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Semjaza

by Dorian Grey

Dark, vampiric classical orchestration creating a haunting atmosphere with bombastic overtones; dinner music for vampires, witches, goths, pagans, satanists and followers of a left-hand path.
Genre: Classical: Orchestral
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1. Semjaza Rising
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2. Ultima Diaboli
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3. Novus Ordo Seclorum
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4. Philanthropy Eviscerated
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5. Malleus Maleficarum
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6. Euphoria in the Reign of the Light-Bringer
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7. Imperium et Libertas
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8. The Sigil of Baphomet
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9. Lex Talionis
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10. Love Songs of the Left-Hand Path
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11. Non Servium
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"SEMJAZA is amazing! So good they should write a movie to go with the CD. A different side of Dorian Grey, and one I want to see more of." ~Lissy MacMillan (Publisher of Inclination Webzine)
Dorian Grey, front man for the Chicago based shock rock band, Thorn Fetish, has released this work of dark classical and satanic orchestration entitled SEMJAZA. Creating an atmosphere designed for people of a more gothic taste, Semjaza is reminiscent of soundtracks for Lord of the Rings and Conan the Barbarian. Close your eyes and let this bombastic ensemble take you to another world!


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Yvonne Kimler

Voodoo Queen Management
This album envelopes our souls and minds all at once. With a teasingly new sound that sets it apart from everything else that I have heard coming from the sea of musicians. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys meditation music and those of us who are searching for some! A piece of work that intrigues your mind process and keeps you wanting for more.
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J. L. "The Barbarian Bard" Burnett

Hail Dorian!
Thunderous hails to Dorian Grey for “Semjaza.” This cd is brilliant in the truest sense of the word: lustrous, vivid, refulgent; it crackles with might and glistens with a serpentine sheen. The rich orchestration teems with powerful passages and darksome melodies; the superbly-wrought progressions glide effortlessly, slither from celestial climes to stygian deeps.

Every time I listen to “Semjaza” I embark on some type of crepuscular voyage through weirdsome groves, vine-choked ruins, balefire-dotted hills. This music conjures up so many wondrous and phantasmagoric visions:

The sweeping vastness of “Novus Ordo Seclorum” and “Imperium et Libertas” evokes scenes of jutting grey towers, robed hierarchs, red triumphs; the ominous, yet quite ethereal and gossamer “Ultima Diaboli” is a skullduggery-in-the catacombs journey, one which wends from doom-fraught to transcendent in majestic fashion; the dolorous “Philanthropy Eviscerated” seems a tapestry woven of tragic ruminations hanging in an empty banquet hall beset by wraiths and eldritch whispers; the brooding, minatory, and wonderfully creepy “Malleus Maleficarum” beckons one to pick up a war hammer and skulk through shadowed corridors in search of fresh craniums, and “The Sigil of Baphomet” could very well be the crimson aftermath of such a yearning; the hauntingly beautiful “Love Songs of the Left Hand Path” is a brimming cup of unbridled emotion, raw desire, incarnadine dreams; “Euphoria in the Reign of the Light Bringer” brings to mind pageantic, lubricious orgies of ancient splendor in the torch-lit bowels of the earth—the piece morphs from lusty and carnal to delicate and darkly romantic, then ingeniously back to licentious; in “Semjaza Rising” and “Lex Talionis” one gets the sense that they are marching off to some dread and miraculous place, filing in solemn procession to a woodland conclave, slogging to a crow-haunted scaffold, pilgrimaging to paradise...

“Semjaza” is a serious work of lust, love, and liberation.


—J. L. “The Barbarian Bard” Burnett

william

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What to say about this i am a metal head at heart but have been getting more into classical due to it's dark side,and this is a good cd for anyone looking to get into classical that enjoys metal.cd kicks ass and Dorian Grey continues to deliver the darkness.

william

what to say
What to say about this i am a metal head at heart but have been getting more into classical due to it's dark side,and this is a good cd for anyone looking to get into classical that enjoys metal.cd kicks ass and Dorian Grey continues to deliver the darkness.