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1. Flicker
2. Anonymous
3. Mosaic
4. Sinsidious (The Dogs of War)
5. The Sixth Great Extinction
6. Deified
7. The Greatest Hope
8. Liar, Fool, or Messiah
9. Red Sea

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ENGLISH: The highly-anticipated new album by American power/progressive metal act Theocracy is here. Seven years after the criticaly-acclaimed "Ghost Ship", mastermind Matt Smith and his band return with their new masterpiece, titled "Mosaic". Theocracy started in 2002 as a solo project of Smith, meanwhile it has turned into a real band with a steadily growing fanbase. Their rapid mixture of power- and progressive metal has become more and more unique over the years and is the result of a variety of influences. Theocracy's sound will surely appeal to fans from Avantasia to Symphony X. Their outstanding grasp for strong melodies and fantastic arrangements are second to none. DEUTSCH: Das mit Spannung erwartete neue Album der U.S.-amerikanischen Power/Progressive-Metal-Band Theocracy ist endlich da. Sieben Jahre nach dem hochgelobten "Ghost Ship" melden sich Mastermind Matt Smith und seine Truppe mit ihrem neuen Meisterwerk "Mosaic" zurück. Theocracy startete 2002 als Soloprojekt von Smith, mittlerweile ist daraus eine richtige Band mit stetig wachsender Fanbase geworden. Ihre rasante Mischung aus Power- und Progressive-Metal ist i'm Laufe der Jahre immer einzigartiger geworden - das Ergebnis einer Vielzahl von Einflüssen. Der Sound von Theocracy begeistert Fans von Avantasia bis Symphony X. Ihr herausragendes Gespür für starke Melodien und fantastische Arrangements sucht seinesgleichen.