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OMNIMAR – Oxygene (Official Live Video) | darkTunes Music Group



Taken from the new album DARKPOP (2021)
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OMNIMAR – DARKPOP (released on February 12th. 2021)

When dark elegance meets mysticism and numbs all your senses, you can be sure that OMNIMAR created something special again! The new album ‘DARKPOP’ combines beauty and chaos in a very unique way.

The incredible Russian duo ,Maria and Alex, send us on a journey through passion, mystery and desire. Once again they play with heavy contrasts and enchant our minds with their extraordinary music! After the successful release of their singles ‘The Road’, ‘You & I’, ‘Humans’ and ‘Red’, they are now announcing their new album with 13 tracks in which Dark Pop and Storytelling become one. It doesn’t matter if you enjoy songs that remind you of old Grimm fairy tales or like to dive into electric and sensual worlds, OMNIMAR’s versatility covers all of it! Because of that they are clearly setting a big milestone in the highly praised genre of ‘Dark Pop’!

The song ‘Oxygen’ embraces the feeling of longing for someone to share our pain with in a world full of disorder, whereas listening to ‘Red’ drags us through passion and fire. It’s worth remarking the sincerity with which they talk about the importance of music in their song ‘Music is my everything’, comparing it to a drug and cure at the same time. A rollercoaster of thoughts and emotions, engulfed by rhythmic beats and supernatural melodies in an exceptionally poetic way.

The beautiful but gloomy cover puts the theme of the album into perspective. This wonderful dark ‘Pop-Synth-ony’ is not only gonna be available on all streaming platforms, but will also be sold as an exclusive and limited digipak, collector bundle and collector’s box (sold out). Prepare yourself for a melancholically emotional world that is awaiting you on February the 12th 2021!

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LYRICS “Oxygene”

We’re born in the dust
Testing the game
We cannot believe what we became
We never had all
Only a few
We cannot get used to it
The dreams are coming true
Remember the times
Stealing our souls
Faithless and lost
Playing the odds
We’re born in the times
Full of horror and fear
don’t ask don’t remind me
just let me breath

Frozen cries of the past
tends to kill me
tends to taint me
Silent lies hear you cry
tends to kill me, tends…
Don’t drag me to a grave
don’t save me on the edge of an abyss
I say don’t just
Let me breath
inhale it WITH me

We’re born in nowhere
afraid of the crowd
those hearts beating fast
in bodies so numb
we never had much
but fright and despair
our innocent blood
its smell still in the air
remember the keys
and desperate words
that came to protect us
when nobody did
we’re born in the dark
but finally free
please never remind me
Just let me breath

Frozen cries of the past
tends to kill me
tends to taint me
Silent lies hear you cry
tends to kill me, tends…
Don’t drag me to a grave
don’t save me on the edge of an abyss
I say don’t just Let me breath
inhale it WITH me

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CREDITS
Produced & edited by Maria Mar
Camera – Yaroslav Razin
Make up – Valeria Likunova
The song is written and produced by OMNIMAR
Copyrights – darkTunes Music Group

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VISIONS OF ATLANTIS – The Deep & The Dark (Official Video) | Napalm Records



Order the “The Deep & The Dark” here: http://smarturl.it/TheDeepTheDark

With The Deep & The Dark, Visions of Atlantis once more set sail to oceanic myths and the eternal dream of the sunken continent.

The varied and fascinating voice of Clémentine Delauney provides for hauntingly beautiful duets with Siegfried Samer`s classic power metal infusions, embodying the symphonic metal cake: From the grandiose album title track ‘The Deep & The Dark‘, folklore elements in ‘Ritual Night‘ to the up-tempo juggernaut ‘Return To Lemuria‘, Visions of Atlantis round off all their facettes in this mystical adventure. But this album wouldn`t be complete without a bewitching ballad! ‘The Last Home’ belongs to one of the memorable songs these Austrians have ever composed.

Visions Of Atlantis LIVE
29.04.18 DE – Erfurt / From Hell
30.04.18 DE – Thale / Walpurgisnacht

01.06.18 CZ – Pilsen / Metalfest
01.-04.08.18 DE – Wacken / Wacken Open Air
18.08.18 AT – Graz / Metal On The Hill
01.09.18 PL – Zgierz / City Of Power Festival

w/ Kamelot
12.09.18 DE – Cologne / Live Music Hall
16.09.18 DE – Aschaffenburg / Colos-Saal
18.09.18 DE – Berlin / Astra
28.09.18 DE – Hamburg / Markthalle
30.09.18 CH – Pratteln / Z7
02.10.18 DE – Mannheim / MS Connexion Complex

w/ Serenity, Temperance, Dragony
25.10.18 DE – Weinheim / Cafe Central
26.10.18 DE – Cologne / MTC
27.10.18 NL – Hengelo/Enschede / Atak
28.10.18 NL – Leiden / Gebr. De Nobel
29.10.18 DE – Stuttgart / clubCANN
30.10.18 FR – Lyon / CCO
31.10.18 IT – Mantua / Arci Tom
01.11.18 AT – Graz / Explosiv
02.11.18 HU – Budapest / Dürer Kert
03.11.18 AT – Vienna / Szene


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Purson – The Circle and the Blue Door [ FULL ALBUM ]



The Circle and the Blue Door – 2013

01 – Wake up sleepy head 00:00
02 – The Contract 02:06
03 – Spiderwood Farm 06:17
04 – Sailor’s wife’s lament 11:10
05 – Leaning on a bear 15:25
06 – Tempest and the tide 18:52
07 – Mavericks and Mystics 23:57
08 – Well spoiled machine 27:49
09 – Sapphire Ward 32:55
10 – Rocking Horse 37:58
11 – Tragic catastrophe 42:28

Enjoy!

