.existence by Once Upon A Winter

2018-02-26 05:38:47 UTC

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Once Upon A Winter is a solo post-rock/post-metal project from Greece, created by Ilias Kakanis. 2017 was the year that the debut album "Selective depression in chase of the Big Bang" was released. One year later, on February 2018, the second album was released.

.existence is the second studio album of the project. Heavier and darker than its predecessor, .existence still aims to create haunting atmospheres, with elements of classical strings, ambient and heavy guitars.

Track List

  • I've seen the skies shatter - 05:25 info 
  • In the chronicles of mediocre egos - 08:02 info 
  • Cognitive dissonance - 03:42 info 
  • Unsettling minds climax in the darkest hours - 06:43 info 
  • Purple Midas - 09:37 

Genre : blackgaze, experimental, rock, instrumental, post, greece, post-metal, post-rock, prog

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