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Sigur Rós - Kveikur album flac

  • Performer: Sigur Rós
  • Album: Kveikur
  • FLAC: 1251 mb | MP3: 1135 mb
  • Released: 2013
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Style: Post Rock
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 763
Sigur Rós - Kveikur album flac

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LP-A1 Brennisteinn
LP-A2 Hrafntinna
LP-B1 Ísjaki
LP-B2 Yfirborð
LP-C1 Stormur
LP-C2 Kveikur
LP-D1 Rafstraumur
LP-D2 Bláþráður
LP-D3 Var
10"-A1 Hryggjarsúla
10"-A2 Ofbirta
10"-B Brennisteinn (Blanck Mass Remix)
Remix – Blanck Mass

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XLCD606 Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD606 UK & Europe 2013
XLLP606 Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Han) XL Recordings XLLP606 UK 2013
XLCD606 Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Soyuz Music XLCD606 Russia 2013
XLCD606 Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD606 US 2013
SIG050018 Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album, Ltd) XL Recordings SIG050018 US 2013

Icelandic rock outfit Sigur Rós takes a somewhat dark turn on their seventh full-length, Kveikur. What did you think of this album?

Kveikur (pronounced, fuse or candlewick) is the seventh studio album from Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós. It was released on 17 June 2013 internationally and on 18 June 2013 in the United States through XL Recordings. It is the first album to be fully released through XL after the band departed EMI and Parlophone during the label's acquisition by Universal Music Group in 2012.

kveikur tour videos mediastream valtari store old site. Overview kveikur merch feed. brennisteinn - directed by andrew huang. performing hrafntinna in a cave somewhere under paris. performing kveikur on the tonight show with jay leno.

Sigur Rós' new album Kveikur is their first without founding member and keyboardist Kjartan Sveinnson, a record reacting to the impossible standards set by their groundbreaking early work by exposing their gnarled roots and demonic impulses. Sigur Rós’ relationship with their peers is about as one-sided as it gets: metal bands namedrop them as proof that they can be pretty, pop acts do the same to show an interest beyond verses and choruses. They serve a touchstone for electronic producers interested in apparitional mystery and their music gets placed in movies when directors are looking.

They tried acoustic folk elements on ‘Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust’ (‘With a Buzz in Our Ears We Play Endlessly’) in 2008, and last year’s ‘Valtari’ added extra synths and a baroque choir. Both were nice enough, but their latest album is something else entirely. Kveikur’ piles thick layers of abrasion, distortion, noise, pain, and discord onto the beautiful, swooning melodies that made the band’s name

Produced by Sigur Rós. Album Kveikur. Kveikjum í kveikiþráðum Og hlaupum svala skjól Við biðum Við biðum. Höldum fast fyrir eyrun Kreppum augun saman Við biðum Við biðum Við biðum. We don’t normally have a set idea about how the writing process is going to progress, but with Kveikur, we actually did sit down and say, ‘we should really try to make something completely different from anything we’ve ever done before,’ he said. We didn’t know exactly what that was going to be, but we thought that if we were going to make another record, we needed to step out of our comfort zone and push each other to do different things, and move in new directions

Sigur Rós. Kveikur ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Han).

On seventh album ‘Kveikur’, Sigur Rós are at their blackest and most sinister, sounding not so much reborn as in the ferocious throes of an almighty exorcism. Kveikur is by no means a bad record: beautifully arranged, it does a good job of avoiding the twee sugariness of Sigur Rós’ last couple of albums. That said, its elements of darkness feel incidental to the overall triumphal blueprint.