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Trees In Winter

by Sol Invictus

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Kevin Hollingsworth
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Kevin Hollingsworth Media, speaks so much of the hypocrisy of the age. Spot on social observation like that deserves a credit. Favorite track: Media.
Alvaro Luigi Ciglia
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Alvaro Luigi Ciglia The song, Looking For Europe i feel captures the zeitgeist of our ghastly times, elsewhere can be heard is a snippet of Ezra Pound's, Usura. Ezra Pound was a poet, supporter of Italian fascism, Adolf Hitler and a political prisoner. Put in jail because of what he said in Italy about America's involvement with the international bankers and war mongering. Favorite track: Looking For Europe.
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Noble re-release of the Sol Invictus classic

Featuring evergreens such as 'English Murder,' 'Media,' and 'Looking For Europe,' "Trees In Winter" has always been a highlight of every well-assorted Sol Invictus collection. The album hasn't been available since its original release back in 1990 and will now see a re-release in a considerably re-valued form on September 2nd, 2011. The new CD edition of "Trees In Winter" is limited to 700 copies, comes in a portrait-format Digipak with new artwork, and is complemented by three bonus tracks from the 1991 vinyl-only singles "Looking For Europe" and "See The Dove Fall / Somewhere In Europe." The demo song 'See The Dove Fall' is included in a re-mastered version. The vinyl version of the album comes without these bonus tracks.

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released September 2, 2011

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Sol Invictus England, UK

Sol Invictus are the godfathers of classic Apocalyptic Folk, and alongside Death In June and Current 93, Tony Wakeford is rightly regarded as one of the genre's founding fathers. Under the banner of the ancient Roman sun deity, over a dozen albums were released since the mid-Eighties, chronicling an evolution from raw, post-punk Dark Folk to increasingly sophisticated arrangements. ... more

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