"UFDEM" included in the album "Per Viam" (2009) by Antonius Rex band. Available in stores and digital stores. "UFDEM" composed by Antonio Bartoccetti (Antonius Rex lead guitar).
"Per Viam" album (2009), licensed from Musik Research to Black Widow (label code BWRCD 126-2).
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Official website: http://www.antoniusrex.com
"...Uomo Fallito Dell'Era Moderna...."
"UFDEM" original version: 1972 ("Tardo Pede in Magiam Versus" album)
from "UFDEM" to "Morte Al Potere" (Zora album , 1977)
"Morte Al Potere" remixed by Ancient (black-metal band)
Playlist dell'album "Per Viam" (2009):
1) MICRO DEMONS 2) PER VIAM 3) WOMAN OF THE KING 4) SPECTRA 5) ANGELS & DEMONS 6) UFDEM 7) ANTONIUS REX PROPHECY extra track cd-rom video 8) MICRO DEMONS
"Per Viam" James Russell opinion:
...for the last two tracks the album shifts gears and looks to the past. First, we are treated to a remake of Jacula's "UFDEM" which reminds me all over again why I LOVE the voice of Doris Norton. God she sings beautifully. Here the original 1972 vocal is given the pure heavy metal treatment with loud guitar. I much prefer the original arrangement to be honest, but I'd listen to Doris no matter the circumstances. Then we have an interesting 11 minute piece fully titled "Antonius Rex Prophecy: Tiring original prophecy 1948:61st Anniversary Edition." Hmmm....since Charles Tiring has been dead for years, his writing credit here is presumably for an old idea. Although if anyone could arrange to work with a dead man, it would be Antonio, so perhaps he was channeled. The track is a long narration by Antonio over serene keyboards and some guitar in parts, a more peaceful ending to the album. The final closing guitar solo by Antonio is simply beautiful and majestic. Recommended to any fan of dark prog. A bonus CD-ROM video of "Micro Demons" is included, and the even better video for "Angels and Demons" can be viewed at their website. The tri-fold digipak design comes with wonderful artwork, the cover art is among their most memorable ever. This album and "Switch on Dark" are easy recommendations for anyone wishing to sample the modern Rex. I certainly hope this is not the last we hear from this duo who seem to be experiencing a renaissance of creativity.
Album physical distribution:
USA (Century Media)
GREECE (Labyrinth Of Thoughts)
NETHERLAND (Clear Spot International B.V.)
ITALY (Masterpiece Distribution)
GERMANY (Century Media) WORLDWIDE EXPORT (Abraxas Export) (Firebox) (The End Records) (Record Heaven) (eBay worldwide)
Album digital distribution:
All Digital Download
Amazon Digital Services Inc.