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Gterma follows in the wake of Ashtoreth, goddess of love and war, known by many names and cultures.
Veterans Rudiger Gleisberg and Mathias Grassow, who have previously worked together in consteallatio..
All hail the purity and splendour of the four mighty protectors of our world.
Tirelessly their ey..
The output of Japanese drone mainstay Hakobune could best be described as heartwarming and sombre at..
Havdis and gterma would once again like to welcome all listeners back to the northern hinterlands, t..
When the darkness of the wilting season seems the most compact, when the abyss is staring back at us..
Norwegian Havdis creates achingly beautiful aural paintings of a coastal world, melancholic, cold an..
The Rupa Loka one of the hidden planes of existence beyond our own is the focus for this album, a se..
Indo returns with a harrowing and cold narrative of Hungarian explorer and Orientalist Csoma de Koro..
It is not without a little bit of mist in the eye that gterma present to you, 'Deluge'. Fanatics of ..
Alchemystery is the first title in a suite dedicated to musical divinations seeking knowledge about ..
Bloodmoon is a thematic album and was compiled from various projects recorded in the autumn and wint..
The long and often dreary winters up here in the north are characterised by burning nightskies, as t..
The long time Gterma favourite "Sky" was originally released as a double album in 2000. The Sky sess..
Travels on dim ethereal oceans of mystery should be familiar waters to those of you who have been fo..