Of the Wand & the Moon

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Of The Wand & The Moon
Origin Denmark
Genres Dark ambient, experimental, folk, martial, neofolk, dark folk, post-industrial
Years active 1999–present
Labels Heiðrunar Myrkrunar
Members Kim Larsen

Of The Wand & The Moon (stylized as :Of The Wand & The Moon:) is the neofolk/experimental project of Danish musician Kim Larsen and various guest contributors.


After irreconcilable differences with his previous musical project,[1] Saturnus, Larsen began writing music of a different vein, similar in style to his neofolk influences but different than the doom metal he had previously created.

In 1999, the debut :Of The Wand & The Moon: album was released, titled Nighttime Nightrhymes.

2001 saw the release of a second :Of The Wand & The Moon: release titled Emptiness:Emptiness:Emptiness:.

After the release of a split album with Sol Invictus and a few vinyl singles, a collection of b-sides was released titled Lucifer in 2003.

A single titled "Hail Hail Hail" was released in 2005.

The greatest critical acclaim has been given to the album The Lone Descent from 2011, called a neofolk masterpiece.[2]


Albums and EPs[edit]

Year Title Format, Special Notes
1999 Nighttime Nightrhymes LP/CD
2000 Sól Ek Sà 7"
Midnight Will 10", limited to 666 copies
2001 :Emptiness:Emptiness:Emptiness: LP/CD
Bringing Light And Darkness 12", split with Sol Invictus. Limited to 500 copies.
My Black Faith 7"
I Crave For You 7", limited to 1,000 copies.
2003 Lucifer LP/CD, B-Sides and recordings from the :E:E:E: sessions.
:1998 - 2003: Box Box, limited to 500 copies. Contains vinyl versions of all previous albums.
2005 Hail Hail Hail 7"
Sonnenheim LP/CD
2011 The Lone Descent LP/CD
2012 Live At The Lodge Of Imploded Love CD/DVD, recorded live at The Lodge Of Imploded Love, summer 2011
2013 Shall Love Fall From View? 7", limited to 500 copies on black vinyl


  1. ^ Interview 2009 Kim Larsen with Alina Vadean
  2. ^ Interview 2012 Kim Larsen with Oliver Sheppard

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