Za Frūmi create melodic mood music from a dark fantasy setting.
The main theme is centred around a wayward group of orcs,
and their adventures in deep forests and mysterious castles.
Influenced by the Uruk-Hai and their language, Shrak Ishi
Za Migul is a series of albums that uses theatrical dialogue
which is spoken entirely in orcish, the album tells the tale
of a clan of orcs caught in their struggle against a mighty
creative genius behind Za Frūmi are also the duo responsible
for producing music under the Abnocto name - Simon Kölle and
Simon Heath. While I admit to being no huge fan of their recent
Abnocto release (Simon
Shrak Ishi Za Migul: Chapter 3 is something different
altogether. Probably the best way to describe it as a Tolkien-themed
radio play in the orcs' native language of Black Speech.
album is the third release in the series - which tells an
ongoing story. But worry not if you haven't heard parts one
and two, as you'll soon pick up on what is going on.
to the untrained ear this CD could seem a little confusing.
you are expecting an ambient album to listen to while playing
games or relaxing, you might get a bit of a shock. Those that
want a music only soundtrack will probably not be impressed
with the grunting voices, screaming, fire crackling and general
thuds and bangs.
is a dark fantasy full of dark ambient music. The CD's 20
page booklet contains the manuscript with an English translation
of the story. But to be honest I think the best way to enjoy
this is to just listen to it once through and then read the
booklet as you listen to it again.
no doubt that this is an original album, and one that certainly
deserves to reach a much larger audience.
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