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Additional information Arcturus:
Biblical Meaning: The name Arcturus is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Arcturus is: A gathering together.
Definition funny of Arcturus:
Progressive/Black Metal band.
A Norwegian avant-garde metal band. Arcturus formed in 1987 as a black metal band named Mortem, founded by keyboardist Steinar Johnsen, Jan Axel "Hellhammer" Blomberg (Mayhem, Dimmu Borgir), and bassist/vocalist Marius Vold. in 1994 Marius left the band and was replaced by bassist Hugh Mingay, vocalist Kristoffer "Garm" Rygg (ex-Borknagar, Ulver), and guitarist Carl August Tidemann. Arcturus released their first album Aspera Hiems Symfonia in 1995. Aspera was the only true black metal album Arcturus would release, yet still contained the experimental elements which would later define Arcturus' unique sound. Soon after it's release Tidermann left the band and was replaced by Knut Magne Valle. In 1997 Arcturus released their breakthrough record, La Masquerade Infernale. Infernale was a huge step away from the doom/black metal sound of Aspera, shifting to a more definitive avant-garde style, incorporating eerie carnival organs and lyrical themes revolving around classical theatre and literature. La Masquerade Infernale also saw the first appearance of Simen "ICS Vortex" Hestnaes as a guest vocalist on Master of Disguise, The Chaos Path, and Painting My Horror; Hestnaes' vocal acrobatics on The Chaos Path would make it Arcturus' most popular song. The next 5 years saw only silence from Arcturus as they recorded and, in 2002, released their third album, The Sham Mirrors. The Sham Mirrors represented a complete departure from previous albums, abandoning the classical elements of La Masquerade Infernale in favor of a modern, "sci-fi" influenced sound, including outer-space themed lyrics instead of the semi-Satanic sounds of earlier works. Track 6, Radical Cut, was almost a reminiscence of Arcturus' black metal roots, featuring renowned Emperor vocalist Vegard "Ihsahn" Tveitan. Arcturus' final record, entitled Sideshow Symphonies, was released in 2005, and saw the departure of longtime vocalist Garm and, after 9 years, the return of ICS Vortex, now the band's lead vocalist. With the advent of Hestnaes came yet another change in Arcturus' sound, shifting from the obvious sci-fi motif of The Sham Mirrors to a dreamy, meandering aesthetic, featuring quieter guitars, prominent vocals, and reduced use of synthesizers. Sideshow Symphonies, along with La Masquerade Infernale, is considered to be one of the finest examples of avant-garde metal to date. Arcturus released their DVD, Shipwrecked In Oslo, in 2006. The DVD features their set performed at the Sonic Solstice Festival, a photo slideshow, and rehearsal footage. On April 16th, 2007, it was announced that the band would be breaking up, and more detailed were revealed in an official statement released on the band's website on April 17th. The official statement was written by all of the band members, confirming rumours that had been circulating after their Melbourne concert, the last one of the Australian tour, in whichHestnæs introduced the show with the words "Welcome to the last Arcturus show- ever." The statement went on to say that the split was a 'decision we made some time ago,' and that because of ongoing 'things' in their careers and lives, the members could no longer 'find the time to continue working with this band.' The statement closed with a tribute to the fans of the band, "We are humble and grateful to all the people that have supported and loved us over the years." The final lines being the names of the final lineup of the band that was Arcturus.
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Expression information Arcturus:
People with this name tend to be orderly and dedicated to building their lives on a solid foundation of order and service. They value truth, justice, and discipline, and may be quick-tempered with those who do not. Their practical nature makes them good at managing and saving money, and at building things in the material world. Because of their focus on order and practicality, they may seem overly cautious and conservative at times.
Soul information Arcturus:
People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.
Songs about Arcturus:
Arcturus, Pt. 1 by Arc from the Album Arcturus
Arcturus, Pt. 2 by Arc from the Album Arcturus
Arc to Arcturus by Quetzatl from the Album Meta Tek
Arcturus by Neil Jones from the Album Albali
Arcturus by Kate Kohler from the Album Lullabies for Grownups - Stars
Arcturus by Anders Ilar from the Album Stories of Old
Arcturus by Crystal Antlers from the Album EP
Books about Arcturus:
The Mystic in the Theatre: Eleonora Duse (Arcturus Books, Ab108) by Eva Le Gallienne (May 21, 1973)
Tattoo Coloring Book: A Fantastic Selection of Exciting Imagery (Arcturus Coloring Books) by Arcturus Publishing (Jul 31, 2013)
The Villagers (Arcturus Books, AB 118) by Professor Jorge Icaza Ph.D. and Bernard Dulsey (Mar 16, 1964)
Arcturus by M.J. Mollenhour (Nov 3, 2007)
Victoriana Coloring Book: A Delightful Selection of Vintage Patterns (Arcturus Coloring Books) by Arcturus Publishing (Jul 31, 2013)
Flowers Coloring Book: Beautiful Pictures from the Garden of Nature (Arcturus Coloring Books) by Arcturus Publishing (Jul 31, 2013)
Impressionist Coloring Book: Classic Pictures from a Golden Age of Painting (Arcturus Coloring Books) by Arcturus Publishing (Jul 31, 2013)
Movies about Arcturus:
A VOYAGE TO ARCTURUS 2006 -
Arcturus: Shipwrecked in Oslo 2007 Unrated - Starring: Arcturus
Shipwrecked In Oslo - Arcturus -
Wiki information Arcturus:
Arcturus of the constellation Boötes is the brightest star in the northern celestial hemisphere. With a visual magnitude of −0.04, it is the fourth brightest star in the night sky, after −1.46 magnitude Sirius, −0.86 magnitude Canopus, and −0.27...
Arcturus is an avant-garde metal band formed in Norway in 1987. They named it Arcturus, after the Behenian fixed star Arcturus.