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January 12, 2018
℗ 2018 Nuclear Blast
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Invisible Circles: The Album – The Sessions (Remastered)
Invisible Circles is the third studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band After Forever. It was released on 25 March 2004, by the small Dutch label Transmission Records. It is After Forever's first full-length album since the dismissal of guitarist and composer Mark Jansen, whose musical tastes had strongly influenced the sound of their first work Prison of Desire and their successful second offering Decipher. In this work After Forever choose a new musical direction, mostly revolving around elements of progressive metal instead of the gothic and symphonic metal of previous albums. The creative process for Invisible Circles took more than a year and required the use of three recording studios in the Netherlands and Germany. A long tour to support the album brought the band to some of the most important European rock festivals and to Central and South America.
Invisible Circles is a concept album about the dynamics of quarrelsome families and psychological child abuse. The theme was inspired by guitarist Sander Gommans' work as an art teacher, in direct contact with dysfunctional families and teen-age problems.
Darkest White is the seventh full-length album by the Norwegian gothic metal band Tristania. It is the second Tristania album to feature Mariangela Demurtas and Kjetil Nordhus on vocals.
The Sins of Thy Beloved
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The Gates Of Oblivion
The Gates of Oblivion is the third full-length album of the Spanish power metal band Dark Moor, released March 31, 2002 on Arise Records. It's also the last album with singer Elisa C. Martín.
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1755 is the eleventh full-length album by Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell, released on November 3, 2017, and unlike previous albums, it is entirely sung in Portuguese. This is a concept album, detailing the story of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake.
This album was recorded in Antfarm Studios and Poison Apple Studios, produced and mixed by Tue Madsen, noted for working with Meshuggah, The Haunted, Dark Tranquillity, Dir En Grey, and Die Apokalyptischen Reiter. Cover artwork was designed by João Diogo. It includes guest performances in some songs, including vocals by Paulo Bragança on the track 'In Tremor Dei'.
Les Fleurs Du Mal
Les Fleurs du Mal is a cover album and the fifteenth full-length album by Swedish symphonic metal band Therion. It was released on 28 September 2012 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the band. Named after the 1857 volume of poetry Les Fleurs du mal, the album is fully sung in French language. It consist of metal cover versions of French pop songs from 1960s and 1970s, mostly from the ye-ye genre.
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Secret Of The Runes
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Crowning Of Atlantis
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