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Into the Abyss

Abyssus

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 31st, 2015
Catalog ID:
MEMENTO-XLVI
Label:
Memento Mori
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 89%)
1. Into the Abyss 04:45   Show lyrics
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2. Across the Fields of Death 03:45   Show lyrics
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3. Echoes of Desolation 05:05   Show lyrics
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4. Intent to Kill 04:00   Show lyrics
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5. Revenge 02:51   Show lyrics
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6. Those of the Unholy 03:59   Show lyrics
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7. Enthrone the Insane 02:37   Show lyrics
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8. Visions of Eternal Pain 04:09   Show lyrics
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9. R.I.P. 03:32   Show lyrics
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10. The Ritual 04:39  
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Band members
Kostas Analytis Vocals, Lyrics, Songwriting (tracks 1, 2, 4)
Panos Gkourmpaliotis Guitars, Songwriting (tracks 1-10)
Costas Ragiadakos Bass
Guest/Session
Giorgos St. Guitars
Stefania Evaggelatou Vocals (track 10)
Nikos M. Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Stefania Evaggelatou Photography
César Valladares Artwork
Kostas Analytis Vocals, Lyrics, Songwriting (tracks 1, 2, 4)
Panos Gkourmpaliotis Guitars, Songwriting (tracks 1-10)
Costas Ragiadakos Bass
Giorgos St. Guitars
Stefania Evaggelatou Vocals (track 10)
Nikos M. Drums
Read Abyssus - Into the Abyss 94% Edmund Sackbauer October 20th, 2018
Read Obituary revisited with malice 83% KC December 15th, 2015

"Enthrone the Insane" was inspired by the Roman emperor Nero (37-68 A.C.)

"Across the Fields of Death" was inspired by the Charge of the light brigade during the battle of Balaclava (Crimean war) between France and Great Britain against Russia (October 25th, 1854)

"Visions of Eternal Pain" was inspired by the paranoid bombing of Piraeus from the allies (January 11th, 1944)

Recording information:

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Unreal Studios (Athens, Greece) except guitars and bass recorded at Tetraktys Studio.

Added by: GearWing Modified by: Krister Jensen
Added on: 2015-09-25 21:38:46 Last modified on: 2019-04-02 09:31:29