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Decipher - Decipher flac album

MP3 1792 mb. | FLAC 1119 mb. | WMA 1598 mb.

Performer: Decipher
Title: Decipher
Released: 2017
Style: Techno
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.6 ✦

Decipher is the second album by Dutch symphonic metal band After Forever, released in 2001. In this album, the band make use of live classical instruments and a complete choir to back up the soprano voice of lead singer Floor Jansen. Thrown in the mix are also a duet of soprano and tenor voices in "Imperfect Tenses" and the recording of the late Israeli PM Yizhak Rabin voice during the Peace treaty signing ceremony on October 26, 1994 on "Forlorn Hope".

Erscheinungsdatum 27 Mai 2001. Labels Transmission Records. Musik GenreSymphonic Heavy. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen287. 2. Monolith of Doubt.

After Forever ‎– Decipher. Label: Transmission Records ‎– TM-029. Country: Netherlands. Released: 27 May 2001. I know a green disc version of this album exists. As far as I know everything but the colour of the plastic is identical. Reply Notify me Helpful.

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Decipher, Mysen, Norway. Extreme Metal Sebastian Kjeserud, Lead Guitar Lars-Erik Duserud, Drums Helge Myrvang, Guitar & Vocals. We are sad to announce that our good friend and bass player Kenneth is parting ways with us. He has been a big contribution to our band for a year and a half, and his personality, sound and stage presence will be missed. We wish him all the best! Decipher. 18 March ·. Rehearsing new material Filmed by the one and only Kenneth Tømte. 6 March ·. Motstøyfestivalen 2006 Notodden, Norway.

This album has an average beat per minute of 126 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.

After Forever's second album, 2001's Decipher, saw the Dutch sextet making great strides toward developing a distinctive and personal sound, and it vaulted them to the very forefront of Europe's operatic metal scene to boot.

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