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Studio Album, released in 2021

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mercury (5:22)
2. Maat's First Alchemical Experiment (Chapter #1) (6:20)
3. Aether (8:57)
4. Geocentric Model (6:05)
5. Soul of Cosmos (9:21)
6. Sylph's Breath (5:42)

Total Time 41:47

Line-up / Musicians

- Arkadiy Fedotov / bass, synth, effects, flute
- Ilya Lipkin / electric guitars, acoustic guitars
- Ivan Fedotov / drums, drum machines, wave drum

Releases information

Label: Clostridium Records (CR 072)
Format: Vinyl, Digital
July 14, 2021 (Digital), August 1, 2021 (Vinyl)

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