Majdanek Waltz * Hamlet’s Childhood (cd 2007 the eastern front)

The Eastern Front has quite some (ex-)Russian artists on their list, the same goes for Majdanek Waltz. In a very nice package comes a 40 minute cd with a tranquil and minimalistic form of neofolk with lots of moody violins and which because of the spoken text in a strange language reminds a bit of Scivias. I think that this album will appeal to people who like the more atmospheric kind of neofolk.
Links: Majdanek Waltz, MW @ Myspace, The Eastern Front
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