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Poems for the Aching, Swords for the Infuriated

Animus

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 21st, 2005
Catalog ID:
amr 001
Label:
Ars Magna Recordings
Format:
CD
Reviews:
8 reviews (avg. 69%)
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Golan Weiss All instruments, Vocals
Read Simple Yet Powerful 91% Nokturnal_Wrath September 28th, 2013
Read Exists in a singular,... 99% MutantClannfear January 16th, 2013
Read Feels overstretched and... 40% oneyoudontknow December 22nd, 2012
Read Wildly inconsistent, but... 50% caspian July 19th, 2008
Read Poems to Roll Your Eyes At 50% WinterBliss January 16th, 2008
Read I defecate on that one 25% Human666 May 27th, 2007
Read Possesses melancholy beauty... 97% NausikaDalazBlindaz January 3rd, 2007
Read Everyone can just stop now 100% Noktorn September 18th, 2006

There is no tracklist with the album, nor are there any liner notes. On the back of the jewel case are the words "Six and the one self".

Inside the inlay card:
"In Memoriam

Honoring the collective of souls who nobly chose the asceticism of creation in favor of their fragile human existence

And with this... We celebrate our mortality and endless being"

On the rear of the inlay card:
"Animus is none and nothing but sheer artistic devotion

No words, no musical notes -- emotions"

The lyrics on the second track are in Hebrew, and are taken from Ecclesiastes 1, lines 2-18.
The lyrics on the third track are from "Home They Brought Her Warrier Dead...", a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson.

Added by: Maldoror666 Modified by: MutantClannfear
Added on: 2005-08-19 10:38:35 Last modified on: 2014-06-21 01:33:49
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