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Beyond The Morninglight Releases New Album "Liberation" As Free Download

Norway's Beyond The Morninglight has now released the new album "Liberation" and follow-up to the band's debut self-titled release. You can stream or download the entire album entirely free over at the Misantrof Anti-Records website. Misantrof comments:

"Their new album titled 'Liberation' is a milestone. An artistic milestone. The band's creativity really blossomed, crafting this superb concept album, based upon the downfall of a young man in his prime, all through his decadence, until his end, and the dyed black day of his funeral.

"The story is told as seen from the eyes of Runar Funeralheart, singer and lyricist of the band, who really feels all the life, all the air, all landscapes and all the death surrounding him, and can transform all those sensations into little creatures he likes to take care of, like children to feed, watch over and grow up into massive songs, so full of energy, soul and deepest emotions.

"Extremely influenced by those grey winter skies of Norway, with those silent vast lands inspiring loneliness and melancholy, Runar and Andy of Beyond The Morninglight simply reach a deeper, also higher, level of introspectiveness. Their creativity is Norwegian air breathed in and released back out in form of gloomy melodies, endless mellotron driven sensations, dark atmospheres, and such a shrouding feeling never felt before."

The album was produced, mixed, and engineered by Daniel Vrangsinn and Beyond The Morninglight. The track listing is:

1. Liberation
2. Drifting Away
3. Open Your Eyes
4. Depression Blues
5. Lose Control
6. Into The Crimson Sun
7. Enter Solitude
8. Goodbye Anthem
9. Acid Rain
10. Crossroads

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