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Markus Eck, 2012 Numerous axes, pistons and gears which creak, clatter and buzz are the mechanics that push a band forward. If you start making music - well, that´s how I personally experienced it - you do it with an ...

V!C!M! #Behind the Cult: Markus Eck

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Plate 5: Le pillage, Callot 1633 [names of the songs and all lyrics are loosely translated, for the original lyrics in german please visit the german section of our homepage] Tod und Teufel [Death and the Devil] is the ...

V!C!M! #Tod und Teufel

Album, Jaques Callot

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Plate 11: La pendaison, Callot 1633 [names of the songs and all lyrics are loosely translated, for the original lyrics in german please visit the german section of our homepage] Der Baum der Gehängten [The Hangman's ...

V!C!M! #Der Baum der Gehängten

Album, Jaques Callot

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The Tree of Blood, Wedenig 2013 Just as in the design of the cover, the interaction between theme and music was enormously important in the remaining artwork too. The digipack and its three areas provided much more space ...

V!C!M! #Inlayart

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Self-Portrait as Mars, Dix 1915 Vivito! Creato! Moritor! (V!C!M!) reflects the works of four artists, who portrayed war or, to be more precise, the nature of war, in one or more of their works. It captures their ideas and ...

V!C!M! #Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre

Album, Jaques Callot, Otto Dix

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Cover, Strauss 2013 Creating the cover artwork for a CD is a demanding challenge with several hurdles to take: 1. you have to fullfill the expectations of every single band member. 2. you have to create a picture, which ...

V!C!M! #Coverart

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The Place Where An Idea Became Reality Vivito! Creato! Moritor! Live! Create! Die! This is the title of the LP we were working on for the last two years. Our aim was not only to create an exeptional musial work, but ...

Vivito! Creato! Moritor! #Introduction

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