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Yhdarl

Yhdarl

Yhdarl


Yhdarl was formed as a one man band, by Déhà (Deviant Messiah, Merda Mundi, Khel, Slow) between Suicidal/Funeral Black/Doom with Drone/Noise influences. Formed in winter 2006-2007, Yhdarl drowns its influences from drone/doom (gravetemple, sunn o))), black boned angel, ...), extreme slow doom (corrupted, monarch!, khanate, ...), depressive/suicidal black metal (shining, hypothermia, trist, ...) and many other musics. It has two very special sides : the 'pure' Yhdarl sound Read more on Last.fm
Yhdarl was formed as a one man band, by Déhà (Deviant Messiah, Merda Mundi, Khel, Slow) between Suicidal/Funeral Black/Doom with Drone/Noise influences. Formed in winter 2006-2007, Yhdarl drowns its influences from drone/doom (gravetemple, sunn o))), black boned angel, ...), extreme slow doom (corrupted, monarch!, khanate, ...), depressive/suicidal black metal (shining, hypothermia, trist, ...) and many other musics. It has two very special sides : the 'pure' Yhdarl sound, which can be heard on the "Humainly Sick" album, or some drone/noise/dark ambiant influenced music, like the "Ø" and "ز" EPs. In 2009, Yhdarl made up as a duo with Abalonka, helping on vocals, bass ans composition duties.

Yet, months later, due to schedule problems, Yhdarl came back as a one man band, with the true concept of inviting many people as guests, like Cadavre (Grimlair), .selv. (Kaldt, Ahbiss), Abalonka, Schabe, and more. Yhdarl releases nearly all in a free download optic, so you can download everything here => http://dehaonline.blogspot.com/2008/08/yhdarl.html Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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