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Back to Sepulcro
Opera IX
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Opera IX. Type: Full-length. Release date: November 15th, 2015. Catalog ID: Dusk022CD. Recording information: Recorded at Ossian's Occultum Studios and Federico Pennazzato's Authoma Studios over January and February 2015.

Opera IX reformed with Taranis on drums and Madras on vocals. Their fourth album, entitled Maleventum, is a concept album about witchcraft and paganism. It was recorded in January 2002 at The Damage inc studios in Ventimiglia. Madras and Taranis left the band at the same time it was finishing the new album Anphisbena. As of December 2003, the current Opera IX line up features M The Bard on vocals and Dalamar on drums. New albums 2009-present. The new album, Strix: Maledictae in aeternum, was finally released in 2012, followed by Back to Sepulcro in 2015.

Рок, Панк, Метал, Альтернатива, Разное Скачать торрент Opera IX - Back To Sepulcro. 01. Sepulcro 02. The Oak 03. Act I, The First Seal 04. Maleventum 05. Consacration 06. The Cross.

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Opera IX - Primary Artist
  • Nahn
What’s often ignored regarding Opera IX’s career is that their albums were often plagued by absurd recording and production choices even more than lack of substance: given their extremely prolix, but scarce material, it shouldn’t surprise that they are a very hard band to appreciate. It makes sense, therefore, the release of an album of re-recordings like Back to Sepulcro, even if there are the ridiculous number of two new songs here, one lasting 4:48 (seems incredible, but it’s their shortest yet) and one being an outro. Granted, most of these new arrangements and versions are definitely different from the original ones: listening to “Sepulcro”, one doesn’t think anymore about the band’s debut album, but rather about an Obituary with keyboards and Spanish guitars. Singer “Abigail Danaria” does the possible to imitate Cadaveria’s vocals, so it’s strange to notice that she’s left the band just a few days ago. The songs on Back to Sepulcro are reworked effectively, but it’s hard not to think that this album was just an excuse for not to release a new studio album. A mere fan artifact.