Album Stream: Nebula Orionis’ Ashes

Friday, 20th September 2019

To close out the week, we at Dead Rhetoric have another album premiere to get your weekend started. If you are looking for something different, and truly cinematic in scope, for your listening convenience, we have partnered with Casus Belli Musica and Beverina to stream Nebula Orionis’ new release, Ashes, which will be released on September 22. You can click on the YouTube player below and check it out for yourself. If you dig what you hear, then you can pre-order physical copies HERE or HERE.

Ashes is the type of release to let your imagination run wild with. Cinematic music that takes you on a trip to a different cosmic/sci-fi realm. While cinematic can be a term that gets tossed around (along with ‘epic’ as well), Nebula Orionis really capture that movie-magic feel and invoke a sense of exploration and discovery as you listen to the music. A sense of awe lends itself well, and it can feel hypnotic and otherworldly, making you wonder what will hit with the next change in the music. As such, this is really something to be listened to as a whole, and with only 5 tracks, its easy to return to if you want something different in your daily playlist. So if you yearn for something more absorbing and less aggressive/blasting, Ashes has you covered.

Says the label(s):
The alliance of CASUS BELLI MUSICA and BEVERINA presents the new album Ashes of the Russian cosmic metal project NEBULA ORIONIS.

Ashes completes the conceptual trilogy, which also includes the albums Starthrone and To Keep The Flame Burning.

The project’s new album absorbed and developed the basic ideas of previous works of M42: guitars just add some unobtrusive touches to the monumentality of this symphonic canvas, and orchestral arrangements took their leading position. The scale of this music came close to the cosmic one. So, now it can be stated with complete confidence, that NEBULA ORIONIS plays the real cinematic cosmic metal!

Nebula Orionis on Casus Belli Musica Bandcamp
Nebular Orionis on Beverina Bandcamp

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