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Risto-Matti Salo

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Discography of Pimentola, all releases:

# Cover Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Pimentola - Tuoni Pauloo Tiukoin Sitein Tuoni Pauloo Tiukoin Sitein 3 Audio 2004 War Office Propaganda
2 Pimentola - MM-MMV MM-MMV 20 Audio 2005-07-11 Twilight Records (2)
3 Pimentola - Untitled Untitled 6 Audio 2005-11-09 Lempo
4 Pimentola - Pimentola Pimentola 2 Audio 2005-10-00 Twilight Records (2)
5 Tuoni Pauloo Tiukoin Sitein 3 Audio 2004 War Office Propaganda
6 Pimentola - MM-MMV MM-MMV 15 Audio 2006 Ravenheart
7 Pimentola - Misantropolis Misantropolis 10 Audio 2007-03-10 Cold Meat Industry
8 Pimentola - Hämärän Seppele Hämärän Seppele 10 Audio 2002 Lempo
9 Demo '98 4 Audio 1998 Not On Label
10 Pimentola - Hämärän Seppele Hämärän Seppele 10 Audio 2002 Lempo

Pimentola was formed sometime in the late winter of the year 1996 by Lempo and Turja. Pimentola's purpose was to create dark/black metal influenced metal with a form and lyrics that were heavily based on ancient Finnish beliefs and mythology (mostly Kalevala). After the first demo Pimentola continued as a one man band of Lempo. On the second demo the style of music was already more synth based dark metal with machine drums. A MCDR released next, in 2000, was drastically different in style, being neoclassical instrumental music. Later on, because of obtaining a sampler, the music of Pimentola has reached out to new dimensions still, sounding nowadays something like orchestral/industrial with slight ethnic and tribal influences... remaining still instrumental, but with occasional samples of the human voice. The music of Pimentola is currently very much depending on samples, which have been obtained from various sources, or sometimes self-produced. Keyboards and real acoustic instruments are still included though. In 2006 Pimentola was signed to the highly influential Swedish label [l=Cold Meat Industry], which released the CD Misantropolis in 2007. Misantropolis introduces more vocals than on past Pimentola releases; hysteric screams, gloomy choirs/harmonies; hand in had with electronic sounds, samplings and acoustic instruments; accordion, violins, theremin, metal percussions and various kinds of drums.