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eclipsis 03


Ultima Thule

Split 7" vinyl record with Ataraxia and Allerseelen.

Comes in 3 different editions.

Artwork: maya 

Released: 07/03/2008

Tracklisting:
1. Ataraxia - Lunar Oceans
2. Allerseelen - Der König in Thule

Playable at 45rpm

Total time: 9:10

Status: available only Alpha and Omega editions


Ultima Thule

7" split vinyl record with ATARAXIA and ALLERSEELEN

ATARAXIA - Lunar Oceans, inspired by "The Silmarillion" of John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
ALLERSEELEN - Der König in Thule, based on "Faust" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The concept of this release is based on the journey the Greek Pytheas made to Ultima Thule, the outermost limit of the ancient world.


"On that day in 335 B.C. the city of Massilia was buzzing with excitement as news of the event spread amongst the traders, both great and small, in Massilia Street, the main shopping thoroughfare that ran along the entire length of the seafront next to the sea. Pytheas was preparing for a very important mission: to set sail for the North, in search of the sources of tin and amber..."
Exclusive text by Historian Mr. Christos D. Lazos

eclipsis 03 in 3 editions:

Alpha
  • Black color heavy 7" vinyl of 70gr.
  • Limited to 300 handnumbered copies.
  • Normal sleeve




  • Omega
    • Blue color heavy 7" vinyl of 70gr.
    • Limited to 150 handnumbered copies.
    • Handpainted cloth bag 19 X 20 cm.
    • Booklet of 8 pages 18 X 18 cm with texts, images, a fiction map based on the journey of Pytheas to Ultima Thule, song lyrics, photos etc.

     

    Theta
    • White color heavy 7" vinyl of 70gr.
    • Limited to 50 handnumbered copies.
    • Handpainted wooden box 26,50 X 26,50 X 5,80 cm.
    • Booklet of 8 pages 18 X 18 cm with texts, images, a fiction map based on the journey of Pytheas to Ultima Thule, song lyrics, photos etc.
    • White t-shirt with blue "Ultima Thule" in Greek letters and logo (ancient letter Theta) front printing in sizes: M, L, G-M, G-L.
    • Silver 950 pendant of "Ultima Thule" logo of 2,30 cm diameter in small purse with seaweed.
    • Sea shells.