Statherian - The Ocean - Precambrian

6 thoughts on “ Statherian - The Ocean - Precambrian ”

  1. Gardall says:
    supported by 20 fans who also own “Precambrian” Truly a one of a kind journey through various metaphorical depths. Within the overarching framework of seasonal transition and decay there is an introspective dissection of the psyche itself.
  2. Faugul says:
    May 26,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Ocean - Precambrian at Discogs. Complete your The Ocean collection/5().
  3. Gardam says:
    The album concept follows the classification of geologic ages during the "Precambrian" period. Every song that is not an instrumental has two titles: a primary one that refers to a geologic age and a secondary one that is derived from the lyrics/5(20).
  4. Mikagrel says:
    Jan 17,  · The Ocean have proved to be one of the most raw, haunting, epic metal bands I've ever had the privilege of hearing. "Aolian" is a 5 star album, and "Precambrian" is even better. Brutal, stirring, intense, dark, edgy, raw, moving, aggressive, and disturbingly beautiful. Buy it/5(13).
  5. Fenrisar says:
    The Ocean Collective) is a progressive metal band started in in Berlin, Germany by guitarist Robin Staps. However, the first stable line-up was formed only in during recording sessions of Heliocentric and Anthropocentric.
  6. Neshura says:
    Although they're best known as the Ocean, this Berlin, Germany, outfit's original name is perhaps more fitting -- the Ocean Collective-- as they are a hefty eight members britpop.kalkisnilalmeenawhisperbringer.infoinfo on the group's release, Precambrian, the Ocean continue to specialize in a hard-hitting approach that touches upon such similar styles as extreme metal and doom metal.8/

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