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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2018



01. Aeon Sable
- Aether
02. Amorphis
- Queen Of Time
03. Atrium Carceri
- Codex
04. Dimmu Borgir
- Eonian
05. Behemoth
- I Loved You At Your Darkest
06. The Eternal
- Waiting For The Endless Dawn
07. MGT
- Gemini Nyte
08. Primordial
- Exile Amongst The Ruins
09. Khôrada
- Salt
10. Immortal
- Northern Chaos Gods

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EYE OF SOLITUDE & FALL - Split EP Out In September And Now Available For Streaming

Two of Europe's most promising next-gen funeral doom metal bands, Eye Of Solitude and Faal have joined forces for a split EP of epic proportions. The untitled EP, which features a previously unreleased track from each band that will forever remain exclusive to this split, will be offered as a three-panel deluxe digiSleeve CD and digital download. The CD version is strictly limited to 500 collectors-edition copies that includes a series of photos from French photographer Animalerrant. Kaotoxin Records will release this untitled split EP on 18th September and can be purchased alone or as part of the "Eye Of Solitude CD pack", which includes the Canto III and Sui Caedere albums, along with the Dear Insanity EP. Pre-orders are now available at this location. The split EP is now already available for streaming and you can hear the whole thing in the player below.
Eye Of Solitude's contribution, the aptly-titled funeral march "Obsequies", is the stylistic missing link between their future classic Canto III album (which was included on numerous 'Best of 2013' lists) and last year's single-track, 50-minute monster "Dear Insanity". This is funeral doom/death at its finest. Faal's "Shattered Hope" sees the Netherlands-based unit blends elements of old-school doom with contemporary gothic/dark metal for monstrous results. Link