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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mythomania (06:00)
2. Divine Sparks (04:37)
3. Red Letter Days (05:43)
4. Agartha (05:44)
5. Circles of Despair (06:31)
6. Deadly Prophets of the Printed Page (07:06)
7. Brothers From the Seed of Cain (06:09)
8. Ubiquity (12:00)

Total time: 53:53

Line-up / Musicians

- Louis Doyon / Bass
- Raynald Brochu / Guitars
- François Vachon / Guitars
- Jacinthe Poulin / Vocals
- Nicolas Bilodeau / Drums

Releases information

Release date: March 17th 2014
Label: Maple Metal Records

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