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𝐆𝐞𝐧𝐫𝐞: Industrial, Dark Ambient, Neofolk
𝐋𝐚𝐛𝐞𝐥: Cold Meat Industry
Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio is a neofolk and martial industrial group from Stockholm, Sweden.
Initially under the name Ordo Equilibrio, the project rose in May 1993 from the ashes of Archon Satani, as founding member Tomas Pettersson perceived the desire to canalize his remaining creativity through the aesthetic portrayal of the undivided spiritual and intellectual kinship between Light and Dark, Life and Death, Male and Female, Love and Hate, Beauty and Depravity, War and Peace.
Thus the genesis of Equilibrium and the advancement beyond into the perfection of Roses. The name of the project was changed to Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio in 1998. An aesthetic constellation situated somewhere on the illusive boundary between the impending apocalypse and the orgies of ancient Rome; and accompanied by the sound of acoustic guitars, cyclic soundscapes, strings and percussion; come songs on the threshold of the sensually seductive and morally reprehensible; gospels on the verge of the conjecturally acclaimed and what's soon to be condemned.
The music is contemporarily referred to as apocalyptic pop, but its continuing variation over the past thirteen years extends further and perfectly congregates a variation of nuances into the distinguishing essence of that which is Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio.
The Wedlock Of Roses
A1. Beloved Kitty And The Piercing Bolts Of Amor
A2. Ashen Like Love And Black Like The Snow
A3. Passing Eyes In Mimer's Well
A4.Hunting For The Black September
A5. Flowers And Moonshine In My Garden Of Eden
B1. Liebe Utopia On Weaves Of Silken Carnage
B2. Make Love And War
B3. Never Before At The Beauty Of Spring
The Wedlock Of Equilibrium
C1. Harvesting The Crop, The Chaste Verdict Of Negligence
C2. Apocalypse Kisses, Commemorating My Summer Solstice
C3. Love Conquers All
C4. To Tirzah
D1. Erotisk Tillägnan
D2. Advancement And Demoralization
D3. My Felicity Of Midwinter
D4. Rituals Of Love In The Passage Of Genocide, Song Of Rose
D5. Ode To The Beloved And Impaired
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