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01. Aeon Sable
- Aether
02. Amorphis
- Queen Of Time
03. Atrium Carceri
- Codex
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- Eonian
05. Behemoth
- I Loved You At Your Darkest
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- Waiting For The Endless Dawn
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AMENRA - New Video Released

Belgium based sludge/doom metal outfit Amenra have teamed up with top fashion photographer Willy Vanderperre, and director of photography, Nicolas Karakatsanis, the visual masterminds behind the reins of a video which features the band stripped of all but their own selves. Everything is shown in just released a stunningly personal thirteen-minute-long video for their epic track, "À Mon Âme".  Vanderperre has worked with a startling array of individuals, from Kate Moss to Kanye West, but his encounter with Amenra sees both parties break formation to form a hesitant, powerful and revealing union. The video, set to "À Mon Âme," from their most recent album, Mass V, may not be what you have come to expect from the cult crafters of discordance, but what are Amenra if not masters of defying expectation?
Amenra's Colin H Van Eeckhout commented about the collaboration: "It is not at all like the sort of visuals we usually present; it is more a case study, or a visual interpretation of the band, a little piece of concept art, if you will. The idea they [Willy Vanderperre and director of photography Nicolas Karakatsanis] had was stripping us of everything we had - 'what if we took it all away from them?', 'what if we took them from their comfort zone?'. No shadows or darkness to hide in, dark imagery, props or metaphors or symbols to use. Compare it to what we sometimes or mostly do with our music - stick to the mere necessary, take a minimalistic approach of a whole. What do we really need? To create a certain 'feeling' of emotion. For us, it was an extremely interesting cooperation. We normally keep our guard extremely high, never give something out of our hands, to keep it as close to our skin as humanly possible - that's exactly what they did as well, literally...It was awkward, uneasy, and very confronting for us to see, yet one of the most interesting things we did lately, and an honor for us to be working with such talented and inspiring people. 'Under a watchtower of punishing light.'" Watch the 13 minutes long video below.
Amenra is also gearing up for two split releases on Consouling Sound, due for release this Summer. Each album will present an incarnation of the band, together with a sometimes surprising, but always compelling counterpart band. For a split 10" album with Eleanora, Amenra is offering "À mon Âme (live)" and for a split 10" album with Treha Sektori, Amenra decided to re-interpret "À mon Âme" and create an atmospheric ambient piece called "Trahn." Additionally, My Proud Mountain is gearing up to release Live II - Amenra's second live CD and first live 2xLP - featuring live audio from their Mass V release show last year, mixed and mastered by Billy Anderson. The band will also embark on an European Tour, including some festival appearances, starting on 4th April in Club - Rouen, France. Link

Amenra: A Mon Âme on Nowness.com