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Ghost Ship Octavius for Progressive Metal

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Topic: Ghost Ship Octavius for Progressive Metal
Posted By: black_diamond
Subject: Ghost Ship Octavius for Progressive Metal
Date Posted: December 09 2018 at 01:45
Ghost Ship Octavius, a collective of three musicians who's mission is to create a world of enchanting musical soundscapes. Dynamic in nature and emotional colors, we strive to make progressive and memorable melodic music that is founded in the Progressive Rock and Heavy Metal spirit while always living in haunting themes. We invite you to come into our world and share the experience with us. Our newest album, “Delirium” has just been released and adds to the story that we began with our self titled debut. Once inside our frigid world, please be sure to say hello and engage with us and our fellow crew members.

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GhostShipOctavius 
Homepage http://ghostshipoctavius.com

Sample https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=335&v=0OtQIduI2FM
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCELx5dGJsHtyt9Bd4qQBCjw

Discography:

"Ghost Ship Octavius"
Self released on March 23, 2015

1. Saturn and Skies
2. Alive
3. Silence
4. Mills of the Gods
5. In Dreams
6. Pendulum
7. Bloodcaster
8. Epitaph
9. Burn Away
10. Sea Storm
11. Fate Is Blind

"Delirium"
Self released on September 21, 2018

1. Turned to Ice (5:25)
2. Ocean of Memories (4:05)
3. Saturnine (4:52)
4. Delirium (5:35)
5. Ghost in the Well (4:03)
6. Chosen (5:42)
7. Edge of Time (5:38)
8. Far Below (5:55)
9. The Maze (4:55)
10. Bleeding on the Horns (5:42)
11. Burn This Ladder (6:58)

Total Time: 58:55



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Posted By: Cristi
Date Posted: December 09 2018 at 01:55
these guys are not on PA yet. 
Oh well...

they are a prog(ish) Nevermore. It's the former drummer of Nevermore's band anyway. Good stuff. I haven't listened to their new album yet. But I will. Tongue



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