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Asheran

Dvne

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Part I  
1
The Crimson Path
Dvne
8:23
2
Viridian Bloom
Dvne
6:50
Part II  
3
Thirst
Dvne
8:17
4
Descent of the Asheran
Dvne
9:27
Part III  
5
Sunset's Grace
Dvne
4:21
6
Rite of the Seven Mournings
Dvne
6:34
Part IV  
7
Edenfall
Dvne
7:04
8
Scion
Dvne
9:39
Total Playing Time    60:35
“Dvne have created a true journey with Asheran... the sheer craft that has gone into the song-writing is evident from the easy flow of the music and the fact that the 60 minute run-time flies by... I can't recommend this enough...”
- Andy Price, Echoes and Dust

“A labyrinthine, boundary-pushing song that rewards with repeated listens, it sees the quartet at the peak of their powers.”
- Edwin McFee, TeamRock.com

Scottish four-piece metal band Dvne—comprised of Victor Vicart, Dan Barter, Dudley Tait, and Allan Paterson—present Asheran, a concept album which draws on doom, prog, and stoner rock to tell the epic story of the rise and downfall of an empire, exploring themes of humanity and environmental destruction along the way.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Wasted State Records Studio Masters

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