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Aeon Of Horus - Existence (2014)
Aeon of Horus are a progressive death metal band from Canberra, Australia. The four piece combines technicality and rhythmic complexity with a sweeping dynamic, often venturing into symphonic passages and subtle melodic interludes.
Aeon of Horus formed in 2006 and began playing live in early 2007. By late 2007 they had recorded and released a self-titled EP. The band continued to write and in early 2008 they began recording their first full length album, ?The Embodiment of Darkness and Light?. While their EP hinted at the intensity and superior musicianship of Aeon of Horus, this full length release showcases the culmination of their efforts in an epic sensory experience. Crushing riffs and technicality combine with epic and dark movements to form a unique brand of progressive metal.
The release of The Embodiment of Darkness and Light saw the band gain widespread critical acclaim;TheMetalInquisition.com claimed the band had the ability to take the metal world by storm. British Rock and Metal Magazine PowerPlay also proclaimed the album ?one of the best death metal albums we?ve heard in a long time?. Following widespread Australian touring, the band earned several high profile tour supports including Satyricon (NOR) and Pig Destroyer (USA), Darkest Hour (USA), Despised Icon (CAN)
For the past few years, Canberra metallers Aeon of Horus have been honing their sound relentlessly ? the culmination of this process results in the bands second full length ?Existence?. Not content to remain sonically stagnant; the sophomore release sees Aeon of Horus push their own boundaries, exploring their vast array of influences including 70′s progressive, electronic, ambient, and jazz against a backdrop of well-crafted death metal. ?Existence? is a grand sensory experience ? intense and technical; yet texturally rich, dynamic, focused and thought-provoking in ways sure to appeal to fans outside of the metal genre.
?Existence? follows the band?s 2011 EP EXILE, 2008 full-length The Embodiment of Darkness and Light and 2007 Self-titled EP.
Quote:Who would?ve thought our Capital Territory would birth some of this countries most prolific bands? With past acts like Armoured Angel, Alchemist and Pod People this goldmine of heavy metal is undeniable . But don?t assume Canberra?s metal glory lies in the past, it?s next generation of talented acts like The Levitation Hex, I Exist and Aeon Of Horus show that the future of extreme music is in good hands.
?Existence? is the bands second full length and welcomes the addition of two new metallers, guitarist Carlo Beasley and Adam Brown on bass. Both musicians display a stellar performance that?s both diverse and inventive producing an album that even this early could be a contender for album of the year.
Combining brutal death metal with elements of technical, melodic, symphonic and progressive metal, Aeon Of Horus have defiantly masted the art of technicality and groove . After hearing the album only a few times I?m already in awe of how sonically balanced it is, each song comprises of several musical styles while never sounding like a cut and paste thrown together piece of musical shit. The change between cool shredding riffs to interludes of stunning bass work and syncopated drumming (at times you?d be forgiven for thinking that drummer Ben Hocking has four feet) is well executed. Along with tasteful and inventive chord structures and time signatures Existence gives the listener plenty to sink there teeth into.
Andy Annand?s vocals are a mix of low growls (but not quite inaudible guttural) to raspy black metal screaming . Combined with the ambient keyboards (also provided by Annard) his vocals sound fucking epic and fit the songs well. The keyboards are predominantly used to add depth and create at times an erie /dreamy atmosphere. There?s none of the usual guitar/keyboard solos typical of progressive bands. Instead Annard shows off his compositional prowess with the somber piano intro (and outro) of Resolve, and the subtle backdrop of piano in the mid section of Dissipate.
The abundance of extended interludes inbetween the verses gives Brown plenty of time in the spotlight, the intro to Resolve shows he can write awesome bass lines while the instrumental tracks Emanate/Parallax and Thesis shows his technical ability.
?Existence? is technical guitar driven death metal laced with ?mini moog? bass solos, toolesque ringing chords and spine chilling keyboards, if your a fan of death metal or progressive metal do yourself a favour and snap this up you won?t be disappointed.
Andy Annand ? Vocals & Keyboard
Carlo Beasley - Guitar
Adam Brown - Bass
Ben Hocking ? Drums
Peter Meere - Guitar
Aeon Of Horus - Existence (2014)
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