Vitriol | Into the Silence I Sink

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Into the Silence I Sink

by Vitriol

Progressive metal for your soul
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Behind the Electric Veil
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2. Slowly She Dies
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3. Arabesque
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4. Sinking
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5. The Frozen Wind
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6. Endless Spiral
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7. Despite Your Cries
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8. Oceans
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9. The Continuous Struggle
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10. Three Times
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Album Notes
it's a concept album revolving around the theme of Silence, metaphorically approached as "deep absence of communication". 10 songs, conducive to an analysis of the different causes of this absence of communication: the anonymity of the urban environment, the historical contraposition of Ideologies (Outward Silence, between person and person), differences between who we are and who we appear to be (Inner Silence, between the own appearance and essence). Concluding the album, the last song analyzes what must have been the most atrocious communicative Silence that has ever happened: a bewildered Christ asking "My God, my God, why did you abandon me"?


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Even better then the first release, how is that possible.
I truly fell in love with this Italian Prog Metal band when they released their self titled ep back in 2010, and when I heard they had a new release coming out this year I was filled with excitement and apprehension all at the same time. Could they or would they even record an album of the same quality and caliber of their first release. We I must tell you the answer is a resounding yes, it's not only as good as the ep but in many ways better strong musicianship, quality music with first rate production add up to an incredible experience. This album clocks in at just over an hour and when you are done listening to it, you want to hear more and that is a good thing. Give these guys a try you cannot go wrong if you like great prog metal concept albums.