Mysterious baltic darkfolk group with Lyrics in (Old)-Prussian

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Kaddegas Skaītan – Juniper’s Shield
Kāds be kosmas sads – Incense full cosmic garden

Kaddegas kādan – Juniper incense
Klānta kānksts lads – Is cursed by the firm ice

Ka Nika iznīka iz Nika? – Has something disappeared from Nothing?
Ka Nika palikka iz Nika? – Has something remained from Nothing?
Ka Nika ettika iz Nika? – Has something been recreated from Nothing?
Ka Nika iznīka iz Nika? – Has something disappeared from Nothing?

Kāitan pa Skaītu – A heat under the shield (the sacred forest Skaītan)
Pāusts Paskaitas klāds – The wild empty layer of god Paskaits (Puschkaits)

Kāpa pas kāpan – A dune moves after a dune
Skatta pāustris prāts – Spreading the idea of wilderness

Ka Nika iznīka iz Nika? – Has something disappeared from Nothing?
Ka Nika palikka iz Nika? – Has something remained from Nothing?
Ka Nika ettika iz Nika? – Has something been recreated from Nothing?
Ka Nika iznīka iz Nika? – Has something disappeared from Nothing?

Pa trīmptan pintin – We are travelling along a tramped road:
Pints ast Trīmpas mīnts – A road is a riddle of god Trīmps

Pra buttan – zigzdā – Through a house shifts sand,
Prābutisks Kīnts – The god Kīnts of eternity

Ka Nika iznīka iz Nika? – Has something disappeared from Nothing?
Ka Nika palikka iz Nika? – Has something remained from Nothing?
Ka Nika ettika iz Nika? – Has something been recreated from Nothing?
Ka Nika iznīka iz Nika? – Has something disappeared from Nothing?

The 4th album from the mysterious Prussian darkfolk group Romowe Rikoito is a magic journey to the modern Western Baltic world, the Aestian archipelago that is invisible on the surface, but continues to live and breathe in the reality of the present. The spiritual expedition of Undēina begins in the sacred Sambia Peninsula and follows the winding roads of the Kriwes through the temples and capitals of the ancient faith accompanied by the deepest Baltic archetypes, washed by the rivers and seas, and surrounded by the sands of the rhythmical time and the eternity of the constellations.

The twelve compositions of the album denote personal experiences on the sites dating back to the most prominent Prussian priests of the 16th century, Waltīn, Suplīt and Merūn. Undēina carries the symbols and the secrets of their memory through the chthonic maps of Aīsta from Klaipėda, Juodkrantė and Kretinga to Königsberg, Gdańsk, Allenstein, Rominta and Varėna…

All the sounds in the album have been authentically experienced and gathered during trips to the forests, riverbanks, places of worship, abandoned forts and other sites.

The fourth album from Romowe Rikoito has more layers as compared to the previous records. The album begins with a ritualistic and ethnic atmosphere which is then gradually replaced by the dark folk aesthetics. The music was recorded using only acoustic sources – guitars, violins, piano, percussion, kanklės, whistles, etc.

Most of the texts in „Undēina“ are performed in the (un)forgotten and reborn Prussian language. Accompanied by waves of melancholy, the sound of the ancient language offers an exclusively intense Baltic experience that cannot be described and perceived though scientific terms alone.

„Undēina“ CD is presented in an exclusively cut digipack case and features expressive visual art as well as a 28 page booklet full of Prussian mythology symbols, rare pictures, and lyrics in Prussian and English.

origin: Prussia
genre: prussian dark folk
recorded: 2013 / released: 2014 Dangus
format: 3 panel CD digipack + 28 p. booklet
catalogue code: DGCD 043
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Quelle: youtube
Song „Skaītan“ from new Romowe Rikoito’s album „Undēina“, released by Dangus, spring 2014.
The CD can be bought here: http://dangus.net/releases/
Band’s website: http://romowe.twanksta.org
Band’s Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/romowe

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