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The Obsidian Conspiracy
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Category: Power Metal
Label: Century Media
Catalog Number: 9979812
Warrel Dane lead vocals|
Jeff Loomis guitar
Jim Sheppard bass
Van Williams drums
|1. ||The Termination Proclamation ||3:12|
|2. ||Your Poison Throne ||3:54|
|3. ||Moonrise (Through Mirrors of Death) ||4:03|
|4. ||And the Maiden Spoke ||5:00|
|5. ||Emptiness Unobstructed ||4:39|
|6. ||The Blue Marble and the New Soul ||4:41|
|7. ||Without Morals ||4:19|
|8. ||The Day You Built the Wall ||4:23|
|9. ||She Comes in Colors ||5:34|
|10. ||The Obsidian Conspiracy ||5:16|
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|Total Running Time:|| 45:01|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 9, 2013 at 17:07|
|After the over-the-top speed and complexity and riffs-from-all-directions of This Godless endeavor, The Obsidian Conspiracy seems restrained and stripped-down by comparison. A lot of people compared it to Politics Of Ecstasy, but to me, it reminds more of Dead Heart In A Dead World. I find the odd-numbered tracks here are the best, although the disc-closing title track is great as well. Overall, not my favorite Nevermore album, but as it stands, looks to be the band's swan song.
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