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The dark side and the bright side (2011)

Album av SuchThauS
Utgitt 12. desember 2011

The dark side and the bright side. Sculptor and stage designer Spacebrain has done it. With his and Frus project Suchthaus, Spacebrain and Fruen has managed to get two former members of Mayhem back together. At least on record. The track “DownTown Train” from Suchthaus’ recent debut album, The Dark Side And The Bright Side features Maniac and Hellhammer. It’s true. Maniac provides the vocals, according to reports; Maniac split with the band several years ago and formed Skitliv. The “DownTown Train” video, which is.. Les mer..

The dark side and the bright side. Sculptor and stage designer Spacebrain has done it. With his and Frus project Suchthaus, Spacebrain and Fruen has managed to get two former members of Mayhem back together. At least on record. The track “DownTown Train” from Suchthaus’ recent debut album, The Dark Side And The Bright Side features Maniac and Hellhammer. It’s true. Maniac provides the vocals, according to reports; Maniac split with the band several years ago and formed Skitliv. The “DownTown Train” video, which is directed and produced by Spacebrain and features Maniac as the Jesus-loving white trash main character, can be seen below. “The track started out with me on guitars and bass, which I multi-tracked,” says Spacebrain. “I played it to my old friend Maniac and he liked it the moment he heard it, so much so, in fact, that he agreed to perform guest vocals on the track, and within 15 minutes of hearing it he’d written the lyrics,” he adds. “We decided to add some drums, but finding a drummer within our circle of acquaintances who was available and could follow the complex jazz beat we wanted wasn’t easy. In the end we realized that Hellhammer was probably the only drummer up to the task. On this occasion, Hellhammer used none of the triggers and gadgets he would normally have used and recorded it on the kind of drum kit that Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham used, which gave his playing a much jazzier feel. He recorded his part in one take, after which Hellhammer and Suchthaus decided to work more closely together in the future.”

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1 Suchthaus NR. 1 02:19
2 Suchthaus NR. 2 05:28
3 Suchthaus NR. 3 07:19
4 Suchthaus NR. 4 05:09
5 Suchthaus NR. 5 07:50
6 Suchthaus NR. 6 05:50
7 Suchthaus NR. 7 02:54
8 Suchthaus NR. 8 04:48
9 Suchthaus NR. 9 05:50
10 Suchthaus NR. 10 06:21
11 Suchthaus NR. 11 03:42
12 Suchthaus NR. 12 04:27
13 Suchthaus NR. 13 04:10
14 Suchthaus NR. 14 06:02