History Music / GreenCarnation

3rd Jan '16 10:08:09 PM CassandraLeo
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* NewSoundAlbum: Every album.
** Their demo material was pure DeathMetal.
** ''Journey to the End of the Night'' was folk-influenced DoomMetal.
** ''Light of Day, Day of Darkness'' was pure ProgressiveMetal, featuring [[EpicRocking one single sixty-minute song]].
** ''A Blessing in Disguise'' contained shorter and more melodic songs, some gothic tinges, and was more hard rock oriented.
** ''The Quiet Offspring'' had a more traditional hard rock sound, leaving behind the atmospheric and progressive stylings of their previous two albums.
** ''The Acoustic Verses'' is a completely acoustic album.
17th Nov '15 10:06:53 PM SwimToTheMoon
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* LastNoteNightmare: "Light of Day, Day of Darkness". You think the song is going to fade out on that cute little music box... then you hear a loud SLAM. Song over.
16th Feb '15 9:25:54 PM CassandraLeo
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** "Light of Day, Day of Darkness," a 60 minute long progressive opus, contains a reference to "the edge of sanity." Edge of Sanity had previously released their own 40 minute long prog opus, "Crimson."

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** "Light of Day, Day of Darkness," a 60 minute long progressive opus, contains a reference to "the edge of sanity." Edge of Sanity Music/EdgeOfSanity had previously released their own 40 minute long prog opus, "Crimson."''Crimson''.
15th Jan '15 4:42:14 PM CassandraLeo
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* EpicRocking: Their song "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" is one of the best examples of this trope, clocking in at an impressive 60:06. Yes, it's a ''single track'', and it makes up the entirety of the album from which it comes. What's even more impressive is that they sometimes perform the song in its entirety during live shows.

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* EpicRocking: EpicRocking:
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Their song "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" is one of the best examples of this trope, clocking in at an impressive 60:06. Yes, it's a ''single track'', and it makes up the entirety of the album from which it comes. What's even more impressive is that they sometimes perform the song in its entirety during live shows.shows.
** ''Journey to the End of the Night'': "In the Realm of the Midnight Sun" (13:42), "My Dark Reflections of Life and Death" (17:50), "Under Eternal Stars" (15:31), "Journey to the End of the Night (Part I)" (11:28)
** ''A Blessing in Disguise'': "Lullaby in Winter" (7:49), "The Boy in the Attic" (7:13), "Rain" (8:06).
** ''The Quiet Offspring'': "When I Was You" (7:22).
** ''The Acoustic Verses'': "High Tide Waves" (7:50), "9-29-045" (15:30; contains three movements, in the best tradition of ProgressiveRock).



* ShoutOut: "Light of Day, Day of Darkness," a 60 minute long progressive opus, contains a reference to "the edge of sanity." Edge of Sanity had previously released their own 40 minute long prog opus, "Crimson."

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* ShoutOut: LongTitle: ''Light of Day, Day of Darkness'' and nearly all of the titles on ''Journey to the End of the Night''.
* ProgressiveMetal: On most of their material.
* ProgressiveRock: On ''The Acoustic Verses''
* ShoutOut:
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"Light of Day, Day of Darkness," a 60 minute long progressive opus, contains a reference to "the edge of sanity." Edge of Sanity had previously released their own 40 minute long prog opus, "Crimson.""
** ''Journey to the End of the Night'' is named after a [[Literature/JourneyToTheEndOfTheNight novel]] by Louis-Ferdinand Celine.
20th Oct '14 7:21:53 PM CassandraLeo
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* IAmTheBand: Tchort is the only current member of the band.

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* IAmTheBand: Tchort is was the only current member of the band.band from 2007 to 2014.
20th Oct '14 7:21:34 PM CassandraLeo
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As of 2007, the band is no longer touring, due to a poorly organised tour which lost the band a substantial amount of money, and Tchort claims the band will probably never tour again. Tchort is now the only member of the band.

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As of After 2007, the band is no longer touring, ceased touring due to a poorly organised tour which lost the band a substantial amount of money, and Tchort claims claimed the band will would probably never tour again. Tchort is now However, the only member of the band.
band resumed playing live in 2014.




Former members:



* Kenneth Silden − Piano, Keyboards



* Tommy Jackson − Drums

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* Tommy Jackson Jacksonville DrumsDrums
* Kenneth Silden − Piano, Keyboards

Former members:
23rd May '14 7:52:57 AM SeptimusHeap
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GreenCarnation is a progressive rock or "art rock" band from Kristiansand, Norway. Formed in 1990 by former {{Emperor}} bass player Terje Vik Schei (a.k.a. Tchort), before Tchort joined Emperor. GreenCarnation didn't record their first album, ''Journey to the End of the Night'', a folk-inspired doom metal album, until 1999. Their music became less and less heavy as time went on, starting out as plain doom metal and death metal, and gradually becoming lighter and more like progressive rock. In 2006, they released ''Acoustic Verses'', an entirely acoustic album.

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GreenCarnation is a progressive rock or "art rock" band from Kristiansand, Norway. Formed in 1990 by former {{Emperor}} Music/{{Emperor}} bass player Terje Vik Schei (a.k.a. Tchort), before Tchort joined Emperor. GreenCarnation didn't record their first album, ''Journey to the End of the Night'', a folk-inspired doom metal album, until 1999. Their music became less and less heavy as time went on, starting out as plain doom metal and death metal, and gradually becoming lighter and more like progressive rock. In 2006, they released ''Acoustic Verses'', an entirely acoustic album.
25th Jan '14 4:22:12 AM Silverblade2
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* BilingualBonus - "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" begins with a child speaking in Norwegian.

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* BilingualBonus - BilingualBonus: "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" begins with a child speaking in Norwegian.



* EpicRocking - Their song "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" is one of the best examples of this trope, clocking in at an impressive 60:06. Yes, it's a ''single track'', and it makes up the entirety of the album from which it comes. What's even more impressive is that they sometimes perform the song in its entirety during live shows.
* FakeEnding - The above-mentioned "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" fades out into silence around halfway through the song, making you think it's all over - and then the singing fades back in again...
* IAmTheBand - Tchort is the only current member of the band.
* ShoutOut - "Light of Day, Day of Darkness," a 60 minute long progressive opus, contains a reference to "the edge of sanity." Edge of Sanity had previously released their own 40 minute long prog opus, "Crimson."
* SopranoAndGravel - There are both deep, growly voices and high, female soprano voices in "Light of Day, Day of Darkness", though they don't actually duet with each other.

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* EpicRocking - EpicRocking: Their song "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" is one of the best examples of this trope, clocking in at an impressive 60:06. Yes, it's a ''single track'', and it makes up the entirety of the album from which it comes. What's even more impressive is that they sometimes perform the song in its entirety during live shows.
* FakeEnding - The above-mentioned "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" fades out into silence around halfway through the song, making you think it's all over - and then the singing fades back in again...
* IAmTheBand -
IAmTheBand: Tchort is the only current member of the band.
* ShoutOut - ShoutOut: "Light of Day, Day of Darkness," a 60 minute long progressive opus, contains a reference to "the edge of sanity." Edge of Sanity had previously released their own 40 minute long prog opus, "Crimson."
* SopranoAndGravel - SopranoAndGravel: There are both deep, growly voices and high, female soprano voices in "Light of Day, Day of Darkness", though they don't actually duet with each other.
26th Sep '13 5:41:21 AM MorgenReiter
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* BookEnds: ''Light of Day, Day of Darkness'' begins and ends with a child talking.
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