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    Posted: October 18 2017 at 07:36
Hello everyone,

I would like to suggest Ordo Ignis Dei. A duo from Germany that have just released their first album, Bibliomystikon, through my label, Progshine Records.

The band is a bit hard to categorize, feel free to suggest them to another team, I thought that Eclectic would be ok, but I might be wrong.

On the one hand, inspired by the pursuit of the occult and gnostic spiritualty by one member, and on the other hand by a newfound love for more progressive styles of music of the other, they have come together to craft a unique blend of music that has not been heard in this exact way quite yet. 
The result of this creative exchange is Ordo Ignis Dei first release, Bibliomystikon. It draws inspiration not from concrete artists, but from the feelings and emotions that the two members have experienced from music, literature and other forms of art. Because of this, it is hard to pinpoint musical influences when listening to Ordo Ignis Dei, and the listener should rather put his focus on the atmospheres and emotion it creates. 
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Thanks for the suggestion, we'll check them out. Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by Magnum Vaeltaja Magnum Vaeltaja wrote:

Thanks for the suggestion, we'll check them out. Thumbs Up

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We've voted to move; currently under evaluation by the heavy prog team.
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