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Though mainly known as a singer of traditional song and as a member of Duo Noir ... Read more

Though mainly known as a singer of traditional song and as a member of Duo Noir & The Triple Tree, Andrew King’s initial creative work was in the visual arts, exhibiting his Emblematic paintings both nationally and internationally. In 1994 he started making documentary recordings of traditional songs, music, and customs and in 1995 moved to London to further this work and the illustrative compositions that he was doing for a number of the Post-Industrial / Neofolk bands of the time (L’Orchestra Noir, Current 93, Ernte, Sol Invictus, etc), to complement this work he made his first attempts at traditional song the following year.

Originally on World Serpent (The Bitter Harvest, 1998), his breakthrough release was The Amfortas Wound (Athanor, 2003) a cathartic collection of murder ballads and mystical anthems. Subsequent releases have included a mini-album on Old Europa Café, split CD’s with Changes, Sol Invictus and Rose Rovine e Amanti, a collaborative album about Jack The Ripper with the French group Les Sentiers Conflictuels (1888), an overtly experimental album of traditional songs with the Art group Brown Sierra (Thalassocracy) and a recording of Oswald von Wolkenstein's Fröleichen So Well Wir on a split 7” with Blood Axis as well as a number of carefully chosen compilation appearances. His most recent album Deus Ignotus (2011) is a dark and complex selection of traditional and medieval pieces which has received glowing reviews. He is at home in both unaccompanied and arranged performances; for the latter his backing band consists of members of the noted Electronics group KnifeLadder.

As well as working with Sol Invictus, Andrew King has also performed with Tony Wakeford as Duo Noir and The Triple Tree. Along with KnifeLadder, Les Sentiers Conflictuels and Brown Sierra he has also collaborated with Àrnica, Artefactum, Andrew Liles and Foresta di Ferro, whilst for his 2006 live performance in Portland (Oregon) he was privileged to have Waldteufel as his band.

He has continued his visual artwork, a hardback book of his visual compositions Emblematic Paintings having been issued by the French publisher Timeless in 2010.

Photograph, 2009 © Aïda Faramin. [Unauthorised duplication/copying forbidden]

MAIN RELEASES

1998: Andrew King: The Bitter Harvest (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 01: CD)
2003: Andrew King: The Amfortas Wound (Athanor – ATNR 022: CD)
2004: Andrew King: The Harbinger of the Decaying Mind (Old Europa Café – OEMP 010: 10” mini-album)
2005: Changes / Andrew King: [S/t] (Terra Fria – tf007: CD)
2006: Les Sentiers Conflictuels & Andrew King: 1888 (Athanor – ATNR 032: CD)
2006: Sol Invictus / Rose Rovine e Amanti / Andrew King: A Mythological Prospect Of The Citie Of Londinium (Cold Spring CSR75CD: CD)
2008: Andrew King & Brown Sierra: Thalassocracy (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 05: CD)
2008: The Triple Tree: Ghosts (Cold Spring – CSR96CD: CD )
2010: Duo Noir: Sintra (Tursa – TURSA 102: CD)
2010: Blood Axis / Andrew King: The Dream / Fröleichen So Well Wir (Storm – STRM 09: 7”)
2010: Andrew King & Brown Sierra: The Kraken (Dais – DAIS 016: 12")
2011: Sol Invictus The Cruellest Month (Prophecy/Auerbach Tonträger – AB031: CD)
2011: Andrew King: Deus Ignotus (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 06: CD)

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Though mainly known as a singer of traditional song and as a member of Duo Noir & The Triple Tree, Andrew King’s initial creative work was in the visual arts, exhibiting his Emblematic paintings both nationally and internationally. In 1994 he started making documentary recordings of traditional songs, music, and customs and in 1995 moved to London to further this work and the illustrative compositions that he was doing for a number of the Post-Industrial / Neofolk bands of the time (L’Orchestra Noir, Current 93, Ernte, Sol Invictus, etc), to complement this work he made his first attempts at traditional song the following year.

Originally on World Serpent (The Bitter Harvest, 1998), his breakthrough release was The Amfortas Wound (Athanor, 2003) a cathartic collection of murder ballads and mystical anthems. Subsequent releases have included a mini-album on Old Europa Café, split CD’s with Changes, Sol Invictus and Rose Rovine e Amanti, a collaborative album about Jack The Ripper with the French group Les Sentiers Conflictuels (1888), an overtly experimental album of traditional songs with the Art group Brown Sierra (Thalassocracy) and a recording of Oswald von Wolkenstein's Fröleichen So Well Wir on a split 7” with Blood Axis as well as a number of carefully chosen compilation appearances. His most recent album Deus Ignotus (2011) is a dark and complex selection of traditional and medieval pieces which has received glowing reviews. He is at home in both unaccompanied and arranged performances; for the latter his backing band consists of members of the noted Electronics group KnifeLadder.

As well as working with Sol Invictus, Andrew King has also performed with Tony Wakeford as Duo Noir and The Triple Tree. Along with KnifeLadder, Les Sentiers Conflictuels and Brown Sierra he has also collaborated with Àrnica, Artefactum, Andrew Liles and Foresta di Ferro, whilst for his 2006 live performance in Portland (Oregon) he was privileged to have Waldteufel as his band.

