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|1.||Primordium / The Skeptic Beholder||17:15||Show lyrics|
|2.||Honoris Causa (Medius # I)||01:24|
|4.||Odi At Amo, Excrucior...||06:58||Show lyrics|
|5.||A Void Prespective (Sonata Mediana In D minor)||01:48|
|6.||A Shape of Space & Time||11:47||Show lyrics|
|7.||Ode to Helskir (Medius # II)||04:12|
|8.||In the Kingdom of Superstition||05:16||Show lyrics|
|9.||Invisible Tears (Medius # III)||03:04|
|10.||F. M. I. (Ratos de Porão cover)||01:46||Show lyrics|
|11.||Era De Noite E Levaram (José Afonso cover)||02:34||Show lyrics|
|12.||Quando Eu Morrer (Xutos & Pontapés cover)||06:11||Show lyrics|
|13.||Solstício d'Inverno / Exitus||04:05|
Sacerdos Magus - Vocals, bass, acoustic and electric guitars, drums and keystrokes.
Paulo "Nyx Sludgedweller" Vieira - Lead guitar. Both guitars & drums in "In The Kingdom Of Superstition".
Gustavo "Helskir" Vieira - Keyboards.
Ricardo "R. V." Vieira - Keyboards. Drums in "Quando Eu Morrer".
Marcos "Odium" Martins - Keyboards in "Honoris Causa (Medius # I)" & key bridges in "Primordium / The Skeptic Beholder", "Noah" & "Odi At Amo, Excrucior".
Zeto Feijão - Violin, banjo, traditional tin whistle & uilleann pipe in "Ode To Helskir (Medius # II) & "Solstício D'Inverno / Exitus".
Released in May 2013 by Pesttanz Klangschmiede from Germany in Professional CD format 1.000 copies + 100 copies digipack.
Re-released in late 2014 in the wooden box-set of 6 Pro Tapes, by Fallen-Angels Productions from South Korea limited (1st press) to 25 boxes.
Logo by Christophe Szpajdel (Bel).
This album is divided in two parts or chapters, "Capítulo I - A Arte É Longa" (Chapter I - Art is long) that is from the track 1 to 9 - the part of the original themes and "Capítulo II - A Vida É Breve" (Chapter II - Life Is Short) track 10 to 13 - the part of the cover songs, except "Solstício D'Inverno / Exitus" that's original.
That's a 14th nameless hidden track in the end with 03:07.
The theme "In The Kingdom Of Superstition" is an old song from 1996 of Sacerdos Magus, reformulated by Paulo Vieira (Nyx Sludgedweller) in 2000 for the first album of The Firstborn, "From The Past Yet To Come" and named "Titans" . Sacerdos Magus decided to resurrect the song, but he didn't wanted to use the original "Titans" lyrics written by Bruno Fernades (The Mindwalker) for The Firstborn album, so he made a new lyric version of his own track named "In The Kingdom Of Superstition".
"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis..." is latin for "The Art Is Long, Life Is Short".
04 - I Hate And Love, I Suffer...
11 - It Was Night And They Took
12 - When I Die
13 - Winter Solstice / Exit