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Between the Two Eternities

by Anubis Spire

Eleven new compositions that take the listener on a return voyage to the band's instrumental roots
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Antahkarana
4:23 $0.99
2. Everything Is Temporary
1:23 $0.99
3. Between the Two Eternities
7:38 $0.99
4. Zep Tepi
6:20 $0.99
5. As Though We Had Wings
4:27 $0.99
6. Dvapara
5:38 $0.99
7. The Releasing Tree
4:21 $0.99
8. The Legacy
8:47 $0.99
9. It's a Brand New Day
4:31 $0.99
10. The Eternal Return
5:29 $0.99
11. Grief Is a House That Disappears
6:22 $0.99
12. Bonus Track (Doctor Memory Z.T. Remix)
6:22 $0.99
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Album Notes
ANUBIS SPIRE was formed new years day 1998 after an chance jam session the night before. Made up of musical veterans who wanted to write and play music in the mid-seventies style of such bands as Led Zeppelin, Mahavishnu Orchestra, etc., the band set about melding it's various influences and adding a heavy dose of world and ethnic sounds and a 90's twist to the mix. The debut CD-OLD LIONS(in the world of snarling sheep) was recorded in a barn, on an antiquated 8 track almost entirely live.

In the last seventeen years they've released numerous albums and contributed soundtracks for various film projects and documentary DVD releases.

The current line up consists of Bill MacKechnie, on guitars, David James Sweet, on Keyboards, Tim Costley, on bass, Fred DeRuvo, on drums, Marlon Kempmann, on multi-instruments, Jim Rustemeyer and Kerrin Johansen, on electronics and various instruments and voices.

BETWEEN THE TWO ETERNITIES marks a return to the instrumental beginnings of the band.



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Kevin Koerber

Very Powerful And Soaring!
If you enjoy listening to instrumental music like I do, then you are in for a treat with the latest release from Bill MacKechnie and Anubis Spire. They really deliver the goods on Between The Two Eternities. The title track is a sonic masterpiece with the guitar soaring above the music. The Releasing Tree is a very fresh and different sounding track from the band. The drums really drive It's A Brand New Day. This is a very rocking track! The Eternal Return is very relaxing sounding but very powerful with only guitars to take the listener on a musical journey. My favorite track though, is the very powerful anthem like, Grief Is A House That Disappears. Bill's guitar really shines here. You should pick this one up right now! You will not be disappointed!

Sam Lacey

Sweeping, Majestic, And Ethereal
I have been a fan of instrumental guitar music for many years. The type of people that can listen to Frank Zappa's "Shut Up And Play Yer Guitar", or Jim Campilongo's "Dream Dictionary" or the dreamy pyrotechnics of the Late, great Jimi Hendrix will absorb the exotic sounds of Anubis Spire like a thirsty sponge. Bill MacKechnie , can make a guitar speak to the listener through the sweeping, fluid leads he pulls out of the instrument, with tones that range from dense and fuzzy to shimmering notes with Crystalline cascading clarity. Ably backed by his fellow band mates Dave Sweet, Tim Costley, and Fred DeRuvo (Keyboards Bass And Drums, the music on this album is not so much an aural soundtrack as it is a mind movie. The tones and dense melodies AS weaves are hypnotic and tense one minute, and beautiful and relaxing the next. You may see, in your minds eye, sandstorms or Arctic winds, and the next, sunshine in a warm meadow. Great music is evocative, and appeals to more than sensory reception, it touches emotions and feelings. Truly Bill is one of the great contemporary guitarists today, stubbornly independent with a singular vision. Highly Recommended for those who love the road not just less traveled with a soaring spirit.

"Beyond the Two Eternities" by Anubis Spire

Wonderful Album!!!
the latest album from Anubis Spire "Beyond the Two Eternities" is one of their best yet!! excellent and inventive playing from their founder and veteran lead/rhythm guitarist and primary songwriter Bill MacKechnie ranges from melodic/ballad style, to esoteric world/jazz/fusion, to straight up blistering rock and roll... there are also excellent contributions from keyboardist David James Sweet, who adds a prog rock element to the album on his songs "Zepi Tepi" and "The Legacy", Jim Rustmeyer and Kerrin Johansen for their beautiful ambient electro track "The Releasing Tree" , as well as fantastic drum work from the newest Anubis Spire member Fred de Ruvo... he and MacKechnie have an excellent musical chemistry and they have a similar feeling and sound on some of the songs, to the work of Mahavishnu Orchestra and the interplay betweenJohn McLaughlin Billy Cobham, while still remaining original and having their own musical voice.
there is a wide range of music on this album and i believe there's something for everyone, but it's "All Killer and no Filler" also, special kudos going out to Marlon Kempmann for doing an excellent job on mastering the album! this is one of their best yet and a MUST HAVE for any fan of Anubis Spire!!