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Infernal

by Phideaux

This album is the conclusion to a dystopian trilogy started with Doomsday Afternoon. It's conceptual art rock with a hint of psychedelia and doom, well played, excellent production and male/female vocals. Eclectic, melodic and challenging.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Cast out and Cold
5:32 album only
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2. The Error Lives On
7:15 album only
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3. Crumble
0:56 album only
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4. Inquisitor
8:21 album only
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5. We Only Have Eyes for You
4:00 album only
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6. Sourdome
1:31 album only
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7. The Walker
4:39 album only
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8. Wake the Sleeper
1:30 album only
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9. C99
3:24 album only
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10. Tumbleweed
4:58 album only
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11. The Order of Protection (One)
4:35 album only
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12. Metro Deathfire
4:58 album only
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13. Transit
1:14 album only
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14. In Dissonance We Play
2:49 album only
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15. The Sleepers Wake
5:22 album only
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16. The Order of Protection (Two)
4:33 album only
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17. From Hydrogen to Love
14:04 album only
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18. Eternal
5:46 album only
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19. Endgame - An End
3:29 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Double the Doom, Twice the Fun

U.S. based artist Phideaux Xavier makes his long awaited return from a seven year hiatus with Infernal. The much anticipated
release is a double album of fear, terror, and perhaps a ray of hope.

Infernal is the final installment of Phideaux’s trilogy of albums that began in 2006 with The Great Leap. The second installment, Doomsday Afternoon, was a bombastic and complex opus, utilizing a 12 piece section of
the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra among a bevy of other musicians, old and new. Released in 2007, Doomsday garnered the attention of the progressive rock communities in the US and Europe. The many accolades
and increasing interest led to invitations for Phideaux to play various festivals, such as RoSfest (US), Summer’s End (UK), Crescendo (France), and Terra Incognita (Canada).

While Phideaux has released other albums since Doomsday Afternoon (Number Seven, Snowtorch), Infernal returns to the stunning artwork and musical DNA from which the first two albums in the trilogy were created. The singular "eco terror tale" continues with Infernal. Cryptic, melodic, mysterious and frightening, this new release is all one might hope to
find within Phideaux’s new double creation. Infernal is "the end we saw begin”. At last.

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