Hemina | As We Know It

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As We Know It

by Hemina

Haunting melody and powerful harmony lulls you into a lush, dreamy adventure that explores the world of Progressive Metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Lonesome Angel
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2. And Now to Find a Friend
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3. For All Wrong Reasons
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4. With What I See
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5. The Hunt
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hemina is a Progressive Metal band started by Douglas Skene in 2008. The original focus of the band was to create a Progressive Metal project that blended the conceptual and forward thinking nature of Progressive Rock with the sonic extremities of Progressive Metal.

'As We Know It' contains 3 songs from Hemina's upcoming and written album 'Synthetic' as well as some extra tracks to give a sample of the musical journey one can come to expect from listening to Hemina.

Through an intense appreciation for melody, harmony and emotion - Hemina crafts a unique sensory experience for the listener that is absent of the clichés that have come to be known within the genre.


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