Suspended in the Brume of Eos

by Obsequiae

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Jeff Richardson
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Jeff Richardson The earlier companion piece to, Aria Of Vernal Tombs. Like the 12th century renaissance (the earlier enlightenment to the more recent 14th century Italian Renaissance). A pretty good analogy, I must say!
Sara
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Sara Very good mix of metal with quieter medieval acoustic tracks. Lovely melodies and captivating compositions. Favorite track: Sidhe.
Ruarc
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Ruarc I find that this album is more influenced by Swedish melodeath than on 'Aria of Vernal Tombs' These Americans show a much deeper (less cheesy) knowledge of Early Western Music than even their European folk/pagan/medieval metal contemporaries. Both albums are essential. Favorite track: Suspended in the Brume of Eos.
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released June 6, 2011

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