#1
Insanely good Ambient/Atmospheric black metal band from Germany.
Their only full length, Melancholie² is quite possibly one of my favorite black metal releases of all time.

MA: www.metal-archives.com/band.php?id=57431
Other planes lie beyond the reach
Of normal sense and common roads
But they are no less real
Than what we see or touch or feel
-Burzum

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#3
One of the first BM bands I ever heard methinks. Either this or Lord Belial
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#4
Melancholie² is incredibly good. I can't wait until it gets really cold out so I can just walk around and listen to it. I'm waiting for The End to restock it so I can get a physical copy.
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#7
Bump, due to winter. I love this guy. What a genius.
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#8
I hope he keeps making music, because he's good at it.

Red Snow is one of my favorite ambient black metal songs.
#9
I seriously can't listen to ColdWorld in summer. Have to wait for a few months until I hear them again
I can take a road that'll see me through.
#10
I find it fitting to listen to Coldworld now, today is said to be the darkest day of the year if I'm not misstaken, only a few hours of daylight.
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I seriously can't listen to ColdWorld in summer. Have to wait for a few months until I hear them again

Oh you people and your silly backwards seasons
#12
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At least we've seen a sun before >_>

It's not that bad, I think I saw the sun last week
#13
And now it's winter, in the cooler hemisphere anyway

Listening to Melancholie² at the moment. The EP is great too though. More deserving of the depressive black metal tag than Melancholie², I think.
I can take a road that'll see me through.
#15
One of my favorite black metal albums of all time.

Every track on it is an experience.

So coooooooold
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#17
Thank you for introducing me to this wonderful band.
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#19
some interesting music to say the least

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#22
Damn, this is amazing! I wonder how many more albums are out there, lying in a chasm, waiting for me to dig them out...
Wann kann ich dich von diesem Ort wegbringen?
Wann ist der Tod unser einziger Zuschauer?
Wann können wir schreien anstatt zu flüstern?
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#23
Not only are the Ambient and Black metal elements perfect in their own rights, the way they mold together is even better. Varg is being given one hell of a run for his money.
#24
I thought this would be a good place to ask this.

I want to try and do a solo project a kin to that of ColdWorld and was wondering what equipment guitars, amps, pedals etc people would recommend for such a thing.

Any Advice would be greatly appreciated.

thanks