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Theos

Experimental/Post Metal


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Studio Album, released in 2021

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Anima (3:40)
2. Soma (2:40)
3. A Collective Memory (4:32)
4. Precognitive I (5:02)
5. Precognitive II (7:02)
6. As Above (6:52)
7. So Below (6:05)
8. A Minute Was an Eternity (2:49)
9. Obsidian (6:58)
10. Nathaniel (5:11)
11. Reprise (4:56)

Total Time 55:47

Line-up / Musicians

- Richard Grenko / everything

Releases information

Digital album. Self-released.

Release date August 9, 2021

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