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Ionium : Tales Of Sodenliah

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2011/09/23 12:14h



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15 months after the release of "Formation Of Chaos" the duo Deied, constisting of Din-Tah Æon and n1n0 (amongst others aeon sable, Melanculia), return with their new work "Tales Of Sodenliah". The album's protagonist strolls, in the name of mankind, through the valleys of the imaginary Sodenliah - on the search for answers of this society's questions.

Mankind for the first time achieves, to enter the interior of the human mind and what comes across the main character's way even makes religious lore and darwin's evolution theory look like discount goods of an inflationary store.

"If you continue this way, we ALL will die!" the quintessence of the gained awarenesses, which are described in the 10 tracks of the album. Altogether "Tales Of Sodenliah" becomes a genial Science Fiction Soundtrack, which, due to the subtle audio technique and it's extraordinary instrumentation, rises far above a standardized play back and lyrical words and sometimes reminds of downfall scenarios of bands like Project Pitchfork or Wumpscut.

This audio-experience is linked with the artwork of the german underground-artist Ghostfog, who is responsible for a part of the new album, too. "Tales Of Sodenliah" will be released on September the 23rd 2011 as a download as much as in a limited digipack edition on afmusic (TS-Musix) and Ionium Records.

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