If you want to hear the most epic Death metal album ever made is here and it's called Crimson by Edge of Sanity. It's 40 minutes (the album is only
one track, which is long 40 minutes) of non-stop kick ass Swedish Death Metal.
The album tells the story of a world where humans no longer can beget children. Into this time of despair a child is born to the King and Queen of the
barren Earth. The Queen dies in the childbirth, and the King is left to rule the Earth and raise his daughter on his own. The people think the child
is a sign that God will give them back the ability to reproduce, but the child grows into a teenager and humanity remains infertile. In time, the King
dies and men fight over his throne.
The new King crushes rebellions against his illegitimate rule and is generally hated by the populace. Eventually they persuade the Child to lead a
coup. As she is left alone to plan, the forces of evil beckon to her. She accepts an unholy Master and gains mighty magical powers. She slays the
false King easily and begins ruling Earth. The people watch her obsessively, because it was thought that by restoring the rightful ruler they might be
returned the gift of breeding. But the new Queen misleads the people, and slays the elders who the humans had preserved for their wisdom. Word of this
gets out and a group of rebels gathers to stop her. They find a way to neutralize her power (by blinding her) and then place her in the same
preservative tank of "crimson fluid" that the elders were kept in.
It features very cool keyboard part and Mikael Åkerfeldt (from Opeth) on lead guitar and additional vocals. I recommend it to anyone, it's something
This is my band, ASTRUM, I play bass, and do vocals, and write the music. This is from our 2011 CD, Tales of Witchlore. This is the 1st track released
to the public so far from the final mix. I just have to get the inlay cards printed, and it's about ready to go out.
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