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Ash of Eden | The God Complex

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The God Complex

by Ash of Eden

The New Hit Album! This is a Concept album featuring Thundering drums, Punchy Bass, Grinding guitars ,and powerful vocals that tell the tale of Eden, a man with an ill-fated destiny in a tale bigger then himself!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Pop-Metal
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1. Heaven
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2. Love Labours None
3:53 $0.99
3. A True Hero Speaks
0:18 album only
4. The Chill Cascade
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5. Demons Run
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6. Into the Night
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7. Approaching the God Complex
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Album Notes
Back at you in 2015! Ash Of Eden is once again rising from the ashes to bring you hard rock with a tinge of metal! Sporting catchy hooks, thundering drums, powerful riffs, and a beat you can break an arm to They're sure to win you over, and defeat any evil space squids that come their way!

Alex Rivers - Vocals
James Whiteside - Guitar
Seth Facundo - Bass
Josh White - Drums

Ladies, and Gentlemen...we bring you The End! A world where all stories go to die. In this decaying world heroes, villains and all the inbetweens from every story ever written try to make a life for themselves at the end, but they don't realize they are all existing within the embattled mind of one man. Eden, a man whose fate rests in a perilous balance between madness, and a blank slate. Eden is a young man wrongfully institutionalized for delusions at Asylum where he views the world between bars, and a television screen. Internalizing everything, he sees his doctors ,and orderlies as evil figures bent on changing who he is for the sake of their view of "normalcy". They're influence has begun spreading in the guise of the gods of every written religion with each "therapy session" ,and The End has begun degrading as a result of these evil beings. Can Eden save this living metaphor of his uniqueness?

The story is told through a mixture of original music, sound clips, and ambiance bouncing from things he's witnessing on television to the events unfolding in his own head.



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