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Nonexistence : Nihil



b>Nonexistence is the brainchild of Philip Santol, and in order to avoid any confusion there is no relation to the Seattle based deathsters Non-Existence. Santol has labeled his band cosmic, doom, black metal and he couldn’t be more accurate in his description. The music is mature, majestic, epic and atmospheric. The best band to compare Nonexistence with is Bal-Sagoth or maybe Septic Flesh during the ’A Fallen Temple’ era.

The production is nothing less than perfect. Add in the fact that every song is extremely well worked and this is one of the best debut albums ever. I could go on praising this album but I prefer to stop typing and listen to it again.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

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Tracklist :
1. A Myriad Of Dead Stars
2. Descending Horizons
3. Twilight Inferno
4. Reflections Of Emptiness
5. De Nihilo Nihil
6. Serenity
7. Fallen Apart
8. Sirius
9. Ekpyrosis Suicide
10. Metastability

Duration : Approx. 51 minutes.

Visit the Nonexistence bandpage.

Reviewed on 14-06-2009 by Dimitris Plastiras
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