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IN LACRIMAE AD TENEBRIS
(Released in 2015)

Different of the previous album. Dark Universe and hopeless, timelessness. Mankind is assaulted by a new enemy from heaven. Desolation, death, sadness and end times. The men have not been able to unite against this common threat. The futile beliefs and dogmas have not come to the aid of their worshipers, because it have never existed.
And never more mankind trusted in God.

In Lacrimae Ad Tenebris 1. Overture - Automne en déclin
2. Processus des absous
3. Apocalyptique acclimatation
4. Mémoires mortes
5. Les cordes des lamentations
6. Trahison - Résurrection
7. Trou noir
8. Absconse résilience
9. Perverse procréation
10. Ending - L'exode de Novembre



Photographs (from Irish Famine Monument, Dublin) and editing by Sombre Loki.
Composed, arranged, recorded by Sombre Loki.

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GYLFAGINNING
(Released in 2008)

First project. Dedicated to cold black-metal and pagan culture. Instrumental except one piece which describe a man of the silent battlefield, after battle, who has left for dead. Illustration of true and ancient complex of nordic culture : to not die during the battle. This man is stil alive, and would to die.

Gylfaginning 1. La prophétie
2. Dans le trépas de nos ennemis
3. Le village
4. Avec Odin et les Valkyries
5. Cadavres dans la brume
6. Auprès du feu
7. Vers la victoire
8. La saga



Picture editing editing by Sombre Loki.
Composed, arranged, recorded by Sombre Loki.

Creative Commons License
"Gylfaginning" (and all songs) by Sombre Loki (Bertrand R.) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

 2015 - Sombre Loki 
"And never more mankind trusted in God."