Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel
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November 7, 2014 / Release Date
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Season of Mist / Label
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This thing is a modern masterpiece and is a progressive symphonic metal album that blows me away with its power, beauty and diversity every time I listen to this
A welcome evolution to the symphonic progressive sound that Ne Obliviscaris created in their first album with a focus on creating almost classical-esque partitioning turning their albums into more of a singular movement of music, ebbing and flowing throughout the tracklisting to create a beautiful medley of ambient movements with soft instrumentation that transitions into harsh progressions with the incredible riffs created by Benjamin Baret and Matt Klavins and Xenoyr still remains one of the ... read more
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Track List

  1. Painters of the Tempest (Part I): Wyrmholes
  2. Painters of the Tempest (Part II): Triptych Lux
  3. Painters of the Temptest (Part III): Reveries From the Stained Glass Womb
  4. Pyrrhic
  5. Devour Me, Colossus (Part I): Blackholes
  6. Devour Me, Colossus (Part II): Contortions
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Added on: October 24, 2014