Static Evolution

by Atrium

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insioni
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insioni Never was a fan of countless djent works going from instrumental to adding vocals, but the effort in this really really shows - and paid off immensely. The vocals are probably the best I've come across so far. 11/10 Favorite track: Truth Among Enemies.
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Declan Murphy This album is an incredible work of art that tells a very interesting story. The instrumentals and vocals are unique and phenomenal. Favorite track: Perfecting The Obsession.
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Reassessing the legitimacy of the world in which we live and unraveling the reasons for the things happening in it, he has unintentionally become aware of a greater truth that cannot be unseen. A paradox has been discreetly constructed along with misinformation, misdirection and distractions which have been set in place to govern and control the masses, feeding them a constant stream of ignorance to maintain idleness –


Guest artists (in order of appearance):

Joni Fuller (tracks 1, 5 and 12) www.jonifuller.com
Jacob Porter (tracks 2 and 12) www.stateofillusionmusic.com/band
Ilias Michailakis (tracks 3, 5 and 11) www.facebook.com/eldameldovoice/
Slick Sax (track 4) www.facebook.com/SlickSax/
Nick Mavromatis (track 4) www.facebook.com/nickmavromatis.productions/
Renato San (track 6) www.facebook.com/renatosan
Naveed Stone (track 7) www.facebook.com/inlovingmemorymetal/
Richard Blumenthal (track 8) blumenmusic.bandcamp.com
Joey Varela (track 9) www.facebook.com/Varsityofficialnyc/
Justin Bonitz (track 9) hungrylights.bandcamp.com
Denis Roth (track 10) theirdogswereastronauts.bandcamp.com

Everything else by Vince O. at Atriumusic Productions.

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released June 20, 2017

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Atrium Provo, Utah

This instrumental solo-project called Atrium began in 2001 as a bedroom DIY project.

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Track Name: Hapax
Lyrics by Renato San:

Sitting on his cardboard throne
Neglecting the last wars he has lost
Oh, the people passing by… must all someday recognize

Beyond the reign of men
Who live to serve and pay with dreams of bigger castles built in the sand

We are, in no man’s land
A crowned head has never seen such simpler richness

The loneliest of men, but king of his own existence
A sovereign of faith
A man who’d never make his brothers kneel in reverence, no

He’s never meet his prince or princess
His queen is lost and should never been found

The loneliest of men, a soul who’s never known resistance

His gods were taken away
He prays to hands that’ll give the signs that would chop off his head…

The loneliest…

There he lies
By night he'd have closed his eyes but still be wide awake

His dreams and hopes
Are nothing but just ghosts of light that fill his nightmares

There he lies
Destroyed inside
His reign of life will now end

Just thrown aside
Along with the dark of night
He'll soon just fade away