He has continued his visual artwork, a hardback book of his visual compositions Emblematic Paintings having been issued by the French publisher Timeless in 2010.

Photograph, 2009 © Aïda Faramin. [Unauthorised duplication/copying forbidden]

MAIN RELEASES

1998: Andrew King: The Bitter Harvest (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 01: CD)
2003: Andrew King: The Amfortas Wound (Athanor – ATNR 022: CD)
2004: Andrew King: The Harbinger of the Decaying Mind (Old Europa Café – OEMP 010: 10” mini-album)
2005: Changes / Andrew King: [S/t] (Terra Fria – tf007: CD)
2006: Les Sentiers Conflictuels & Andrew King: 1888 (Athanor – ATNR 032: CD)
2006: Sol Invictus / Rose Rovine e Amanti / Andrew King: A Mythological Prospect Of The Citie Of Londinium (Cold Spring CSR75CD: CD)
2008: Andrew King & Brown Sierra: Thalassocracy (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 05: CD)
2008: The Triple Tree: Ghosts (Cold Spring – CSR96CD: CD )
2010: Duo Noir: Sintra (Tursa – TURSA 102: CD)
2010: Blood Axis / Andrew King: The Dream / Fröleichen So Well Wir (Storm – STRM 09: 7”)
2010: Andrew King & Brown Sierra: The Kraken (Dais – DAIS 016: 12")
2011: Sol Invictus The Cruellest Month (Prophecy/Auerbach Tonträger – AB031: CD)
2011: Andrew King: Deus Ignotus (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 06: CD)

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Though mainly known as a singer of traditional song and as a member of Duo Noir & The Triple Tree, Andrew King’s initial creative work was in the visual arts, exhibiting his Emblematic paintings both nationally and internationally. In 1994 he started making documentary recordings of traditional songs, music, and customs and in 1995 moved to London to further this work and the illustrative compositions that he was doing for a number of the Post-Industrial / Neofolk bands of the time (L’Orchestra Noir, Current 93, Ernte, Sol Invictus, etc), to complement this work he made his first attempts at traditional song the following year.

Originally on World Serpent (The Bitter Harvest, 1998), his breakthrough release was The Amfortas Wound (Athanor, 2003) a cathartic collection of murder ballads and mystical anthems. Subsequent releases have included a mini-album on Old Europa Café, split CD’s with Changes, Sol Invictus and Rose Rovine e Amanti, a collaborative album about Jack The Ripper with the French group Les Sentiers Conflictuels (1888), an overtly experimental album of traditional songs with the Art group Brown Sierra (Thalassocracy) and a recording of Oswald von Wolkenstein's Fröleichen So Well Wir on a split 7” with Blood Axis as well as a number of carefully chosen compilation appearances. His most recent album Deus Ignotus (2011) is a dark and complex selection of traditional and medieval pieces which has received glowing reviews. He is at home in both unaccompanied and arranged performances; for the latter his backing band consists of members of the noted Electronics group KnifeLadder.

As well as working with Sol Invictus, Andrew King has also performed with Tony Wakeford as Duo Noir and The Triple Tree. Along with KnifeLadder, Les Sentiers Conflictuels and Brown Sierra he has also collaborated with Àrnica, Artefactum, Andrew Liles and Foresta di Ferro, whilst for his 2006 live performance in Portland (Oregon) he was privileged to have Waldteufel as his band.

He has continued his visual artwork, a hardback book of his visual compositions Emblematic Paintings having been issued by the French publisher Timeless in 2010.

Photograph, 2009 © Aïda Faramin. [Unauthorised duplication/copying forbidden]

MAIN RELEASES

1998: Andrew King: The Bitter Harvest (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 01: CD)
2003: Andrew King: The Amfortas Wound (Athanor – ATNR 022: CD)
2004: Andrew King: The Harbinger of the Decaying Mind (Old Europa Café – OEMP 010: 10” mini-album)
2005: Changes / Andrew King: [S/t] (Terra Fria – tf007: CD)
2006: Les Sentiers Conflictuels & Andrew King: 1888 (Athanor – ATNR 032: CD)
2006: Sol Invictus / Rose Rovine e Amanti / Andrew King: A Mythological Prospect Of The Citie Of Londinium (Cold Spring CSR75CD: CD)
2008: Andrew King & Brown Sierra: Thalassocracy (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 05: CD)
2008: The Triple Tree: Ghosts (Cold Spring – CSR96CD: CD )
2010: Duo Noir: Sintra (Tursa – TURSA 102: CD)
2010: Blood Axis / Andrew King: The Dream / Fröleichen So Well Wir (Storm – STRM 09: 7”)
2010: Andrew King & Brown Sierra: The Kraken (Dais – DAIS 016: 12")
2011: Sol Invictus The Cruellest Month (Prophecy/Auerbach Tonträger – AB031: CD)
2011: Andrew King: Deus Ignotus (Epiphany – EPIPHANY 06: CD)

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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