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Studio Album, released in 2020

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Whispers from Erebos (5:59)
2. Breaking Colours (8:58)
3. I'd Never Thought to Try (4:22)
4. A Maze in Oneiroi II (5:30)
5. Modal Work (8:08)
6. Nova (3:44)
7. Through the Mirror (6:16)
8. Gaia's Equanimity (12:32)
9. Weird Interbreeding (8:15)
10. The Father's Piece (4:41)

Total time: 58:26

Line-up / Musicians

- Benjamin Savariau / vocals, guitars
- Marine Garcia / synths, vocals
- Franck Hermany / bass
- Clement Pernet / drums

Releases information

Digital download - self-released

Release date May 15, 2020

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