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The Fallen Divine

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From: Oslo, Norway
Last Known Status: Active

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The Fallen Divine Posts New Music Video

The Fallen Divine released debut album ”The Binding Cycle” earlier this year and now the band has posted a music video for “Fire Lights The Night," which can be viewed below. The following press release was issued about the band:

"The Fallen Divine is a progressive extreme metal band from Oslo, Norway that took form in the summer of 2009. Since that date, after hours upon hours in the rehearsal space, the band has created a style of progressive metal that very few other bands have achieved before them. It’s difficult to categorize the sound of The Fallen Divine, but descriptions like 'melodic,' 'dynamic,' and 'complex' are often used."

Dan Swanö also commented: “Another example that proves that Scandinavia rule the Progressive Death metal scene. Dynamic and bombastic, just the way I like it. These guys have a bright future ahead!"

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The Fallen Divine Posts "Shades Of Oppression"

The Fallen Divine has posted a new promo clip online for the song "Shades of Oppression," which can be heard below. The band also commented:

"Here is the song 'Shades of Oppression' from our upcoming album, The Binding Cycle! The album will be out May 18th on Indie Recordings. Enjoy!!"

"The Binding Cycle" was recorded at Sonic Train Studios with Andy LaRocque and mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö.

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The Fallen Divine Posts "Dissension" Live Clip

Norway's The Fallen Divine has posted a video clip online of the band performing a segment of the "Dissesion" track, which is taken off the new album "The Binding Cycle." Watch the video in the player available below.

The Fallen Divine also recently teamed up with Metalunderground.com to stream "The Blinding Cycle" in its entirety. Check out the album at this location.

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The Fallen Divine Streaming New Album Online

Norwegian progressive metal band The Fallen Divine will self-release their new album, "The Binding Cycle," on November 28th. For a limited time you can stream the entire release exclusively on Metal Underground.com. "The Binding Cycle," was produced, mixed and mastered by Andy LaRocque (King Diamond) at Sonic Train Studios.

"The Binding Cycle" is the follow-up to the band's previous EP, "The Eternal Past and Future," which was released in 2010.

The track listing for "The Binding Cycle" is as follows:

1. Dissension
2. Shades of Oppression
3. Fire Lights the Night (Self Ignition)
4. Patterns Through Eternity
5. Northern Lights
6. Replenished
7. The Tormented One
8. The Binding Cycle

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The Fallen Divine To Record Debut Album

Norway's The Fallen Divine has issued the following announcement about recording a debut full-length album:

"After a year of intensive songwriting the The Fallen Divine has great news to share! Towards the end of the summer the Norwegian band will be recording their début-album called 'The Binding Cycle.' The recording process will proceed partially in Future Vintage Studios in Sandvika; Norway, and the rest of the instruments and vocals will be recorded in the well-known Sonic Train Studios located in Göteborg with Andy LaRocque (King Diamond, ex-Death).

"The Binding Cycle will contain eight musically strong songs, and is a considerable step forward from the groups EP 'The Eternal Past and Future,' which was released in 2010. The music on the new album can be described as melodic and extreme, In addition the band has taken more inspiration from progressive music, and this is clearly heard on the album. "

To keep up with The Fallen Divine's latest updates and hear music available for streaming, head over to the band's Facebook page.

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