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An absolutely amazing album that reaches you to the bottom of the abyss. Gaia takes you by the hand, tells you that you're not alone in this, the pain is over, the misunderstanding of your pain is over and accompanied by keyboards, violins, acoustic guitars, cello and amazing vocals, she pulls you out of the disgusting mire of your mind and together you embark on a journey of melancholy, despondency, hope, pessimism and the seasons. tenebriscaedes
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A beautiful visual, musical journey. As if vaporized to the edge of your mind with continuing building pressure. Then in a snap, absorbed into floating euphoric magical worlds. While exhilarating drips of pressure continue to take away then float weightlessness and visuals everywhere. It’s an insane wonderful experience.
Favorite track?… The full album. SnowRaven
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A truly stellar death/doom album with heavy doses of black metal. Tracks like Isolation, Child of Light, and Broken Hymns deliver the sorrowful and icy tone of this album, elevated by the stirring cello compositions of Raphael Weinroth-Browne. The album delivers a deeply satisfying crescendo in Becoming Intangible before stirring the soul once again with Epilogue. Matt Richardson