Top Ulver Albums
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Machine Guns and Peacock Feathers (Extended Youth Mix) - Single
Machine Guns and Peacock Feathers (Extended Youth Mix) - Single
[2020]
Flowers of Evil
Flowers of Evil
[2020]
Machine Guns and Peacock Feathers (Carpenter Brut Remix) - Single
Machine Guns and Peacock Feathers (Carpenter Brut Remix) - Single
[2020]
The Assassination of Julius Caesar
The Assassination of Julius Caesar
[2017]
Riverhead
Riverhead
[2016]
Atgclvlsscap
Atgclvlsscap
[2016]
Messe I.X–VI.X
Messe I.X–VI.X
[2013]
Live At Roadburn
Live At Roadburn
[2013]
Live at the Norwegian National Opera
Live at the Norwegian National Opera
[2012]
Childhood's End
Childhood's End
[2012]
The Norwegian National Opera
The Norwegian National Opera
[2011]
Wars Of The Roses
Wars Of The Roses
[2011]
Shadows of the Sun
Shadows of the Sun
[2007]
A Quick Fix of Melancholy - EP
A Quick Fix of Melancholy - EP
[2005]
Blood Inside
Blood Inside
[2005]
Svidd Neger (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Svidd Neger (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[2003]
A Quick Fix of Melancholy EP
A Quick Fix of Melancholy EP
[2003]
Lyckantropen Themes (Original Soundtrack)
Lyckantropen Themes (Original Soundtrack)
[2002]
Peredition City
Peredition City
[2000]
Nattens Madrigal
Nattens Madrigal
[1997]
Kveldssanger
Kveldssanger
[1996]
Bergtatt
Bergtatt
[1994]
Related Information for Ulver
Ulver (Norwegian for “wolves”) is a multi-disciplinary musical group founded in Oslo, Norway and currently based in London, England. The band was formed by Kristoffer "Garm" Rygg in 1993, and the current line-up includes Rygg (vocal, programming), Jørn H. Sværen (misc.), Tore Ylwizaker (programming, piano) and Daniel O'Sullivan (guitar, piano, various). Since their first black metal release in 1993, Ulver’s style has ever been changing by combining elements of experimental, electronic and ambient music, avant-garde, rock, trip-hop, and their own innovations."Bergtatt - Et Eeventyr i 5 Capitler" is a folk-themed black metal album. The title Bergtatt literally translates as “mountain-taken”, but is more... read more