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PROMETHEUS, SYMPHONIA IGNIS DIVINUS

Rhapsody (of Fire)

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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Nova Genesis (Ad Splendorem Angeli Triumphantis) (3:08)
2. Il Cigno Nero (4:08)
3. Rosenkreuz (The Rose and The Cross) (4:34)
4. Anahata (5:03)
5. Il Tempo Degli Dei (5:03)
6. One Ring To Rule Them All (7:05)
7. Notturno (4:34)
8. Prometheus (5:06)
9. King Solomon And The 72 Names Of God (6:51)
10. Yggdrasil (6:00)
11. Of Michael The Archangel And Lucifer's Fall Part II: Codex Nemesis (18:04)
I. Codex Nemesis Alpha Omega
II. Symphonia Ignis Divinus (The Quantum Gate Revealed)
III. The Astral Convergence
IV. The Divine Fire Of The Archangel
V. Of Psyche And Archetypes (System Overloaded)

Total time 69:36

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Line-up / Musicians

- Alessandro Conti / lead vocals
- Luca Turilli / guitar, keyboards, orchestral arrangements, producer, engineer, cover concept
- Dominique Leurquin / guitar
- Patrice Guers / bass
- Alex Landenburg / drums

Additional musicians:
- Ralf Scheepers / vocals
- David Readman / vocals
- Dan Lucas / vocals

Releases information

Prometheus, Symphonia Ignis Divinus (Latin: "Prometheus, Symphony of the Divine Fire") is the second studio album by Italian band Luca Turilli's Rhapsody, created by Luca Turilli after his departure from Rhapsody of Fire. It was released on June 19, 2015 via Nuclear Blast.

It is the first album with Alex Landenburg on drums, following Alex Holzwarth's departure shortly after the recording of the previous album Ascending to Infinity in order to focus on Rhapsody of Fire. The first single, "Rosenkreuz (The Rose and The Cross)" was released April 24, 2015.

Production:
- Sebastian Roeder - engineer, mixing
- Christoph Stickel - mastering

Cover art by Stefan "Heile" Heilemann

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3.80
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