Carcan may refer to: Carcan, an iron ring used for a form of public humiliation by exposition at a pole, (see pillory or stocks). René Carcan (May 25, 1925-1993), a Belgium engraver and sculptor, who thrived in the late 20th century. Carcan", a track by the electronic music group Boards of Canada on their album Boc Maxima. Operation Carcan, 1972 British Army operation in Derry, Northern Ireland.
Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Carcan started only with Vulgh, Gawr joined him in 2006 just after the releasing of "Humain, trop humain". Complete discography.
Arcandia by Antonio Pantano, released 06 October 2014 1. Intro: March to the Frozen Plain 2. Hymn to "Brave" 3. Valley of the Dragons 4. Icy Tempest - The Epic Frost 5. Heroes of the Mighty Castle 6. Furia Divina (King Atheristan VI) 7. Orania 8. Ancient Folks of the North 9. Elvish Woods 10. Born from the Cold 11. On Top of the World 12. Majestic Wind of the Northlands 13. Escape from the Frost 14. Closing: Return to Summer Lands 15. Bonus Track: Cooley's Reel - Neoclassic Guitar vers. 16. Bonus Track: Icy Tempest - Symphonic Vers 17. Bonus Track: Dragonvale - RPG vers.
Arca is the self-titled third album by Arca, released in 2017 via XL Recordings. As stated by Arca himself in an interview for i-D with the photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, his most recent record is an attempt to make something beautiful from the pain and sadness he sees in the world. If there’s a sadness running through your life, Arca explained, you must attempt to tune yourself into a frequency where you harmonise with it because it’s never going to leave you. Alejandro Ghersi (Arca) understands that grief which can’t be cast out must be harnessed and tamed.
This album began long before Alejandro Ghersi became Arca. In the nascent stages of his career, Ghersi made dreamy synth pop songs as a teenager in Venezuela under the name Nuuro. Piel, the first song Arca released from this album, felt shockingly new. He hums at first, intimating the cadence of a bedtime lullaby, easing a listener into the song. Then, seconds later, he sings towards the heavens, and acidic drips of distortion, bass, and chorus rumble in the background.
Back to the page of Carcan. Cassette, 2005, Dragoner Legions.