Realm of Wolves

Realm of Wolves was formed early in 2018 by the members of vvilderness, Silent Island and other proj.

Hungary’s Atmospheric Post-Black Metal instrumental.

Members

Stvannyr (Csarnogurszky István) – guitars, songwriting

Ghöul – bass, songwriting

Markó Ádám – drums

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Discography

Fjordland / Nordland

Fjordland / Nordland | Realm of Wolves (bandcamp.com)

1.Fjordland 07:00
2.Nordland 05:03
about
“Fjordland” is the first instrumental single from our upcoming full-lenght album “Hegemon of cold seas”.

“Nordland” is exclusively available on this release.

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Stvannyr – guitars, songwriting, mixing
stvannyr.bandcamp.com
blackhill1.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com
musicformessier.bandcamp.com

Ghöul – bass, mixing, mastering
ephilexia.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com

Markó Ádám – drums
http://www.adammarko.com
http://www.facebook.com/adammarko82
credits
released April 2, 2021

Album artwork by Papp Norbert:

artofpapp.com

Logo by vvildr:

vvilderness.bandcamp.com

http://www.instagram.com/vvildr

Oblivion

Oblivion | Realm of Wolves (bandcamp.com)

1.Cascadia 04:30
2.Ignifer 05:06
3.Old Roots 06:24
4.Translucent Stones 03:51
5.Twelve Miles To Live 04:44
6.Into The Woods Of Oblivion 09:11
7.Northern Wind 06:24
credits
released October 19, 2018

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Stvannyr – guitars, mixing, songwriting
stvannyr.bandcamp.com
blackhill1.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com
musicformessier.bandcamp.com

Ghöul – bass, songwriting
ephilexia.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com

vvildr – lyrics, vocals, mixing, mastering, artwork

Realm of Wolves was formed early in 2018 by the members of Silent Island, Black Hill, Ephilexia and other projects. We play melodic atmospheric music with harsh vocals and metal instrumentation.

* Lyrics in “Into The Woods Of Oblivion” written by Attila József. His poem “Talán eltűnök hirtelen (Abruptly I May Pass Away)” was written in 1937, the year he committed suicide age 33. He was a genius of hungarian poetry and a tormented soul. This translation was made for the 80th anniversary of his death december 2017. I also included a part of his 1924 work “Nem én kiáltok (It’s Not Me Who’s Screaming)”. -vv*

The monastery of misery

The monastery of misery | Stvannyr | Realm of Wolves (bandcamp.com)

1.The monastery 04:27
2.Lightbringer 03:46
3.Nomad’s land 04:34
4.Witches and warlords 05:17
5.A tale becomes prophecy 05:10
6.Nameless river 04:22
7.Mighty succubus 04:07
8.This wind brings misery 03:14
about
Dear friends!

While we’re working on the new “Realm of wolves” record, please welcome this instrumental, melodic black/doom metal album released under our guitarist’s “Stvannyr” alias.
Thank you for your support!

Stvannyr – guitars, songwriting, mixing
stvannyr.bandcamp.com/music

Ghöul – bass, mixing, mastering

Our other post-rock/guitar music works can be found via these links:
silentisland.bandcamp.com
ephilexia.bandcamp.com
blackhill1.bandcamp.com

Markó Ádám – drums
http://www.adammarko.com
http://www.facebook.com/adammarko82

“This wind brings misery” composed by Cousin Silas, Ghöul and Stvannyr.
soundcloud.com/cousin-silas
credits
released November 6, 2020

Papp Norbert – album artwork
artofpapp.com

Vvildr – logo
vvilderness.bandcamp.com

Shores Of Nothingness

Shores Of Nothingness | Realm of Wolves (bandcamp.com)

1.Laurentia 03:48
2.Shores Of Nothingness 05:05
3.Fragments Of The Self 02:53
about
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Stvannyr – guitars, mixing, songwriting
stvannyr.bandcamp.com
blackhill1.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com

Ghöul – bass, songwriting
ephilexia.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com

vvildr – lyrics, vocals, mixing, mastering, artwork

Realm of Wolves was formed early in 2018 by the members of Black Hill, Silent Island and other projects. We play atmospheric music with harsh vocals and metal instrumentation.
credits
released May 21, 2018

Into The Woods Of Oblivion (Acoustic EP)

Into The Woods Of Oblivion (Acoustic EP) | Realm of Wolves (bandcamp.com)

1.12 Miles To Live 03:04
2.Cascadia 03:26
3.Old Roots 02:46
4.Northern Wind 03:50
5.Into The Woods Of Oblivion 02:40
credits
released November 4, 2019

Stvannyr – guitars, songwriting, mixing

This acoustic album is a retrospective journey that reflects to the band’s first year. While the band works on new material, guitarist-songwriter Stvannyr recorded these songs based on our debut album Oblivion.
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Oblivion (Instrumental)

Oblivion (Instrumental) | Realm of Wolves (bandcamp.com)

1.Cascadia 04:30
2.Ignifer 05:07
3.Old Roots 06:24
4.Translucent Stones 03:51
5.Twelve Miles To Live 04:44
6.Into The Woods Of Oblivion 09:15
7.Northern Wind 06:24
about
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Stvannyr – guitars, songwriting
stvannyr.bandcamp.com
blackhill1.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com

Ghöul – bass, songwriting
ephilexia.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com

Realm of Wolves was formed early in 2018 by the members of Black Hill, Silent Island, Ephilexia and other projects. We play melodic atmospheric music with harsh vocals and metal instrumentation.
credits
released October 20, 2018

Artist: Realm of Wolves [vvildr/Stvannyr/Ghöul]
Album: Oblivion (Instrumental)
Release: October 20, 2018
Genre: post-rock, atmospheric black metal
Location: Hungary

