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Ultima Candela

Ultima Candela

Ultima Candela


Was formed in 1996 by Dark Winds of the Night(keyboads,acc.guitars and vocals), Wind of Sorrow (acc.guitars and avocals) and Princess of Lost Kingdom (vocals). The result was the debut demo-tape released in 1998, "The Death of the Wild". The sound was pretty much influenced by ethereal and pagan folk music. After this period Princess of the Lost Kingdom moves from the city and the collaboration stops; Wind of Sorrow also having many different projects, takes a break from the project. Read more on Last.fm
Was formed in 1996 by Dark Winds of the Night(keyboads,acc.guitars and vocals), Wind of Sorrow (acc.guitars and avocals) and Princess of Lost Kingdom (vocals). The result was the debut demo-tape released in 1998, "The Death of the Wild". The sound was pretty much influenced by ethereal and pagan folk music. After this period Princess of the Lost Kingdom moves from the city and the collaboration stops; Wind of Sorrow also having many different projects, takes a break from the project. Dark Winds of the Night also known as Fulmineos finds for a little while a very talented guitar player, Claudiu, from a local band called Scrum, but this collaboration ends without any recorded material. After this period the project exists more or less, but Fulmineos records alone a new material in 2003/2004 entitled "Pripolniza Codrilor" more oriented to ambient soundscape music with some hues of ethereal and folk touches, which was released by the newly-created label of Fulmineos: Banatian Darkness. On this material are used also some session vocals done by Cezara and Erebus that contributed to the great atmosphere that this CD has. This material is a tribute to the mighty times when banatian pagan spirituality was alive in these lands. This is the sound emerged from the dark ages of the pre-christian times at the beginning of medieval history. From the lyrical point, there are all kind of influences, from the identities that resulted from different civilizations that crossed Banatian territory at the dawns of the dark ages: local latin influenced groups, Slavs, Huns, etc. and they evoke in general those forgotten years, but there are also other themes into misanthropic ideology and thinking. From the sound point of view there are no major influences, maybe: Dead Can Dance, Sopor Aeternus, Ulver, Hagalaz Runedance contributed to define what "Pripolniza Codrilor" has in its unique expression of pure pagan atmosphere. Next it was released “Cruntat Deghen Span” in 2007 as an interlude for the next CD that will be entitled "Capiste" and who is supposed to be released by Lupii Daciei in the near future. The material is already recorded and ready to be released and the former vocalist of Fogland, Alteea, is the new full-member of the project and the project had it’s live debut at Frey Faxi Festival in the summer of 2007 at a prestigious pagan festival with the help of several session musicians: Egregor (percussions) and Izual(bass) from Argus Megere, Cezara(keyboards, tambourine and vocals) from My Shadow and Fogland and Marius (acoustic guitars).

For the future there are planned several other concerts in Timisoara and Bucuresti and maybe abroad, it depends if Fulmineos succeeds to gather everybody for a concert, because some of them live in other locations apart of Timisoara and it’s hard to rehearse this way. Also the 3rd CD is already recorded ”Arsa” and maybe it will be released in 2008;it will all depend if Lupii Daciei will have the time for this product in their plans in the near future. The musical direction and the lyrical themes had remained the same, into pagan folk ambient full of magic atmosphere and mystery. Read more on Last.fm.

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