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Locktender - Friedrich

  • Performer: Locktender
  • Title: Friedrich
  • Genre: Rock
  • Anymore Formats: FLAC TTA MP4 ADX WAV RA MP1
  • Released: 2018
  • Style: Sludge Metal, Hardcore, Post Rock
  • MP3 album: 1848 mb
  • FLAC album: 1548 mb
  • WMA album: 1881 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 433
Locktender - Friedrich

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Tracklist

A1 The Monk By The Sea 6:20
A2 View Of A Harbour 1:47
A3 Wreck In The Sea Of Ice 7:05
A4 Seashore With Shipwreck By Moonlight 6:25
B5 The Casseur In The Forest 3:46
B6 Morning Fog In The Mountains 5:50
B7 Winter Landscape 7:30
B8 The Abbey In The Oakwood 5:48

Notes

"A Monk, at the twilight of his life and overcome with his lack of faith, drowns himself in the sea. “Friedrich” tells the story of this man’s troubled life. The son of a wealthy merchant is shipwrecked on his maiden journey, conscripted into a foreign legion, and eventually escapes to the solace of a Monastery. Here, his experiences and past trauma, gravely, force him to come to grips with his faith. His lack of conviction in every facet of his life - industry, war, and religion - ultimately became his downfall.

Although Caspar David Friedrich was a deeply religious man when he crafted the paintings in which these songs are based, the underlying themes of loneliness, melancholy, and despair are hard to deny. However, Friedrich’s paintings, along with the story of this Monk’s life, are a testament to the fact that with great sadness comes great beauty."

"A Monk, at the twilight of his life and overcome with his lack of faith, drowns himself in the sea. “Friedrich” tells the story of this man’s troubled life. The son of a wealthy merchant is shipwrecked on his maiden journey, conscripted into a foreign legion, and eventually escapes to the solace of a Monastery. Here, his experiences and past trauma, gravely, force him to come to grips with his faith. His lack of conviction in every facet of his life - industry, war, and religion - ultimately became his downfall.

Although Caspar David Friedrich was a deeply religious man when he crafted the paintings in which these songs are based, the underlying themes of loneliness, melancholy, and despair are hard to deny. However, Friedrich’s paintings, along with the story of this Monk’s life, are a testament to the fact that with great sadness comes great beauty."


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