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Building the twilight harsh walls of so impregnable citadel

October 11, 2019
Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel

So bewitching Painters of the Tempest, part I - Wyrmholes symphony weaves a bewitching lace of instrumental passages, pulsating with keyboard notes and enveloping the Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel album's introductory haze with twilight intriguing haze. But then Painters of the Tempest, part II - Triptych Lux complements the sound with a furious drive, progressively and artistically alternating it with inspired musical variations. In the vocal part, the phrases of inspirational, dreamy, clean vocals intertwine and the unbridled bursts of growling seasoned with some shades of screaming. Then, clean vocals elevate the festival of symphonic inspiration, transforming into a rapid stream of inspired drive. The violin comes to the forefront of the Painters of the Tempest, part III - Reveries from the Stained Glass Womb orchestra symphony, bewitching by a pensive and intriguing melody, entwined with doubts and forebodings.
Taking off the black dragon of furious drive Pyrrhic weaves screaming and growling in the vocal part, crowning the musical image with mesmerizing passages of violin stoves, flying the bewitching flag of melody. Then clean vocals complement melodic variations with notes of their phrases, retreating before the cry of the violin symphony.
Driving in the gloomy waves of the dark anthem Devour Me, Colossus, part I - Blackholes then raises the sparkling veils of a dreamy ballad, but clean vocals alternate with severe twilight growling, interlacing mesmerizing alternations of a contrasting musical essence. Devour Me, Colossus, part II - Contortions completes the final dilogy of the album, captivating with a mysterious and mysterious instrumental romance with background wordless chants.