Light Of Day, Day Of Darkness

Label
The End
Release date
2002
Running length
1 track
Running time
60:05

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1 Light Of Day, Day Of Darkness 60:05 22,371

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Light of Day, Day of Darkness is the second (one-track) studio album by the Norwegian progressive metal band, Green Carnation. The album was composed, written and arranged by founding member Terje Vik Schei (a.k.a. Tchort). It was released by The End Records on 8 January 2002. It is composed of a single 60-minute track. Also, the album was largely inspired by the death of Tchort’s daughter and the birth of his son.

Musically, Light of Day, Day of Darkness is pure progressive metal. In this album, the band combines many different instruments, not commonly used in metal, to create an original soundscape. It is said that 600 different samples were used in the editing of the song. The album shows some death metal twinges from their roots with Kjetil Nordhus occasionally using death growls and Anders Kobro implementing occasional blast beats as well.

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  • BE3M

    perfection.

    8 Sep 1:41pm Reply
  • AzraelDanic

    too Tchort. haha see what I did there? oh well...

    22 Feb 2013 Reply
  • mk741

    Green Carnation's Dark Side of the Moon.

    18 Nov 2012 Reply
  • FiftySven

    btw.. my favourite song of these album is Light of Day, Day of Darkness ..am I the only one?

    16 Jun 2012 Reply
  • FiftySven

    There are grindcore albums with +20 more songs but just with half length

    16 Jun 2012 Reply
  • SOADek

    This album has so many great songs, I just can't decide which one to listen. Anyways, love that song. When you press play you just have to listen to the whole track.

    16 Feb 2012 Reply
  • hexaraven

    One of the most awesome songs i ever heard

    7 Sep 2011 Reply
  • psyayam

    Perfection!

    6 Jul 2011 Reply
  • snaekie

    Truely a masterpiece, every piece of this song flows together perfectly. I can never listen to single durations, if I start listening its for the whole hour. [3]

    18 Mar 2011 Reply
  • telmiguai

    Disco o canción? XDDDD. En serio, la verdad es que es una obra maestra...

    4 Jan 2011 Reply
  • UntoAshes

    Truely a masterpiece, every piece of this song flows together perfectly. I can never listen to single durations, if I start listening its for the whole hour. [2]

    16 Aug 2010 Reply
  • cparker15

    Wawaweewa! I like very much, yes!

    6 Aug 2010 Reply
  • scorpiondevil

    I wish they made it longer !

    13 Mar 2010 Reply
  • Marco666_87

    Too short. [2] xD

    12 Feb 2010 Reply
  • JDisc

    Truely a masterpiece, every piece of this song flows together perfectly. I can never listen to single durations, if I start listening its for the whole hour.

    5 Feb 2010 Reply
  • eGe5

    amazing album

    22 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Amaru_Cheetox

    Magnificent work of art - an hour long song is no easy feat, for a band to pull it off so flawlessly as this is just mind-blowing. The sort of album, where if you let it, can summon a whole story from your sub-conscious, and all you need to is turn the lights off, lie back, and give yourself totally to the music. That said, the wailing woman just gets a bit OTT, could have done without that thank you, luckily it's only a minute or two, still tends to draw you out though in a jarring way - the rest is flawless though. Doom done to perfection.

    16 Jan 2010 Reply
  • ravrot

    masterpiece!

    11 Nov 2009 Reply
  • Katolz

    my all time favourite album/song, so awesome <3

    8 Nov 2009 Reply
  • WCannibal

    Too short.

    11 Oct 2009 Reply
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