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Funeral Pillar
Abstract, Ambient, Dark Ambient, Darkwave, Field Recording, Experimental, Minimal, Noise
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Funeral is the debut studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, released on September 14, 2004 by Merge Records. It was given its title because several band members had recently lost members of their families; Régine Chassagne's grandmother died in June 2003, Win and William Butler's grandfather (swing musician Alvino Rey) in February 2004, and Richard Reed Parry's aunts in April 2004.

A concept album detailing the position of society and third world countries and both their influence and impact on the rest of the world.

Rob, Noah, Lester, and Kalel together again! Watch the video announcement on ww. illarmusic. In this clip he is just messing around and getting ready to track. This is his recording set up for this new album. At this point drums are done as well as the majority of main guitar tracks.

The album "Diabolis Interium" was nominated as best metal album at P3 Guld awards and in Oct 2002 the band played Singapore as the first foreign band in ten years (Metallica played there in the early 90s). Their highly acclaimed live album "De Profundis Clamavi ad te Domine" was released in Europe by Regain Records and licensed to several other countries. FUNERAL album with new vocalist Heljarmadr. His vitriolic snarl finds a perfect match in Lord Ahriman’s trademark riffing, and shines on the intense opening track, which would not have felt out of place on 1998's Vobiscum Satanas, as well as on the slower epic, As I Ascend, the diverse To Carve Another Wound, or the grim finale Where Shadows Forever Reign.

The funeral of a man who left an indelible mark by destroying something of the city he loved was never going to be just a family affair. It was that, for sure, but it was also something more. They crowded into the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel on Dublin’s Whitefriar Street, some 800 people – a grieving but proud family, friends, regular Wednesday morning Mass-goers and, mingling with them, white-haired old republicans and more than a few burly-looking, hard chaw, 50-something keepers of the flame. The only reference at the funeral to the destruction of the pillar was in son Mel’s eulogy. Noting that in the 1950s his father decided he no longer wished to be an armchair republican, he allowed his entrepreneurial skills take him towards the demolition industry – the removal of dear old Nelson from his imperial view over Dublin.


1 To Dance 27:35
2 Until Death 14:02


Side project of Cameron Brock's Velvetarion, Funeral Pillar is to focus and capitalize on the found sound, ambient, industrial, and drone sub-genres of noise. The majority of the sounds being made entirely through analog synthesis, this project is very experimental, contemplative, and meditative.