Aesma Daeva - Dawn Of The New Athens


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Release date: March 2007
Style: Symphonic metal

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01. Tisza's Child
02. The Bluish Shade
03. Artemis
04. Hymn To The Sun
05. D'Oreste
06. The Camp Of Souls
07. Ancient Verses
08. Since The Machine
09. The Loon

Guest review by
Ernis
Rating:
8.0
Aesma Daeva's latest album continues the style influenced by the culture of Ancient Greece. The band also introduces their new singer Lori Lewis with this album since the previous lead vocalist, Melissa Ferlaak, left to join the rows of Visions of Atlantis. As Lori is also working with the crew of Therion it appears in this album that these two bands have started to approach each other both musically and professionally.

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published 06.07.2007 | Comments (8)

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22.11.2010 - 17:10
Lovecraft
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This is one of the albums I want to like, but I can't. For some reason, I find the singer's voice (Sara?) annoying.
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31.01.2013 - 05:42
Rating: 9
Unhealer
Eclecticist
I finally found it Fantastic album, hope they return to activity soon.
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18.03.2013 - 05:15
ScnD361
Written by Guest on 22.11.2010 at 17:10

This is one of the albums I want to like, but I can't. For some reason, I find the singer's voice (Sara?) annoying.

You have no taste
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19.07.2015 - 20:44
Rating: 9
Wiseman's Fear
This is one of the more original symphonic metal albums I have heard. The slow tempo, the exotic instruments and the lyrics make it very interesting.
The only draw back is the not so good production which is the reason why I haven't given it a 10.
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