Wintersun – Time I (2012) - Forum
Inicio|Registrarse | Entrada HolaVisitante|RSS
[ Mensajes nuevos · Usuarios · Normas del foro · Buscar · RSS ]
Página 1 de 11
Moderador del foro: jarpomarx, -EkIkE- 
Forum » Videos » Videos en DVD » Wintersun – Time I (2012) ((DVD5))
Wintersun – Time I (2012)
unica723Fecha: Sábado, 2012-11-10, 2:54 PM | Mensaje # 1
EsparaelMetalTeaM
Grupo: Administradores
Mensajes: 15964
Reputación: 121
Estatus: Offline
Wintersun – Time I (2012) (DVD5)



Genre: Epic Metal , Melodic Death Metal
Origin:Finland
DVD5:PAL
Size: 4.5GB

I. Time I Live Rehearsals at Sonic Pump Studios
II. Licks & Tricks
01. Jari Mäenpäa
02. Kai Hahto
03. Jukka Koskinen
04. Teemu Mäntysaari
III. Sons Of Winter and Stars – Project Demonstration
IV. Photo Gallery

Disponible sólo a los usuarios
ó
Disponible sólo a los usuarios

y...más enlaces más abajo
Archivos adjuntos: 5171629.jpg(175Kb)


 
unica723Fecha: Viernes, 2013-03-22, 10:15 AM | Mensaje # 2
EsparaelMetalTeaM
Grupo: Administradores
Mensajes: 15964
Reputación: 121
Estatus: Offline
Wintersun - Time I 2012(Bonus) DVD5



Artist: Wintersun
Album: Time I
Year: 2012
Country: Finland
Genre: Melodic Death Metal
Format: DVD Video
Video: MPEG2 720x576 8000Kbps
Audio: PCM 48000Hz stereo 1536Kbps
Size: 4.24 GB

Tracklist:

I. Time I Live Rehearsals at Sonic Pump Studios

II. Licks & Tricks
01. Jari Maenpaa
02. Kai Hahto
03. Jukka Koskinen
04. Teemu Mantysaari

III. Sons Of Winter and Stars - Project Demonstration

IV. Photo Gallery




Disponible sólo a los usuarios 


 y mas abajo en TORRENT


 
unica723Fecha: Viernes, 2013-05-31, 10:54 AM | Mensaje # 3
EsparaelMetalTeaM
Grupo: Administradores
Mensajes: 15964
Reputación: 121
Estatus: Offline
Wintersun - Time I(2012) (Bonus DVD)

Wintersun is a metal band from Helsinki, Finland.

Wintersun was originally created by guitarist Jari Mäenpää as a side
project to folk metal band Ensiferum, for whom he was lead singer and
guitarist. In 2003, Mäenpää began pulling together songs that he had
been working on since 1995. These songs followed specific themes
described by Mäenpää as majestic, "spacy", and melodic. While Mäenpää
planned to perform and record each instrument for the first album
himself, he still required a drummer. He sent demos to Kai Hahto, former
member of Rotten Sound, who agreed to perform the drums.

After obtaining a record deal, Mäenpää scheduled studio time to record
the first album. Ensiferum's tour to support their 2004 release was
scheduled at the same time, which forced Mäenpää to request time off
from the band. The band instead fired him, and Mäenpää was free to go
ahead with the production of his self-titled album, Wintersun.

After the release of Wintersun, the band found permanent members to
perform shows and promote the album, although a keyboardist would never
be found. In 2006, Wintersun began work on their second and third
albums, Time I and Time II, which were initially intended to be released
as a single album. Recording began in May of that year, but the albums
would be the recipient of years-long delays for a multitude of reasons,
not the least of which was the complexity of each song's mix. Time II
will be released in early 2014.


Zombie Viking from Metal On the Side blog wrote:
The moment you've been waiting 8 long years for is finally here. Jari Mäenpää and friends are back with
an album that's bigger and better in almost every way. Time I is more
technical, heavier, softer, more symphonic and has longer songs than
Wintersun's debut. It is, however, shorter, but I'll get to that later.

Every song on Time I is a masterpiece. They all sound entirely different
and elicit completely different (but strong nonetheless) emotional
responses. Sons of Winter and Stars is the heaviest and fastest track on
the album and Land of Snow and Sorrow the lightest. Time is somewhere
in between, featuring some fast and some more 'acoustic' (that's not the
right word.. how about unplugged) sections. When Time Fades Away serves
as a gradual introduction to the album with Darkness and Frost acting
as an interlude between the last two songs. It all fits together really
nicely and every song (with perhaps the exception of When Time Fades
Away) can stand on its own and give any listener a full Wintersun
experience.

