Who Sang Liber umbrarum vel coniunctio? Aarni

Aarni Aarni / Umbra Nihil cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Rock
Style: Doom Metal/Avantgarde
length: 12:01
Proclamator: Timeo, trepido; in basilicis atris erro. Nescio, nememini quo modo huc adveni.
Librum Iuvenis quiete domi legebam. Sed qui estis, spiritus advenientes?

Umbrae: Lemures aut spiritus non sumus! Nonne nos cognoscis?
Liber sanctus sum : Draconigenus sum : Et feminea aeterna sum

Proclamator: Certe vos cognosco; in somnis mihi torquetis! Mehercule, abite, mali spiritus!
Redite ad infernos, magnopere me temptatis! Cur mi apparuistis; quid vobis mecum rei est?

Umbrae: Tibi apparuimus, ut completus fias. Consanguinei sumus, tu et nos.

Proclamator: Intellectu careo! Venitisne ex animo meo?

Umbrae: Ita vero; de te sumus partes. a__ume nos et invenies!

Proclamator: Nunc intellego!



Bawler: Timorous I tremble, lost in murky hallways. I know not nor recollect how I came to be here.
I was perusing the book of the Youth in the quiet of my home. But who are you, approaching spirits?

Shades: Lemures or spirits we are not! Dost thou not recognise us?
I am the sacred child : I am dragon-kin : I am the eternally feminine.

Bawler: Verily I recognise you; the tormentors from my dreams! By Hercules, begone, evil spirits!

Return to Hades - you tempt me overmuch! Wherefore did you appear to me; what be your business with me?

Shades: We appeared to thee so thou wouldst become complete. We are consanguinous, thee and us.

Bawler: I understand not! Did you spring from my soul?

Shades: Forsooth; we are part of thee. Embrace us and thou shalt see!

Bawler: I comprehend now!


CD 1
  • 1 Ubbo-Sathla
  • 2 Myrrys
  • 3 Liber umbrarum vel coniunctio
  • 4 Transcend Humanity
  • 5 Reaching Azathoth
  • 6 Anima
  • 7 Follow and Believe / Fall Without Relief
  • 8 A Mere Shell
  • 9 My Way to the Lakeshore
  • 10 Determination
  • 11 Water in Lungs

  • Release information
    label: Firebox Records
    country(area): Finland
    format: CD
    script: Latin