A.k.a "Simon Kölle and Simon Heath"
18412 plays, 105 songs on radio, from Sweden
Za Frûmi is melodic mood music from a dark fantasy setting. Centered around a wayward group of orcs, and their adventures in deep forests and mysterious castles. Deep flutes, rythmic drums and atmospheric ambience combine to grant enthusiasts everywhere a unique experience.
Influenced by the Uruk-Hai and their language, the artists started the project now known as Za Frûmi. "Za shum ushatar Uglakh" is the first album from Za Frûmi and is quite different from the normal fantasy inspired albums out there. Using theatrical dialogue and spoken entirely in orcish, the album tells the tale of a clan of orcs caught in their struggle against a mighty vampire lord. A translation of the dialogue is included in the booklet, so those who do not know orcish (and most people don't) still know what is happening and what the orcs are saying as the storyline progresses. One year later Za Frûmi released chapter two of their Saga and the story continued about the clan, this album was recieved with open arms by the fantasy, black metal and ambient scenes. After that album Za Frûmi released an instrumental album, a musical journey through the legends and myth of Za Frûmi.
Official site: waerloga.com/zafrumi
Most played songs
|4||The Blood Cult of the Nosferatu||373|
|6||Above and Below||357|
|9||Ordo Custos Ari||354|
|11||The Cult of the Ysa'ih||351|
|15||The Cult of Helzichor||346|
|16||Interludium I (Alternative Version)||346|
|18||The Cult of Mortalis||345|
|19||Ordo Defelgratio Inano Arcturus||345|
Most popular songs
|3||Za Frûmi - Compilation Intro||4.2|
|5||Through Jakesh Eyes||4.1|