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Release date: 2 March 2005
Style: Funeral doom metal

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01. Apologeia
02. Gluttony
03. Envy
04. Lust
05. First Prayer
06. Pride
07. Greed
08. Sloth
09. Wrath
10. Metanoia

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Lyrics (10)


Line-up
Andy Semmens - vocals, drums
Kostas Panagiotou - keyboards, vocals
Mark Bodossian - bass, santoor, vocals
Nicolas Tambuyser - guitars


Additional info
Recorded (1-5 of October 2004) and mixed (15-17 of October 2004) at the Lodge, Northampton.
Remastered by Skye Mastering.

Artwork by Cheryl.
Layout by Tuomo Lehtonen.

Staff review by
Undercraft

Rating:
8.5
"That's why my Lord, in your eyes I'll commit one by one the seven great sins until your righteous punishment rid me of every doubt about your existence"

A man is going to commit the seven deadly sins one by one, challenging god to punish him. By this he hopes to prove God's existence.

How do you define a sin? How do you express a sin? And more important, how do you turn a sin into a musical piece? This was the challenge Kostas and Co. (i.d. Pantheist) set for their new musical adventure. Adventure? Sure, the word fits within the unlimited boundaries of Pantheist.

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published 06.10.2005 | Comments (2)

Staff review by
DerRozzengarten

Rating:
9.0
Bands like Skepticism and Thergothon have haunted the scene of funeral doom metal and it is really difficult for someone to sound innovative and take the sound of the genre some steps further nowadays. Gladly, there are bands that are an exception to the rule and, of course, I am referring to bands like The Funeral Orchestra and Pantheist and I am here to talk about the latter band's recent album "Amartia", while the former are preparing the successor of the apocalyptic and chaotic "Feeding The Abyss".

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published 09.10.2005 | Comments (1)

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NocturnalStalker - 30.12.2012 at 18:31  
Rating: 9 One of the gems of exteme doom metal. I especially like the concept of a man provoking a wrath of god by consciously commiting seven deadly sins.
nasmith - 12.05.2013 at 04:03  
 
Written by NocturnalStalker on 30.12.2012 at 18:31

One of the gems of exteme doom metal. I especially like the concept of a man provoking a wrath of god by consciously committing seven deadly sins.


I hadn't really paid enough attention to the lyrics to think of it that way. (I probably didn't even have the attention span at the time to listen to the whole album on YouTube.) I'd just seen that it was about the Sins and that the lyrics hinted at Christianity being bullshit, which it is.

Fuck God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit up the ass for their nonexistence, so help me Science and Logic.
Mr. Doctor - 12.05.2013 at 13:42  
Rating: 8
Written by nasmith on 12.05.2013 at 04:03

Written by NocturnalStalker on 30.12.2012 at 18:31
I especially like the concept of a man provoking a wrath of god by consciously committing seven deadly sins.

I hadn't really paid enough attention to the lyrics to think of it that way.


You should, they are quite interesting and the concept is indeed about a man trying to find a proof to God's existence. The lyrics arequite obvious about it, specially in the first track:

That's why my Lord, in Your eyes I'll commit
One by one the seven gravest sins
Until Your righteous punishment shall rid me
Of every doubt about Your existence

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