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The Pledge

by Miroist

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Kenny McGalem
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Kenny McGalem For a one-man band, Miroist delivers a remarkably well-refined djenty metal effort! The Pledge exemplifies powerful groove and masterful melodic instrumentation; every track flows with ardent ferocity, pummeling the listener. "Non decipies me, fortuna" opens with undeniable impactful force, whereas "He had been in old in the beginning; but he was saved" closes with incisive and beautiful melodies. Miroist once again demonstrates extraordinary technical skill and unique talents; I want more! :) Favorite track: ii ; Schopenhauer's Fallacy.
Gaëtan Marquer
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Gaëtan Marquer Impressive compositions, progressive and intricate songs with a strong energy, strong identity.
One of the best djent/moder prog band I've heard, honestly. Favorite track: ii ; Schopenhauer's Fallacy.
Wesley Thrailkill
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Wesley Thrailkill atmospheric, super tight, dank Favorite track: ii ; Schopenhauer's Fallacy.
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    A full suite of artwork is included, curated by upcoming concept artist Chris J Lees and inspired by the three tracks on the EP, as well as a high-res special edition digital poster.
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Debut EP from Miroist. This EP was self-funded, recorded and released, and proceeds go directly to the artist.


released April 17, 2012

Creature concept, design and artwork by Chris J Lees. tfiabsoacf.blogspot.co.uk


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Progressive metal post-something from London.

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