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Release date: 29 March 2013
Style: Melodic death metal, Progressive metal

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01. Flying Sea Dragons
02. Mind As Universe
03. The Great Reality
04. Zazen Meditation
05. The Majestic Of Gaia
06. Consciousness (Pt. 1): Sitting In Silence
07. Consciousness (Pt. 2): A Path To Enlightenment
08. Inner Fullness
09. Metta Meditation
10. Upward Explosion
11. Spiritual Migration
12. Returning To The Source
13. Outro

Top 20 albums of 2013: 10

Review
Lyrics (7)


Line-up
Marc Martins Pia - vocals
Miguel "Moe" "Iawr" Espinosa - keyboards, vocals
Jordi "Alden" Gorgues Mateu - guitars
Carlos "Rüdiger" Lozano Quintanilla - guitars
Marc Mas Marti - drums
Toni "Fragment Of Silence" Mestre Coy - bass


Additional info
Mixed by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Pretty Maids, Mercenary, Pestilence, Destruction) at Hansen Studios.

Artwork by Travis Smith (Katatonia, Avenged Sevenfold, Nevermore).

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor

Rating:
8.6
Andorra is one of the smallest nations in the world. Lodged between Spain and France in the middle of the Pyrenees, it still holds enough talented musicians to bring to the world one of the most gifted metal bands of the last few years. If the name sounds familiar, it is because Persefone have made a name for themselves by releasing the album Core in 2006, a juggernaut of an album that still slays my psyche to this day. Its successor Shin-Ken was also a worthy experience in its own right. 2013 brings us Spiritual Migration.

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published 19.01.2014 | Comments (3)

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K†ulu - 13.02.2014 at 10:08  
Rating: 7 Having given it a few more spins, my verdict is the album has some beef to it, but it is long for that amount of beef. Things start to get going from "The Majestic of Gaia" but are still mingled with a lot of superflous parts IMHO. Persefone are amazing musicians nevertheless, well, at least very capable.
Diverge - 14.02.2014 at 07:31  
Rating: 9
Written by K†ulu on 13.02.2014 at 10:08

Having given it a few more spins, my verdict is the album has some beef to it, but it is long for that amount of beef. Things start to get going from "The Majestic of Gaia" but are still mingled with a lot of superflous parts IMHO. Persefone are amazing musicians nevertheless, well, at least very capable.

Yeah, I guess the extent to which you'd enjoy the album depends on how superfluous you feel certain moments are. I personally think there are maybe two or three tracks below par, but the quality of even those tracks still brought my rating to a 9.
andreosokin - 20.02.2014 at 11:01  
Rating: 9 This album just made it to my 2013 top 10 took a while to get there, and ironically (after I've just changed my vote from 8 to 9) it got up 2 places in the MS top 2013 chart
God Buster 鬼 - 18.07.2014 at 21:04  
Rating: 10 This is a real progressive metal album !

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