Aeon Zen | Inveritas

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Inveritas

by Aeon Zen

The perfect blend of modern metal, complex song structures with a broad range of styles and melodic & catchy vocals.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Rebel Theory
5:56 album only
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2. The First and Only Line
5:46 album only
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3. Another Piece That Fits
8:01 album only
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4. The Last Alive
8:22 album only
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5. The Treachery of Images
4:42 album only
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6. Disconnected
6:47 album only
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7. The World Without Sky
7:05 album only
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8. Inveritas
5:00 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Aeon Zen is a band that is defined by the contrast of opposing musical ideas and creativity. Merging modern metal with complex song structures and a broad range of styles, Inveritas contains just as many hooks as it is complex, with songwriting always being at the forefront. The album explores diverse lyrical themes ranging from domestic violence to video games, but brings them together to create a cohesive yet stimulating album.

Founding member, Rich Hinks, also produces and plays with Canadian thrash metal titans Annihilator and brings this expertise to Inveritas through both his playing and production. It is the first Aeon Zen album to be written collectively by all band members and also features the talents of Vadim Pruzhanov from DragonForce on the album’s title track, showing how different points of view and diverse musical opinions can be used to make Aeon Zen’s strongest statement to date.

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