On the Subject of Mortality

by Panopticon

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Jason Doyle
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Jason Doyle had to check these guys out. lots of buzz around the net. not disappointed at all. this album is a beautifully written songbook, with each track telling interconnected tales. Favorite track: To Make an Idol of our Fear and Call it God.
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xhrl_ Beautiful work that touches my soul. I love the 'quiet' screaming of the lyrics. The music does not really fit any particular genre; as it touches on many different paths; it is just well crafted Art. That said, if you don't care for metal as a genre, it is likely your ears will want for something else. Favorite track: Living in the Valley of the Shadow of Death.
Travis Niemeyer
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Travis Niemeyer This is a beautifully woven web of emotions and sentiments. The melodic and intensely executed surge of instrumentation does more than just embody notes and production-qualities; the music is a gateway to the heart. You can feel this special quality within the first few minutes.
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released August 30, 2010

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All instruments,lyrics and compositions by A. Lunn unless otherwise noted.

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