Sons of Winter and Stars is the highlight of the album, featuring the
widest array of musical styles and most shreddy guitar. It's also the
longest, clocking in at 13 minutes and 31 seconds. That's not to say
that the song drags on. In fact, those 13 minutes of your life will fly
by and you'll find yourself wanting to use up that time over and over
again. I've already listened to the song three times today alone. The
song starts off with the end of When Time Fades Away, giving an oriental
vibe as Jari previously stated the album would contain. It then kicks
off in true Wintersun style, a barrage of expertly crafted sounds that
all seem to sync together perfectly. It's on this track that you can
hear the increased symphonic elements of the album. Despite the fact
that Jari didn't get an actual orchestra (which is something I'd like to
see for future album releases), the end result is probably even better.
The symphonic sections are made up of not just orchestral elements, but
also oriental and sometimes even electronic sounds. It all combines to
make some of the most unique melodies I've heard. Of course the guitars,
drums, keyboards and vocals on top of it all add yet another element to
the music. The first time I heard "Sons of Winter and Stars RISE", the
experience commenced. I just can't get over how expertly timed
everything is and how well it all works together. The song continues for
a normal Wintersun length before it slows down at the 7 minute mark for
an amazing acoustic bridge. Then it picks up again and goes back to the
ferocity of the first half. Then, just when I thought I couldn't be
surprised any more by the song, Jari's all-star chorus (which was teased
on Youtube, see below) kicks in, increasing the epicness tenfold; if
that was even possible. One of the reasons cited for the album being
split in two was the fact that the music just can't all be listened to
in one sitting. After this song, I can see what they mean by that. I had
to take a break and let it all sink in.

Well seeing how long that was, I don't think I'm going to individually
review the rest of the songs.. There's plenty that I could say for any
song or even any given second of the album, but the most important is
"go listen to it for yourself". Once I finished listening to the album
(after taking a break in between each song of course), I found myself
letting the disc go back to the first song and playing it all over
again. Despite Jari being the mastermind behind this project, I think
the rest of the band deserves huge props. This album wouldn't have been
possible without the help of Kai, Teemu and Jukka, all extremely
talented in their own right. After all, there's a limited amount of
mortals who possess the prowess needed to play alongside Jari. I also
especially enjoyed Kai's drumming.

Despite the near perfection of the tracks it contains, I have one main
gripe with Time I and it has to do with the 'I' in the title. This feels
like (and is) merely half an album. Ignoring When Time Fades Away and
Darkness and Frost, there are only three real songs. Despite the length
of each individual song, the album as a whole left me wanting more. It
is unfortunate that each part of Time couldn't have more tracks similar
to Stratovarius' Elements, Pt.1 and Pt.2. Though that album was split
because of the overflowing amount of songs, not the unfinished nature of
some. However, comparing Time I to any other band or album is a
disservice. It is so wholly different to anything else you could
possibly find that it just can't be equated. In the end, my gripe is a
small one. I don't think I (or the fanbase as a whole) would have wanted
to wait even longer for every song to be completely finished. I'm sure
that once Time II is released, the two halves will make an amazing
whole.

In the end, Time I was worth the wait. Every song is so masterfully
crafted that it warrants multiple listens. Although it does feel like
half an album is missing, Time II will most likely be worth the wait as
well. If Wintersun was trying to take my money, the succeeded. Not only
will I give them money for the album, but I now have an even more
burning desire to see them live when they finally come here in December.
I'll see you soon Wintersun!



File Details:

Video: MPEG2 Video 720×576 (16:9) 25.00fps 8000Kbps
Audio: PCM 48000Hz stereo 1536Kbps


Tracklist:

I. Time I Live Rehearsals at Sonic Pump Studios

II. Licks & Tricks
01. Jari Mäenpäa
02. Kai Hahto
03. Jukka Koskinen
04. Teemu Mäntysaari

III. Sons Of Winter and Stars – Project Demonstration
IV. Photo Gallery


Total Running Time: 1:25:17

Disponible sólo a los usuarios
 


 
Forum » Videos » Videos en DVD » Wintersun – Time I (2012) ((DVD5))
Página 1 de 11
Búscar:

Hoy nos han visitado:
koulzorton

Este sitio no contiene ningún tipo de fichero ó archivo que viole la propiedad intelectual.
Somos un foro gratuito y sin ningun lucro implicito.
EsparaelMetal no se hace responsable de cualquier posible violacion a cosa con copyright.
Todo lo aquí publicado ha sido encontrado en el libre internet.
EsparaelMetal@2010 Algunos derechos reservados

Web optimizada para una resolucion de 1024x768


Copyright MyCorp © 2017