Elysium Theory | Event Horizon

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Event Horizon

by Elysium Theory

Modern Symphonic Progressive Rock with strong melodies and powerful instrumentation.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. B'aktun 13 (Intrumental)
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1:47 $0.99
2. Long Count
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3. Clockwork Earth
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4. Illuminated
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5. Halo (Instrumental)
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6. Pictures in the Sand
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7. The Arrival (Instrumental)
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8. Travelers in Time
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9. Church of the Serpent
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10. Transmission Alpha
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11. Cask of Amontillado I: The Insult
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12. Cask of Amontillado II: The Carnival
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13. Cask of Amontillado III: Coat of Arms
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14. Cask of Armontillado IV: The Catacombs
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Elysium Theory's second full-length cd entitled "Event Horizon" is now available. The release marks the culmination of a two year effort following the band's debut "Modern Alchemy." The album sees the band exploring concepts familiar to ET fans...religion, science, prophecy, and extra terrestrials! All while expanding its storytelling into a unique, yet unified conceptual piece. Featured is the seventeen minute epic, "The Cask" based on the Edgar Alan Poe short story.


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