Equimanthorn "A Fifth Conjuration"

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For First time in Professioanl Compact Disk.

Members:

Equitant: Unseen Voices, Synthesizers, Effects, Percussives & Lyrical Magic(k)

Devamitra: Voices from the Underworld, Synthesizers, Effects, Sampling, Bows, Drums, Exorcism & Lyrical Magic(k)

Woyzek: Additional Synthesizers, Effects, Saxophone & Ritual Percussives

Marc Merinee: Synthesizers & Effects

ArkanumX: Synthesizers & Effects

Jhon Longshaw: Synthesizers & Effects

Tracks 1-2: Recorded by Equitant at Agurak Studios (San Antonio, Texas) June - July 2008 and October - December 2010

Tracks 3-7: Recorded by Devamitra at Dental One Studios (Vantaa, Finland) December 2007 and March 2008

Tracks 8-9: Recorded by Marc Merinee at Protea Studios (Barcelona, Spain) November 2007

Tracks 10-11: Recorded by ArkanumX (Arkane) at DRG Studios (Athens, Greece) May 2007

Tracks 12: Recorded by Jhon Longshaw at Arcana

Arcanorum Studios (Salt Lake City, Utah) April 2007
Mastering by Equitant @ Agurak Studios (January 2011) | Cover design by Equitant | Logo Illustration by Equitant
Executive production: Black Montanas/Metalhit | Copyright Black Montanas/Metalhit 2011 Licensed by Tyrannus Records 2015

Magicians Note:
Most are bewildered and some have protested concerning the esotericism of Equimanthorn, Presuming our extraneous song titles and writings to be no more than mysterious obliquity. While sensible to its creators, our writings have long been misunderstood or simply unintelligible to most. "A Fifth Conjuration" transcends any mystical balderdash with a decisive and intentional approach: realigning the senses with their most natural state in the nervous system through the aid of sound. In this, our Fifth Conjuration, you will engage a journey of the slight and subtle. Where the senses may become aware of the silence from which sounds emerge and the spaciousness that resides between thought and stillness.
"When the seventh day arrived..." Dalkhu Zilittu 2011
These recorded efforts should only be listened to under the influence of candlelight
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