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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Veiling (5:40)
2. Ancestral Circles (1:42)
3. Shapes (5:02)
4. Echopraxia (4:42)
5. Balance (3:35)
6. Art of Nothing (4:58)
7. Filter (5:30)
8. Welkin (3:46)
9. Relative (4:50)
10.Meridian (6:09)

Total Time 45:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Christian Pacaud / Bass, Programming, Additional Guitars (7, 8)
- Antoine Guertin / Drums, Additional Guitars (3)
- Antoine Baril / Guitars
- Maxime Rochefort / Guitars
- Jeff Ball / Violin, Viola

Releases information

CD/Digital self-released August 21, 2016.

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SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Metal / Heavy / RPI / Symph Prog Team
4 stars From Quebec Canada, the band is playing some instrumental Progressive Metal on the technical side and avant-garde style with atonal key signatures. You won't find an instantly hummable melody, but rather an intense atmosphere of dark and heavy music that put you in a discomfort zone. The music is mainly driven by guitars/bass/drums and violin. But there are some passages when the music gets lighter, especially in the first part of the beautiful song "Welkin". The last track "Meridian" is another brilliant song with some nice balance between melody and technique and some tasty string arrangments. If you enjoy the style of bands like Unexpect and Opeth, this has a good chance to satisfy you. You should also check out their first EP from 2013, who is not bad at all and more melodic

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