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1. Metanoia Einar Solberg
2. Katabasis
3. Architecture of the I
4. Leap of Faith
5. Aware of Being Watched Merethe Soltvedt
6. Merkabah
7. Consciousness (Pt.3)
8. Anabasis Pt1
9. Anabasis Pt2 Angel Vivaldi, Steffen Kummerer, Merethe Soltvedt
10. Anabasis Pt3

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2022 release. Persefone set a new standard in extreme progressive metal with their latest opus, metanoia! Hailing from Andorra, outstanding progressive/melodic death metal outfit Persefone is known for their band of rich soundscapes and technically precise work that sets new standards in modern extreme progressive metal. Founded in 2001, Persefone has released five studio albums, each one showcasing the band's myriad of musical principles: high technicality, distinct melodies, plenty of head-turning riffs and musical acrobatics. The band has toured worldwide with notable acts like Obituary and Leprous, has hit stages at important festivals such as Wacken Open Air, Metal Days, Brutal Assault, ProgPower and 70,000 Tons of Metal, and is now set to release their new album, metanoia, via Napalm Records! After having collaborated with producers such as Jens Bogren (At The Gates, Haken, The Ocean), Logan Mader (Gojira, Periphery, Once Human) and Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe, Epica), metanoia was mixed by David Castillo, who has worked with genre greats like Leprous, Soen and Opeth, and mastered by Tony Lindgren (Enslaved, Ihsahn, Sepultura). metanoia sets off with the opulent opener "Katabasis", drawing dramatic, cinematic soundscapes mixed with electronic influences. The soft, clear vocals of Marc Martins alternate with sharp growls