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In Twilight's Embrace Streams New Single "The Great Leveller"

Ahead of the release of fourth album "Vanitas," In Twilight's Embrace today unveils next single “The Great Leveller, which” is streaming below. Vocalist Cyprian Lakomy comments on the track:

"There is a thread which links this one with the first single, The Hell of Mediocrity. Although the title phrase is often used to portray death itself, it also reflects the sheep mentality versus free spirit, mass versus individual and, finally, the idolisation of the lowest common denominator as opposed to independent thought and action. From the very beginning, until the very end, this bitter undercurrent is present in every single line and note on Vanitas."

1. The Hell of Mediocrity (song streaming here)
2. Fan the Flame
3. As Future Evaporates
4. Trembling
5. Flesh Falls, No Ghost Lifts
6. Futility
7. The Rift
8. The Great Leveller

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1. coldiem writes:

Wow. Black metal that doesn't sound like it was recorded in a basement with just a room mic. Haha. Jokes aside, this is a pretty sweet track.

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