Angels Of Darkness, Demons Of Light I

by Earth

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Guenter Schmidhofer
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Guenter Schmidhofer Wonderful, beautiful and mellow. Favorite track: Father Midnight.
Kevin T. Shedaker
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Kevin T. Shedaker Fantastic music to sit back and reflect with, it just takes you into another dimension. Favorite track: Old Black.
John Cratchley
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John Cratchley These songs sound like old mythical stories rediscovered and retold anew with both grace and grandeur yet with melancholic simplicity that makes them true,timeless and inexorable. The measured pace and unfolding of these songs gives them gravitas and the arrangements give them a sadness which speaks of prophecies fortold. Brooding and majestic but not without a hint of the apocalypse to follow.
Guillerms
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Guillerms So slow and epic.
Guy Romanov
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Guy Romanov Despite the tracks being different from each other, and that every piece has it's own melody, they are all share the mellow yet powerful tone. The music is able both to set a casual environment and provide heavy thought material at the same time.

The last track (Angels and Demons I) stands by itself as a musical masterpiece, in my opinion. The harmony between all the instruments is just perfect on so many levels, mainly in this track but also on the rest. Bravo Eearth, Bravo. Favorite track: Angels Of Darkness, Demons Of Light I.
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released February 22, 2011

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