Ulver post new cover song

2012-05-31 by Voivod STAFF | 27 Comments
Avant-garde tricksters Ulver have posted online a new cover song, titled "In The Past" and taken from their recently released cover album Childhood's End.

"In The Past" is a cover to the eponymous composition by We The People.

Song is streaming at the official YouTube channel of KScope Records:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=9xK2IMst1X8





Source:
http://www.metalhammer.gr/magazine/hammer-tv/3248-ulver-qin-the-pastq-chocolate-watch-band-qchildhoods-end-album.html

Tagged: Ulver

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 31st 2012
7150 Comments


Song's is so and so.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 31st 2012
32190 Comments


You don't need to post a source if you're just linking to a video!

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 31st 2012
7150 Comments


Yeah, probably it is redundant but I first saw this news item from that link so...

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 31st 2012
32190 Comments


You only need to acknowledge a source if they're reporting some kind of big news that no one has picked up on yet. Like, "as reported by Pitchfork etc"....

You've got a link to the video, so it's obviously legit

DoubtGin
May 31st 2012
6825 Comments


zzzzzzzzz



AllGabrielsAreGlass
May 31st 2012
431 Comments


meh

paxman
May 31st 2012
4084 Comments


""In The Past" is a cover to the eponymous composition by We The People."

That sentence doesn't make sense.

AngelofDeath
Emeritus
May 31st 2012
16171 Comments


Pretty good.

EyesWideShut
May 31st 2012
3973 Comments


cool.

MLegendre
May 31st 2012
8 Comments


Love this type of music, and love Ulver's interpretation...

Cyan1d3
May 31st 2012
137 Comments


The only albums worth listening to from this group are the first three.

AngelofDeath
Emeritus
May 31st 2012
16171 Comments


lol

Cyan1d3
May 31st 2012
137 Comments


What? Bergtatt was incredibly unique, original black metal with folk elements. Kveldssanger and Nattens Madrigal then developed on each aspect of that original sound, and were great too.

Everything afterwards has been inconsequential, unremarkable "avant-garde" electronica.

Grimlin
May 31st 2012
918 Comments


lol

EyesWideShut
May 31st 2012
3973 Comments


lol

sifFlammable
May 31st 2012
2741 Comments


cant stand nattens madrigal or its fans

SpyMan
May 31st 2012
69 Comments


cover's pretty cool

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
June 1st 2012
7150 Comments


Everything afterwards has been inconsequential, unremarkable "avant-garde" electronica




Too bad that most people in here disagree with you.

You'll get over it though.

FictionalFlames
June 1st 2012
1528 Comments


I liked the cover; I might check out the album later.

Wizard
June 1st 2012
20028 Comments


The only albums worth listening to from this group are the first three.


I would say you have it backwards.

But I will say this is their weakest album. What the fuck is the point of doing cover albums in 2012? Old ideas to make money or something?

FictionalFlames
June 1st 2012
1528 Comments


But I will say this is their weakest album. What the fuck is the point of doing cover albums in 2012? Old ideas to make money or something?

Usually I would agree with something like that, but after listening to a few songs here and there off the album on youtube and then checking out the original songs. I have to admit that Ulver's versions are more interesting, and Childhood's End is looking to be more and more an enjoyable addition to their discography. But that's just my opinion.

Wizard
June 1st 2012
20028 Comments


FictionalFlames, read my soundoff for the album (it's a little nicer than my comment hahaha). They do make it sound like Ulver but I will reinstate my point because no one has answered it yet: "What the fuck is the point of doing a cover album in 2012?" It's an old industry trick that is used as a cushion between albums. Covers just seem like they should be left on the cutting room floor. Put out something YOU created.

FictionalFlames
June 1st 2012
1528 Comments


@Wizard haha my bad. To answer your question, judging by the title of the compilation it might be a "personal" tribute to what they grew up with or something like that.

BallsToTheWall
June 1st 2012
46390 Comments


This is great.

Digging: Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats - The Night Creeper

BallsToTheWall
June 1st 2012
46390 Comments


Cyan1d3 dun just pulled a Cracketheskull


MLegendre
June 2nd 2012
8 Comments


Most cover albums are pointless, but there have been some winners. John Lennon's Rock and Roll and Mike Patton's Mondo Cane come to mind. I strongly feel that Ulver's will belong in a catagory with those two.

lauriej
June 2nd 2012
1712 Comments


cool song



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