Progtronic | Mortis Metallum

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Mortis Metallum

by Progtronic

Aggressive calculating distinctive dissension among conventional multiplicity. Forgotten utterance. Archaic resonant magicks crash upon dark labyrinthian metallic discord.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Defined By Will
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2. Chaos Machine
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3. Monsters of Extraction
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4. Darkest Origin
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5. Mother to the Opiate
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6. Nightmare Angel
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7. Omens of the Prototype
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8. Masquerade Collapsing
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9. Agonizing Into Retina
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10. Brutal Possession
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Venerable gentleman of solitary design and possessor of favored distinction. Currently inhabits, region of his origin, North America. In these United States, in the commonwealth of California. Adverse to performance, he exploits computing devices to generate and disseminate his handicraft.

His premier project, 'Sim Itar', originated in the mid 1980's. The earliest compendium of that trilogy, "Subliminal Self", was unleashed in 1989. Additional volumes succeeded, as did fresh projects encapsulating a diversity of genres owing to added album dispensation.

'Progtronic', invoked in the early 2000's as a 'catch all' designate project, was conjured to circumscribe an assortment of feasible genres. It's debut 2002 release, "In the Beginning", was followed by "Evolve" in 2007. Characteristics varied from Adult Contemporary, Electronic Dance, Fusion, Progressive Rock and Metal. With many accompanying orchestral components scattered throughout.

This latest offering, "Mortis Metallum", is an exhaustive reconstruction of his musical identity. An alteration and contemplative obligation to an enduring 'Metal' providence.


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