beverast (Split, 2007)




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  • haadeus

    maybe it's just a throw-around tag for everything that is depressingly bad? hell, someone might call all black metal depressive.

    Gestern um 09:18 Antworten
  • wicked-mystic

    That tag really gets around, best just ignore it.

    22. Okt., 20:28 Antworten
  • InEndlessGrief

    Tagged as "Depressive Black Metal"?

    11. Okt., 15:38 Antworten
  • PestNoir

    Imho: Unlock the Shrine>Rain upon the Impure>Semen>Gospell of H.K.

    5. Okt., 14:06 Antworten
  • spicegirlsrule

    The only album I find kinda mediocre is the last one. Just doesn't click with me no matter how many times I spin it. The rest of the discog is pretty damn solid.

    26. Sep., 5:17 Antworten
  • estebanfuego

    All albums are above average.. even Furious Waves, nothing boring in the discography in my opinion, but you could say i'm a fanboy

    13. Sep., 13:14 Antworten
  • wicked-mystic

    "...never went back to" - If you've only listened to Rain Upon the Impure once and think you have it pegged you're kidding yourself. That album is a grower if ever there was one.

    31. Aug., 17:18 Antworten
  • Omega_Switch22B

    I agree to some extent... Rain is his only LP that I was underwhelmed by and never went back to. Unlock the Shrine is far superior imo. But then I'm even more partial to Foulest Semen and his following releases, which black metal purists might not be so into but the ritualistic elements of his sound are utterly intoxicating.

    28. Aug., 1:30 Antworten
  • Ellizabett


    26. Jul., 18:53 Antworten
  • Jureiko

    Rain is an overhyped bore of epic proportions, and I'm not even talking about the production

    10. Jul., 14:04 Antworten
  • npcza

    seeing these guys live at hellfest was awesome - they manage to recreate the atmosphere quite well given limited resources

    2. Jul., 20:00 Antworten
  • EquiWish


    1. Jul., 16:09 Antworten
  • versionfiv


    25. Jun., 17:52 Antworten
  • crazysharky666

    Interesting stuff to say the least.

    7. Mai., 2:59 Antworten
  • AS_Luemmel

    1 minute of google (although I knew before for what the name stands) would've enlightend you: Excerpt from an interview: "As a mythological symbol, the ruined bridge of "Bifröst" (which is the original ancient nordic expression for the old German word "Beberast", which I modified to "Beverast") is a synonym for the end of the world. The literature of ancient Germanic belief in Pagan Europe bequeathes lots of different manifestations for the process of the apocalypse. One of them is the colossal bridge between heaven and earth, crumbling down when the eschatological giants ("sons of Muspell") ride over it."

    4. Mai., 8:34 Antworten
  • estebanfuego

    I see both Nagelfar and TRoB as some of the main purveyors of apocalyptic chaos without being obnoxious like a lot of bands are

    28. Apr., 12:03 Antworten
  • cfvk

    where can i buy a shirt?

    25. Apr., 1:52 Antworten
  • Zuranthus

    My lords, I seriously doubt that Herr Meilenwald intended us to split hairs over the historic and linguistic peculiarities of the name (after all, it's initially derived from "Beberast", as he himself has revealed). Wouldn't it be more sensible to interpret the name according to the actual spiritual situation - in the context of the total loss of divine guidance and loss of possibility of reaching godhood (therefore the "ruins") that has befallen the human realm ("Midgard") nowadays..?

    24. Apr., 21:41 Antworten
  • pleaserepent

    How is that relevant? I was talking about the origin of the myth, not the name of the bridge.

    23. Apr., 17:44 Antworten


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