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Aurora Borealis

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Atmospheric Black Metal Cat
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Atmospheric Black Metal Cat Saw Aureole. Clicked Buy Now. Mission accomplished. Favorite track: IV: Worlds of Ice Stretched Thin Across the Skull.
Mehtul
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Mehtul I'm pretty late getting on the Markov Soroka bus, but not sorry for boarding! All of his work is incredible.
Anthony
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Anthony The wait for this second LP by Aureole was one of deep anticipation. MS has created a beautifully focused, atmospheric masterpiece that is heavy in thoughtful concept. Vocally, this offering is a huge departure from where Aureole left off with the Resonance: Crimson Void material (one of my very favorite vocal performances) where those vocals instilled a feeling of dread; the vocals on Aurora Borealis feel painful and distant in a good way. Amazing album. Favorite track: IV: Worlds of Ice Stretched Thin Across the Skull.
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Klepthor the Escape Artist Like a fat, juicy, bloody, burger, but replace everything with a bleak landscape of nothing and cold, cold, cold. Favorite track: V: Hyperwarp [Alunar >> Borealis].
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ALUNAR >> BOREALIS

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Aurora Borealis is an 8 track full length album addressing the cognitive realities of Earthern nature realized by M.S. in Reykjavík, Iceland. Written in December during the recordings of the 'Tchornobog' album.

The album as a whole visualizes the Aurora Borealis as a gateway from Earth to space by use of solar winds. Through this, the early functions of Citadel Alunar were gathered through the cold embrace. The preparations made by human craftsmen ensured that The Citadel was created properly to succumb to cold, dead, and empty space.

Among one of the skulls of these craftsmen nestled a rebellion of Earthern life, one of a psychological disorder -- wherein his desire to die outside of Earth proved to be a most painful physical experience...

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released November 28, 2016

M.S. - All instruments, vocals, and engineering.

Adam Burke (Nightjar Illustration) - Front painting cover of mountain Engey based on a photo taken by M.S.

To be released by Fallen Empire in November on vinyl LP.

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Track Name: IV: Worlds of Ice Stretched Thin Across the Skull
We attribute to the human --
A desire for balance of purpose and meaninglessness.

For the mind that seeks to advance to the void
Must first understand the veil that divides them to it.