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3.26 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 38% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ophis puthôn [5:59]
2. A World in Their Screams [6:21]
3. Ondes de sang [2:54]
4. Le Dévoreur [5:53]
5. Le Fleuve infini des morts [4:21]
6. Je rassemblais tes membres [7:46]
7. Stasis [5:07]
8. Borée [4:40]
9. La Carrière d'ombre [4:43]
10. J'ai touché aux confins de la mort [4:28]
11. Urserpens [5:25]

Total Time 57:44

Line-up / Musicians

Esteri Rémond
solo soprano
Laura Angelmayer
soprano, vocal effects
Mélanie Desquier, Sylvain Faure, Esteri Rémond, Anna Maria Sarasto
David Kempf
solo violin, first violin, solo viola, conductor
Sylvain Daumard, Émilie Dunand, Elsa Saulnier
Shinji Chihara, David Choreman, Judith Thomas
Vincent Catulescu, Christian Dourinat, Franck Tessier
Raymond Lebars, Arnaud Pioncet
Camille Drillon, Samuel Gresch
Klaus Amann, Jean-Michel Coste
Samir Husseini, Philippe Laumond
french horns
Arnaud Pasquier
René Adam
bass trombone
Marc Bertaud
orchestral percussion
Simon Eberl
industrial devices
All other instruments and vocals, sound-design and programming by Iskandar Hasnawi, Sébastien Roland and Renaud Tschirner.

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(38%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(25%)
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Review by Warthur
3 stars A World In their Screams is the final Elend album, their final planned five-album arc being contracted so this third piece covers all the ground they wanted to cover in parts three to five of the series. This is somewhat to the album's benefit, because it forces them to trim the fat and condense their ideas somewhat, It also has the highest production values, to my ears at least, of any of their material, which is a bit of a help. It's probably the most rounded of the Elend albums, though the Art Zoyd-esque excursions from the previous release seem to have been dialled back, which is a bid of a shame.

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