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Dodekaprofeton [Digipak]
Artist: Profezia
Format: CD

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Label: MORIBUND RECORDS
Rel. Date: 08/24/2018
UPC: 768586024925

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2018 release from the Italian avant-garde occult rock overlords. Long-running Italian occult rock black metallers Profezia make their highly anticipated return with Dodekaprofeton, their landmark third album! A veritable line-up of "who's-who" in the Italian metal scene, Profezia features such luminaries as Kvasir (Abhor, Mourning Mist), Domine Saevum Graven (Abhor, ex-Sophus, ex-Oraculum), Ynleborgaz (Angantyr, Make a Change... Kill Yourself) and Marco de Rosa (Opera IX, The True Endless, Skoll, Darkness) here giving his final vocal performance Anno Domini! The album also features a plethora of session performers including Ravenlord (Woods of Infinity), Nequam (Mortuary Drape) and Leonardo Lonnerbach among other luminaries. Breaking all preconceptions and norms of what black metal is, Profezia returns with an epic awe-inspiring opus more in common with Italian dark-wave and neo-opera than metal proper. Sorrowful frenzied gusts of violin melodies accompany harmonic, yet harsh atmospheric black metal, creating a melancholic mood that undeniably entrances all listeners! Anti-theistic lyrics are taken straight from the old testament to defy our modern era! The harmonious use of modern and classical instruments is bolstered only by vigilant songwriting, making Profezia an excellent study in the ways of classic Italian black metal.