Fallen is the eighth studio album by the Norwegian artist Burzum, released on 7 March 2011. The cover art is taken from the painting Elegy (1899) by French painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau.
The album title means the same thing in Norwegian and English. Varg Vikernes has stated that the Norwegian word is the intended title. Track translations: 01. From the World Tree 02. I Am Falling 03. Fallen 04. Madness 05. Each Man to His Own 06. The Message 07. To Hel and Back Again. Varg has given the translation to track 3 as 'The Fallen/Chosen (on a Battlefield)'. Cover picture is Elegy by Adolphe-William Bouguereau. Recording information
With "Fallen", the second Burzum album recorded and released since he left jail, Varg Vikernes signals he's not just back in the business of churning out melodic folk-tinged black metal but is seriously carving out his particular minimalist niche within it. Apart from the two instrumental tracks that open and close the album, "Fallen" sounds like a continuation of the melodic first half of the previous comeback "Belus" album which itself was a continuation of the "Filosofem" album, way back in 1996: the songs usually have simple structures based o. .
With "Fallen", the second Burzum album recorded and released since he left jail, Varg Vikernes signals he's not just back in the business of churning out melodic folk-tinged black metal but is seriously carving out his particular minimalist niche within it.
Fallen" was made in November 2010.
A second new album of original Burzum material, Fallen, was released on 7 March 2011, followed by a compilation album, From the Depths of Darkness, containing re-recordings of tracks from Burzum's self-titled album and Det som engang var, on 28 November 2011 . Vikernes has described Burzum as a kind of "spell" or recreation of an imaginary world tied in with Pagan history.
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