Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel FLAC
|1||Painters Of The Tempest (Part II): Triptych Lux||16:35|
|2||Devour Me, Colossus (Part II): Contortions||02:27|
|3||Devour Me, Colossus (Part I): Blackholes||12:37|
|5||Painters Of The Tempest (Part III): Reveries From The Stained Glass Womb||03:34|
|6||Painters Of The Tempest (Part I): Wyrmholes||03:08|
Plastic outer sleeve sticker reads:
Second album by the Australian sensation Ne Obliviscaris. Progressive extreme melodic Metal with a folk edge, unique and intense!
Recommended if you like: Opeth, Emperor, Septic Flesh.
Exclusive solid purple vinyl limited to 100 units worldwide.
- Barcode: 2250353441
- Copyright (c) – Season Of Mist
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Not On Label (Ne Obliviscaris Self-released)
Citadel is the second studio album by the Australian band Ne Obliviscaris. It was released worldwide on November 7, 2014 and November 11 in North America, marking their first release through Season of Mist records. It is the last album to feature Brendan Cygnus Brown, who was released from the band in January 2017, thus marking the end of the steady line-up the band had since their first album. All lyrics are written by Xenoyr. Ne Obliviscaris. Tim Charles clean vocals, violin, production. The Orchard Music от лица компании Season of Mist The Orchard. Ne Obliviscaris - Devour Me Colossus Part I. Citadel by Ne Obliviscaris, released 16 June 2015 1. Painters of the Tempest, Pt. I - Wyrmholes 2. II - Triptych Lux 3. Painters of the Tempest Pt. III - Reveries from the Stained Glass Womb 4. Pyrrhic 5. Devour Me, Colossus, Pt. I - Blackholes 6. II - Contortions Without a doubt NE OBLIVISCARIS are one of the international metal scene's most exciting new bands. With their new album 'Citadel', the wildly progressive Australian band will undoubtedly take their place in the vanguard of the genre's forerunners. Album 2014 6 Songs. 2014 Ne Obliviscaris. More By Ne Obliviscaris. Listen free to Ne Obliviscaris Citadel Painters of the Tempest, Pt. 1 - Wyrmholes, Painters of the Tempest, Pt. 2 Triptych Lux and more. 6 tracks . It is the last album to feature Brendan Cygnus Brown, who was kicked out of the band in January 2017, thus marking the end of the steady line-up the band had since their first album. Discover more music, concerts, vid. Released November 7, 2014. Citadel Tracklist. Painters of the Tempest Part I: Wyrmholes Lyrics. Citadel is an album released in 2014 by progressive metal band Ne Obliviscaris. Its their second studio album. CITADEL is used to represent the human form were all strongholds, and everyone has walls which hide and protect who we really are, but once the gates have been breached it reveals the flames within and how bright we really burn. The three tracks symbolise the points of a triangle, a symbol for fire each song is a psychological and emotional exploration beyond those walls of flesh, into the the strength and frailty of our existence. Songs in album Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel 2014. Ne Obliviscaris - Painters Of The Tempest Part I: Wyrmholes. Ne Obliviscaris - Painters Of The Tempest Part II: Triptych Lux. Ne Obliviscaris - Painters Of The Tempest Part III: Reveries From The Stained Glass Womb. Ne Obliviscaris - Pyrrhic. Ne Obliviscaris - Devour Me, Colossus Part I: Blackholes. Ne Obliviscaris - Devour Me, Colossus Part II: Contortions. Total votes: 24. Other albums by Ne Obliviscaris. Progressive Metal Extreme Metal. Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel review: Ne Obliviscaris are proving once more to be a hard band to label. 2014's Citadel finds the band perfecting the unique sound established on their debut album Portal of I, while seemingly attaining more accessibility. Review Summary: Ne Obliviscaris are proving once more to be a hard band to label. In spite of drawing several comparisons to contemporary metal act Opeth, Ne Obliviscaris dig much deeper. Type: Full-length. All music by Ne Obliviscaris, except tracks 1-2 by Tim Charles, track 3 by Tim Charles and Benjamin Baret. Recording information: Engineered at Pony Music Melbourne, Australia. Progressive extreme melodic metal with violin from Melbourne, Australia. Provided to YouTube by TuneCore Forget Not Ne Obliviscaris Portal of I 2012 Welkin Records Released on: 2012-05-07 Auto-generated by YouTube. 18 June at 17:51