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Discography for the experimental music group Bull of Heaven. 001: Weed Problem (Jan 30, 2008). 002: He Is Not Dead, But Sleepeth (2008). 003: Eleven Floors Down (2008). 004: Reasoning in State Hospital (2008). 005: A Lovely Pear (2008). 006: The Myth of Dinosaurs (2008). 007: Reptilian Takeover (2008). 008: A Wall Between Two Gardens (2008). 009: First Our Pleasures Die (2008). 010: A White Surveillance Van (2008). 011: Spacewalking Your New Way Home (2008). 012: Timeship 2012 (2008).
By What Eternal Streams. Crime And Infamy Have A Right Of Asylum Here Bull Of Heaven. White As The Petals Of Some Water Flower Bull Of Heaven. The Ruin And Absence Of The World Bull Of Heaven. Reduced To A Square Of Planed Wood Bull Of Heaven. I Cut The Liver Out Of A Drifter Bull Of Heaven. One Hour Of Fire, And Let All Be Ended!
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By What Eternal Streams/Prologue (1998) by Valar. Labels: Stålhammar Productions. Genres: Black Metal, Ambient Members: Dragongod Narqath.
Album Name By What Eternal Streams - Prologue. Wydawcy Stålhammar Productions. Styl muzycznyEpic Black. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 1. The Haunted Palace. 2. The Bridal Ballad. 3. A Dream Within a Dream. 4. To One in Paradise.
Bull of Heaven is an experimental duo who makes really long songs. Their longest completed song is called "Like a Wall in Which an Insect Lives and Gnaws".
Helpfully, Bull of Heaven often release excerpts of their longest pieces, so if you’re too lazy and/or mortal to make it through the full-length, you can at least get a taste. The guys behind all this cosmically creeping doom are not some academic aesthetes who teach aleatoric composition at NYU or some shit. For a while, it seemed like Bull of Heaven might have died with Counts. But just a couple months ago, Keener released a new BoH album called Fight Night for the Ghosts of Heaven, so it appears he plans to keep the project going as a solo venture, perhaps in tribute to his late bandmate. Fight Night is, by Bull of Heaven standards, a downright conventional affair, clocking in at a mere, relatively non-repetitive 36 minutes, broken into what sound like discrete, song-length chunks.