Ordo Equitum Solis | Metamorphosis - Personam Impono

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Metamorphosis - Personam Impono

by Ordo Equitum Solis

An astonishing journey into great emotions. Mystic, intimate, intense.
Genre: Pop: Dark Wave
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  Song Share Time Download
1. L'uomo Di Vermi
9:05 album only
2. Ave Bacchus
5:00 album only
3. Tomorrow Cries
4:19 album only
4. Instrumental
7:26 album only
5. The Cursed Sings Its Song
4:53 album only
6. Oblivion
5:26 album only
7. Empty Space
4:58 album only
8. Leave Me Alone
3:43 album only
9. Reprise
3:42 album only
10. The Last Hopes In Me
6:14 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
“ … One of the most respected “esoteric folk” international bands… includes dark symphonies (L’uomo di vermi), romantic acoustic ballads (Tomorrow Cries), refined and fresh classic-style interludes (Instrumental), and mystic songs (The Cursed sings its song) without the typical snobbery of the genre. Definitely not only “heavenly vocals”…” Vittore Baroni, Rumore n°101, 06/2000

“… Complex and rare, the album seems to outlay a turning point into the band’s creative evolution, that proves that it would be quite a mistake to reduce it to mere dark folk..” “The album of the band’s maturity or not? Metamorphosis is in any case a perfect success” Yannick Blay, Elegy n°11 07/08 2000

“… while listening to 'Instrumental', themes like Mike Oldfield’s The Killing Field comes to my mind, a very intense moment… ? 'The Cursed sings its song' is a pearl of rare beauty, 'The last hopes in me' is magnificent, once again Leithana’s sweet and melancholic voice takes us to an enchanted garden of feelings…” Flavio Furlan, Ascension n°1

“… intimacy, mysticism, quietness, melancholy. If to this we add a band as OES the result is fantastic.” Padre Alberto, Maldoror n°13, 02/2001

“… from the heavy dramatic atmosphere pervading 'L’uomo di vermi', the dreamy folk of 'Ave Bacchus' and the captivating elegy of 'Tomorrow Cries', to the imaginative electronic layers of the ultra-evocative 'The Cursed sings its song'….. Another journey by OES between legend and real life, that charms and cherishes the spirit…” Aldo Chimenti, Rockerilla n°237, 05/2000



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