#1
Hi!


I often listen to the Norwegian Black Metal band Ulver. And their second album, "Kveldssanger" has not a single electric guitar in it. But it's still called BM.


Do anyone of you know other BM bands/albums that has only acoustic guitars?
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+1
although strictly there isnt just acoustics, theres the leg slapping too
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lol... indeed.

Not black metal per se, more folk, but

Sig:Ar:Tyr.

I think Volkolak has one folk album that's just acoustic, the rest is black metal

Drudkh - Songs of Grief and Solitude. Stepping away from black metal for one album, they released a collection of folk tracks, some of which were interpretations of their other work.

That's all I can think of now, but Im' sure there are plenty more similar albums in existence

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Umm, Kveldssanger isn't a black metal album.
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Umm, Kveldssanger isn't a black metal album.



Their first three albums is called the Black Metal Trilogy of Ulver, then they started with electronica. So Kveldssanger is a Black Metal album, those three albums is also inspired of Norwegian folk.
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Their first three albums is called the Black Metal Trilogy of Ulver, then they started with electronica. So Kveldssanger is a Black Metal album, those three albums is also inspired of Norwegian folk.


Wrong. The first three albums were made during Ulver's period as a black metal band, but Kveldssanger is not in any way, shape or form a black metal album. It's an acoustic folk album.
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Wrong. The first three albums were made during Ulver's period as a black metal band, but Kveldssanger is not in any way, shape or form a black metal album. It's an acoustic folk album.



You're rght about the music, that it isn't BM. But the lyrics is...


So lets call it Unplugged-Grey Metal or something:P
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Lyrics are pretty much irrelevant.
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That depends...


Lets just call it music then:P


Nah, lyrics don't define a genre in any way. Kveldssanger is an acoustic folk album.
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Nah, lyrics don't define a genre in any way. Kveldssanger is an acoustic folk album.


In my ears it has a "BM atmosphere" in it, that's what I hear when I listen to that album. So that's my opinion and you have yours.


So lets stop this discussion and shake hands:P

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