by The Zenith Passage

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Joel I already owned the CD, but I preferred this digital version because the tracks don't transition into each other. The fact I thought it was totally worth picking up copies in 2 different formats has to say something. If you're a fan of technical/progressive death metal, then do yourself a favour and check out this bonkers album from the future. Favorite track: Deus Deceptor.
Jonas Gleitz
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Jonas Gleitz Unreal Tech Death. It is the new Planetary Duality. Maybe it even transcends it. Favorite track: Deus Deceptor.
Ben Dudai
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Ben Dudai This album really took me by suprise. I wasn't expecting to love it as much as i do. Great band that's really coming into something special with this album. don't hesitate...this shit is the real deal. Favorite track: Deus Deceptor.
Denny Denny Breakfast
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Denny Denny Breakfast While Zenith Passage is definitly pushing boundries of tech death, they remain connected to classic death elements and aesthetic quite well. The first time I heard the first riff "Deus Deceptor" I was reminded of the days of metal in the mid 90s in which I started liking metal in the first place. Favorite track: Deus Deceptor.
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Across forty minutes of music, THE ZENITH PASSAGE examines the idea of solipsism, a philosophical theory that the self is all that can be known to exist, anything else outside of one’s own mind is uncertain. THE ZENITH PASSAGE builds upon this foundation, expanding into themes of nonexistence and a computer-generated fictional reality experienced by all of humanity. Solipsist demands that listeners join the band on their voyage to explore the unsettlingly complex and improbable world they’ve uncovered in this bold experiment, this gut-wrenching visceral transmission of disturbing intellectual revelation.

Solipsist includes a guest vocal appearance by Fallujah’s Alex Hofmann, a guitar solo by Wes Hauch (ex-The Faceless) who also co-wrote a portion of seventh cut, “Hypnagogia,” a synth solo by Vikram Shankar and cover art by Ken Sarafin (Skinless, The Kennedy Veil, Archspire et al).


released April 15, 2016



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