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SouthernCitysLab : Deathless: The Renaissance

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SCL125
 
Playtime: 29:16 - 192kb/s - 32.92 MB
Date released
2014/04/20
Date published
2014/04/20 11:57h
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Almost three months ago Kai Engel released "Calls and Echoes", an album that signalled a move towards epic trailer music with the old neoclassical approach. On new album composer went deeply in that direction. Characterized by more dramatic, cinematographic dynamics, the sound of "Deathless: The Renaissance" also incorporated ambient elements, became heavier and darker. Two months of work and nine compositions, almost screaming at you from the headphones: "We're just made for a movie!". Have a nice listening.

All music by Kai Engel (Антон Федченков)
Cover by Red One

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