Theli - Slipcase CD

THERION
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Art. Nr.:
75333
Release: 09.09.2022
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Band THERION
Release Date Sep 9, 2022
Genre Death Metal, Symphonic Metal
Edition Re-Release, Re-Issue
Packaging Slipcase
Number 1

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One of the most essential Symphonic Metal album ever! The glorious album that marked a new era for Therion.

Remastered for massive impact by Toneshed Studio (Trouble, Pestilence, Dead Head) 

Comes as a jewelcase with full booklet in a silver laminated slipcase, featuring the original artwork.

More than 25 years after the release their legendary fifth album, “Theli”, the seminal album will be available on deluxe CD once again via Hammerheart Records! Today, “Theli” is considered formative in the symphonic and operatic metal genres - incorporating choir and classical instruments and contributing immensely to the breakthrough of Therion, all the while being a release that the band themselves considered a defiant departure from their standard ways.

Opening track “To Mega Therion”, still a fixture of the band’s live shows, emerges as top-class with its influential guitar lines, complex structures, a constant flux of varying lead vocals and choral elements. Throughout the whole album, Therion showcases how classical music and metal soundscapes can coexist: balancing driving harshness and withdrawn, atmospheric passages, growls by famous musician and producer Dan Swanö and soaring choir, as well as keyboard and guitar. “Theli” is an undisputed all time classic highly acclaimed by fans and critics, delving into a sound that shaped the evolving symphonic metal genre to come.

 

TRACKLIST

1. Preludium
2. To Mega Therion
3. Cults of the Shadows
4. In the Desert of Set
5. Interludium
6. Nightside of Eden
7. Opus Eclipse
8. Invocation of Naamah
9. The Siren of the Woods
10. Grande Finale / Postludium