This is an Instrumental Version of "The Third Perspective". This slightly subdued version may appeal to those who enjoy the music but who may not care for the operatic female vocals or brutal death growls that appear throughout. This version may also appeal to fans of the full version as well, because you may pick up on things musically you may not have noticed otherwise with all the vocals on top. Listen from a fresh perspective and experience the musical journey of the album in a whole new way.
"AZURE EMOTE unleashes a sonic masterpiece of musical devastation. The band’s tertiary offering is an invigorating acid trip of extreme avant-garde metal that transcends conventional boundaries. Both puzzling and poetic, the band’s elaborate music paints an abstract picture of existential nihilism, while progressing even further then their previous two albums in both musicianship and ingenuity. Step outside the proverbial “box” with AZURE EMOTE’s darkest and most powerful opus to date." – EARSPLIT PR
Featuring members of DEATH, FEAR FACTORY, MONSTROSITY, THERION, THE SINS OF THY BELOVED, DEICIDE, HATE ETERNAL, RUMPELSTILTSKIN GRINDER, VISIONS OF ATLANTIS, PYRAMAZE, PLAGUE OF STARS, YAKUZA, IMPERIAL CRYSTALLINE ENTOMBMENT, TODESBODEN, and others.
For Fans of ARCTURUS, EDGE OF SANITY, LUX OCCULTA, NEGURA BUNGET, THY CATAFALQUE, BETHLEHEM, ATHEIST, NE OBLIVISCARIS, UNEXPECT, THE PROJECT HATE, THY DISEASE, SIGH, LYKATHEA AFLAME, IN-QUEST, KHONSU, KARTIKEYA, ALCHEMIST, MITHRAS and others.
Azure Emote is a Misanthropic Avant-garde Death Metal project created in 2003 by Mike Hrubovcak. It was formed as an
experimental musical outlet to express personal negativity without the genre limitations often present within Extreme Metal. Azure Emote incorporates a wide spectrum of prominent guest musicians, Instruments and musical styles to give each song it’s own unique sound....more
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My entry to Unreqvited and a gateway for a rekindling of interest in Black Metal. This album is frigid like the gorgeous album art and artfully maintains a consistent thread of melancholy throughout. Highly recommended. Lloyd James