Endless Exile | Nocturnal

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by Endless Exile

Nocturnal is the second full-length album from Endless Exile. The music is dark and brooding mixing heavy / light vocals and music. It draws inspiration from horror, mythology, history, personal experiences and tells an interesting story.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Doom/Stoner Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Raven's Breath
3:31 $0.89
2. Shades of Gray
6:10 $0.89
3. Weeping Blood from a Rose
5:27 $0.89
4. Secrets in the Dark
6:49 $0.89
5. Nocturnal
7:09 $0.89
6. Alone, We All Die
6:37 $0.89
7. Desanguination
6:32 $0.89
8. Upon My Shallow Grave
4:56 $0.89
9. Beyond the Veil
3:38 $0.89
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Album Notes
Nocturnal is the second full length album from Endless Exile. Nocturnal is different from the first album, Bloodmoon, in a few ways. It continues the juxtaposition of heavy and light music but now adds light vocals as well as the more heavier vocals from the first album. Also, there are more lighter melodic sections in the music and vocals than there where in the first album which didn't contain any lighter vocals. However, this shift was important in accommodating the shift in subject matter in Nocturnal, as it is more personal. I don't want to talk too much about the subject matter as I feel that the listener discovering this through listening is an important part of the albums function.
Also, in comparison to the first album, Nocturnal has a darker tone to it; even though it has a bit more lighter music and vocal sections. Moving it a bit more towards alternative, doom metal territory. However, I'm usually surprised when I see the different genres that music sales outlets label it under. And as always there's symbolism and meaning behind everything I do...

Shane Davidson / Endless Exile



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