Ignifer (single)

Ignifer (single) | Realm of Wolves (bandcamp.com)

From the upcoming album ‘Oblivion’
lyrics
Oh omniscient Cassandra
Take a look into the future
See how those who’ll inherit the earth
Will take care of their creation

Here I am
Opposing the gods

Spirit of rebellion
Giving life to clayman
Sharing the flame of
Science intellect and madness

Here I am
Alone with my concerns

Alone with the knowledge
No one to share with
Alone with my vision
Of hopeless despair

Take a look into the future
Oh omniscient cassandra
See how those who’ll inherit the earth
Will take care of their creation

How the skies will burn
Over dried up wells
The skies will burn

Don’t be sorry for this world
A next wave will always arise
Different shapes growing from soil
Differently coloured skies

After extinction of wolf
The rats will evolve
Insects and mosses will compass
The temples of human

Better the pain of eagles
Feeding on my liver
Than of shame and regret eroding my soul
Torporous and bitter

They’re only a spark
In the endless light of existence
Let them live and die while it lasts
Like ants below your feet
credits
released August 10, 2018
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Stvannyr – guitars, songwriting
stvannyr.bandcamp.com
blackhill1.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com
musicformessier.bandcamp.com

Ghöul – bass, songwriting
ephilexia.bandcamp.com
silentisland.bandcamp.com

vvildr – lyrics, vocals, drums, artwork
vvilderness.bandcamp.com
http://www.instagram.com/vvildr/

Realm of Wolves was formed early in 2018 by the members of vvilderness, Silent Island and other projects. We play atmospheric music with harsh vocals and metal instrumentation.

mixing – Stvannyr, vvildr
mastering – vvildr

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Reviews

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Oblivion
Realm of Wolves

A solid debut but Realm of Wolves need more originality – 68%

NausikaDalazBlindaz, January 8th, 2019

Some BM band names look so obvious when you come across them for the first time that you wonder why no-one thought of using them ages ago and the name “Realm of Wolves” falls fair and square into this category. This particular pack of canines formed in Hungary in 2018, and already (and not for the first time for a new band!) I’m familiar with previous work from a member of theirs, in this case vocalist / drummer vvildr, who also helms a solo project called Vvilderness whose debut album I reviewed some time ago. Vvilderness is an atmospheric post-BM project that sometimes inclines towards a meditative attitude so I was expecting something similar here. There is indeed plenty of mood (of the very moody sort) and harsh post-BM here, with a major emphasis on catchy, thrilling tremolo-guitar melodies and long stretches of instrumental music in the songs.

The band pays its respects to Cascadian atmospheric post-rock or post-BM bands like Wolves In The Throne Room with opening track “Cascadia”, a suitably cold and chilly that erupts into a slow-burning instrumental steamer, at once aggressive and yet contemplative in parts. The album proper starts with “Ignifer”, a much more belligerent track on the attack with rapid-fire guitar work and machine-gun synth percussion topped off with vvildr’s growl (admittedly the weakest element in RoW’s arsenal: it does not vary much beyond a raspy chant). The band coasts along with this and the next track “Old Roots” with melodic BM aggression that features a lot of shrill guitar riffs, occasional meaty rhythms chunks and brief moments of solo string introspection. So far, so good but nothing much out of the ordinary for this type of fusion BM.

It’s not until we reach “Translucent Stones” that RoW show that their shadow meditative melodic folk acoustic-guitar side is more substantial and serious to the point of their being able to write and perform entire instrumental tracks that sustain a particular mood or emotion throughout, than what we have heard so far. This side of the band colours much of the rest of the album, the remaining songs retaining that shade of melancholy even when they are at their most aggressive and determined. The last couple of tracks on the album are long and epic, and bring something extra to the album. “Into the Woods of Oblivion” boasts some creative guitar melodies and riffs all the way through but just when you think the band is going to take the music to another, more insane level, the guys dive into a brief atmospheric introspective session and end up having to recover lost intensity and momentum in the next bout of spitfire guitar attack. Curiously, some of the music here reminds me of French BM band Epheles to the point where I really start believing this band must have been an influence on RoW. Outro track “Northern Wind” has a sorrowful feeling, an air of finality, resignation and acceptance of fate consistent with the lyrical subject matter as it rolls on.

On the whole, this debut boasts solid work, especially in its melodies and riffing, but songs tend to be much the same in the way they veer from intense aggression to gentle melodic folk and back with the result that the music gives the impression of holding back and staying within its comfort zone just at the moment when the band should be leaping defiantly into an abyss and the music becoming transformed into something that would hold listeners spellbound. Because the album under review is a first work, I’ll accept that maybe RoW want to play a bit safe and establish their style and approach first to attract listeners and maybe labels, but on their second album, they’ll need to produce a work that has more originality and which sounds less generically atmospheric post-BM.

Realm of Wolves – Oblivion – Reviews – Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives (metal-archives.com)

Brilliant Hungarian instrumental post rock band with layered textures of atmospheric, post-black metal, metal, and progressive metal on a melodious background.

His luggage includes passage in renowned bands such as Wilderness, Silent Island, Stvannyr, Ephilexia, Black Hill, and Musicformessier.

Its exquisite collection brings very well-structured, refined, intense, tense, gloomy melodies amid noisy, striking chords, twisted with impressive and creative strumming, in the midst of shattering grooves marked by a vicious guiding battery, all enveloped by an impressive vigor.

Called by experience and technique, the band goes through an improvement and refinement, enshrined in its last release “Fjordland / Nordland” two impressive, majestic melodies that show their full potential in creation that erupts in ecstatic feelings with impeccable brilliance.

Your next album “” Hegemon of cold seas “will surely be another pearl to delight for lovers of good music.

Aryon Maiden

Publicado por Aryon Maiden

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