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FOR FANS OF: ENSLAVED, GOJIRA, THE OCEAN & (EARLY) OPETH.The dichotomy change/evolution is ever present when you're an artist. When it comes to music - and specially extreme music - the maelstrom of influences you're constantly exposed to (both inbound and outbound) make you move forward every single day. And this is where the dichotomy comes in... Are you a different person when you wake up each day or just a more evolved version of your yesterday self?Tersivel's new record, "To The Orphic Void", is such an album to propose exactly the same question. The Argentinian/Swedish band has been morphing it's genre approach from power/symphonic metal to folk inspired death metal and back, in a handful of releases since 2005, including two full-length albums, two EPs and a split release. And yet, the changes/evolution you can find in this new set of songs are something unexpected, even for a trio which has been using their fans to expect the unexpected."I think it is simply our way of growing old, our way of stretching ourselves through time with honesty", guitarist and vocalist Lian Gerbino says. "In my case, I just want to use my time on Earth to improve on the things I care for. Is that evolution or change? Or both? Or none? I don't know. In this sense, music comes like a bridge between our previous self and the current one. And it will provide a bridge to our future self as well".
FOR FANS OF: ENSLAVED, GOJIRA, THE OCEAN & (EARLY) OPETH.The dichotomy change/evolution is ever present when you're an artist. When it comes to music - and specially extreme music - the maelstrom of influences you're constantly exposed to (both inbound and outbound) make you move forward every single day. And this is where the dichotomy comes in... Are you a different person when you wake up each day or just a more evolved version of your yesterday self?Tersivel's new record, "To The Orphic Void", is such an album to propose exactly the same question. The Argentinian/Swedish band has been morphing it's genre approach from power/symphonic metal to folk inspired death metal and back, in a handful of releases since 2005, including two full-length albums, two EPs and a split release. And yet, the changes/evolution you can find in this new set of songs are something unexpected, even for a trio which has been using their fans to expect the unexpected."I think it is simply our way of growing old, our way of stretching ourselves through time with honesty", guitarist and vocalist Lian Gerbino says. "In my case, I just want to use my time on Earth to improve on the things I care for. Is that evolution or change? Or both? Or none? I don't know. In this sense, music comes like a bridge between our previous self and the current one. And it will provide a bridge to our future self as well".
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To The Orphic Void
Artist: Tersivel
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. She
2. Weeping Iron Tears
3. Moving on
4. The Ferryman
5. Shivering Deadly Cold
6. Transmigration of the Soul

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FOR FANS OF: ENSLAVED, GOJIRA, THE OCEAN & (EARLY) OPETH.The dichotomy change/evolution is ever present when you're an artist. When it comes to music - and specially extreme music - the maelstrom of influences you're constantly exposed to (both inbound and outbound) make you move forward every single day. And this is where the dichotomy comes in... Are you a different person when you wake up each day or just a more evolved version of your yesterday self?Tersivel's new record, "To The Orphic Void", is such an album to propose exactly the same question. The Argentinian/Swedish band has been morphing it's genre approach from power/symphonic metal to folk inspired death metal and back, in a handful of releases since 2005, including two full-length albums, two EPs and a split release. And yet, the changes/evolution you can find in this new set of songs are something unexpected, even for a trio which has been using their fans to expect the unexpected."I think it is simply our way of growing old, our way of stretching ourselves through time with honesty", guitarist and vocalist Lian Gerbino says. "In my case, I just want to use my time on Earth to improve on the things I care for. Is that evolution or change? Or both? Or none? I don't know. In this sense, music comes like a bridge between our previous self and the current one. And it will provide a bridge to our future self as well".
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