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Maieutic

by Truth Behold

Our debut album that will impress through technical guitar leads, complex drum patterns, blazing bass fills, brutal vocals, meaningful lyrics, while keeping you hooked through catchy riffs!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Legion
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3:14 $1.29
2. Path to Progression
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4:18 $1.29
3. Identity
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3:59 $1.29
4. Omitted Omniscience
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5:41 $1.29
5. Abyss
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3:29 $1.29
6. Habeas Corpus
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4:13 $1.29
7. Phoenix Rises
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3:49 $1.29
8. Scaphandre
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2:20 $1.29
9. Babylon 2.0
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6:21 $1.29
10. Sandstorm
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Maieutic" is our debut album, where pretty much all of the songs were written at age 15 and 16. It's probably some of the most technical music you'd hear in the genre, coming from a band of teenagers! And it's not the technical music that turns you off because you can't understand it. "Maieutic" retains its catchiness which will get you hooked, despite speedy guitar leads, 7 string bass fills, and technical drum patterns! Check it out, and see for yourself!


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Erik

A worthy album for your ears and mind
I personally loved this album from start to finish. Each song has its own unique theme and there is a lot of musical diversity which is refreshing. I thoroughly enjoyed this piece of work. Definitely a worthy buy from my standpoint.