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Uncovering the Truth: The History and Misconceptions of Witches

Witches have been a part of human folklore for centuries, with stories of their magic and powers passed down through generations. However, the true history of witches and their practices has often been shrouded in mystery and misinformation. In this post, we will uncover the truth about witches and explore the misconceptions that have surrounded them for so long.

First, it’s important to understand that the term “witch” has been used to describe a wide variety of people throughout history. In some cultures, a witch was a wise woman or healer who used herbs and other natural remedies to help her community. In others, a witch was a practitioner of magic or divination. But in many cases, the term “witch” was used as a catch-all for anyone who was different or who didn’t conform to societal norms.

One of the biggest misconceptions about witches is that they are all women. In reality, men have been accused of witchcraft just as often as women. And while some witches were said to have supernatural powers, many were simply accused of being different or of having knowledge that others didn’t. For example, women who were skilled healers might be accused of witchcraft because their knowledge of herbs and natural remedies was seen as suspicious.

Another misconception is that witches were always evil. Many stories portray witches as wicked creatures who consort with the devil and use their powers to harm others. But in reality, many witches were simply people who were trying to survive in a world that didn’t understand them. In some cases, they were even seen as heroes, using their knowledge and skills to help their communities.

The witch hunts of the 16th and 17th centuries were a dark period in history, in which thousands of people were accused of witchcraft and put to death. These hunts were fueled by fear and superstition, and many innocent people were caught up in the frenzy. The victims of these hunts were often marginalized members of society, such as the poor, the elderly, and women.

In conclusion, the history of witches is complex and multifaceted. It’s important to remember that the term “witch” has been used to describe a wide variety of people throughout history, and that the misconceptions surrounding witches have often been used to justify persecution and discrimination. By uncovering the truth about witches, we can better understand the past and ensure that such injustices are not repeated in the future.

Since we are on the subject below is a list of witches and wizards to research:

  1. Mother Shipton (1488-1561) was a famous English witch and prophetess who lived in the 16th century.
  2. Agrippa (1486-1535) – A German alchemist and occultist who was also a physician, theologian, and legal expert, known for his knowledge of magic and the occult.
  3. Isobel Gowdie (17th century) – A Scottish woman accused of witchcraft, who confessed to a variety of crimes, including shape-shifting, flying, and communicating with the devil.
  4. Tituba (17th century) – An enslaved woman from Barbados, one of the first people to be accused of witchcraft in the Salem Witch Trials.
  5. Matthew Hopkins (1620-1647) – An English witch-finder, known for his role in the persecution of alleged witches in East Anglia.
  6. Aleister Crowley (1875-1947) – An English occultist, mystic, ceremonial magician, poet, and mountaineer, known for his writings on magic and his leadership of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
  7. Zsuzsanna Budapest (1940- ) – A feminist spiritual leader, author and a prominent figure in the feminist witchcraft movement.
  8. Sybil Leek (1917-1982) – An English witch and author, known for her books on witchcraft and her public performances as a witch.

The Rise of Occult-Themed Music in the 1960s: Coven and the Emergence of Witch-Rock

Witches and witchcraft have been a popular theme in contemporary music, with many artists using the imagery of witches, magic, and the occult in their music and performances.

One of the most prominent examples of this is the band Coven, formed in the late 60s, they were known for their occult-themed lyrics, performances, and use of the symbol of the Witch. They released an album in 1969 called “Witchcraft Destroys Minds and Reaps Souls” which is considered a classic of its genre.

In the 90s and 2000s, the theme of witches and witchcraft in music could be seen in many genres such as Metal, Goth, and even pop. Bands like Type O Negative, Fields of the Nephilim, and Current 93 incorporated occult themes in their music and videos, while pop acts such as Björk and Madonna used witchcraft imagery in their performances and music videos.

The theme of witches and witchcraft also continues to be present in contemporary music, especially in the genres of alternative, indie, and electronic music. Many artists have incorporated the theme of witches and witchcraft into their music, such as Zola Jesus, Fever Ray, and Fleetwood Mac.

In addition, the theme of witches and witchcraft has also been used in various music festivals and events, such as the “Witchfest” and “Witching Hour Festival” which focuses on the music and art related to occult and supernatural themes.

Overall, witches and witchcraft have had a significant influence on contemporary music, providing inspiration for many artists and bands, and continuing to be a popular theme in various genres and subcultures.

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