Tag Archives: Pagan Records

Singular Female Dark Neofolk

Ols, the pseudonym for vocalist and instrumentalist Anna Maria Oskierko, releases the second single off her forthcoming album Widma due on 17th April 2020 through Pagan Records.  The song is called ‘W Ciemny Las’ and you can watch the video to it right here at RAMzine. “The second single from the new album is a song-vision, a mesmerising lullaby bringing ...

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Ols’ Female Dark Neofolk

Ols is the alias, or more familiar musical front, Anna Maria Oskierko, and her “one-woman dark neofolk project”. “Ols“itself may be a short word in Polish but when translated means an alder forest growing on swamps and marshes – Thus the intent of the project bridges multiple styles and genres, such as folk, ambient music and atmospheric black metal exploring ...

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Rosk’s Remnants

Folk/acoustic post-metal band Rosk has released a new album called Remnants available on the Pagan Records label. All the music and lyrics were written by the band at Nebula Studio, with the addition of violin being recorded by Julianna Grzeszek. Formed from the pressing need to create art that would be personal, honest and sad. Rosk started on one cold ...

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Non Opus Dei’s Eighth

Deep within that bottomless black metal pit over in Poland, Non Opus Dei  prepare to release their eighth studio album Głód on 23rd September through Pagan Records. “The concept of Głód (Famine) was inspired by some ritual practises from the territory of Poland, especially Warmia,” according to guitarist, vocalist and lyricist Klimorh. “The practises survived in spoken folklore until today. They can also ...

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Narrenwind – Ja, Dago

Narrenwind, featuring multi-instrumentalist Ævil and vocalist Klimørh, only got together last summer, by the end of the year their debut album was released. Wasting no time, they’re back with second album Ja, Dago. And, to paraphrase Lord Coverdale, on behalf of our Polish black metal cousins, here’s a story for ya… “Eons ago, before the oceans drank Atlantis, the race of ...

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Turin Turambar – Czas Braku Wojny

Described as “bizarre metal” Turin Turambar has been together, self-releasing records since the early 90s, and now having signed to Pagan Records, release Czas Braku Wojny. Rooted in traditional metal sound, Turin Turambar is challenging, weird and not easy to categorise and you are advised to “listen at your own risk”.  All the music and lyrics was written and recorded ...

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Gorycz Debut With Piach

Gorycz have signed to Pagan Records, with whom they will release their debut album Piach. The Polish band’s name translated into English means bitterness, but there don’t appear to be any regrets on how they came together. Gorycz were formed in 2016 when ex-Aeon members Przemek Grabowski (Guitars) and Tomek Kukliński (Vocals) decided to return to the roots of their first ...

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Mordor’s Dark Room

Mordor have released a music video for ‘Dark Room’ taken from their recent new album, Darkness, out on Pagan Records. The Polish doom metal pioneers have returned to active duty after a 21 year absence, and more information on this and the Darkness album can be found by clicking here. The video for ‘Dark Room’ was directed by Ra V K ...

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The Mystery of Kły

Who are Kły? A trio, apparently, but no one knows for certain, or at least that’s what they claim. They are signed to Pagan Records, that’s a part of the story we can confirm. Kły were established in 1997, and yet this mysterious band only released their first demo last year, and it went by title Taran-Gai. Their first full length ...

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Furia Vinyl Releases

Nekrofolk act Furia are refreshing their discography with brand new vinyl reissues of their releases through Pagan Records. Established in Katowice, Poland in 2003, Furia have been described as the godfathers of nekrofolk, being the most popular and prolific creation of the Let the World Burn collective. They introduced elements of folk along with abstract poetic themes into the black metal scene, ...

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