2016 release from the German metal band. The high flyers from Regensburg impress with their very own, innovative style of music: Complex arrangements and progressive song structures meeting with brute force, an enormous portion of groove - and some really catchy hooks. Established in 2004, Burden Of Life have long since made a name for themselves throughout the German metal scene with their strikingly versatile sound. Their third studio album In Cycles represents Burden Of Life's definite liberation from any straitjacket in terms of music. The elaborate harmonies in their sensual duet "Amour Fou", the nightmarish up-tempo-insanity of "Kafkaesque" or the virtuosic richness of the 12-minute-long sledgehammer "At The Heart Of Infinity" - these four guys' creativity seems virtually limitless. Thereby, each of the album's eight songs tells its own story. The spread of issues reaches from the principle of retributive justice in the title track, over a ghost train ride through one's own fears, to the surreal intermediate world of a patient in a vigil coma. Multi-facetted, dynamic and packed with loopings - In Cycles kills.
2016 release from the German metal band. The high flyers from Regensburg impress with their very own, innovative style of music: Complex arrangements and progressive song structures meeting with brute force, an enormous portion of groove - and some really catchy hooks. Established in 2004, Burden Of Life have long since made a name for themselves throughout the German metal scene with their strikingly versatile sound. Their third studio album In Cycles represents Burden Of Life's definite liberation from any straitjacket in terms of music. The elaborate harmonies in their sensual duet "Amour Fou", the nightmarish up-tempo-insanity of "Kafkaesque" or the virtuosic richness of the 12-minute-long sledgehammer "At The Heart Of Infinity" - these four guys' creativity seems virtually limitless. Thereby, each of the album's eight songs tells its own story. The spread of issues reaches from the principle of retributive justice in the title track, over a ghost train ride through one's own fears, to the surreal intermediate world of a patient in a vigil coma. Multi-facetted, dynamic and packed with loopings - In Cycles kills.
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In Cycles [Digipak]
Artist: Burden Of Life
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Amour Fou
2. In Cycles
3. Devil in the Detox
4. 52 HZ
5. Kafkaesque
6. The Narcissist
7. Lantern Slides
8. At the Heart of Infinity

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2016 release from the German metal band. The high flyers from Regensburg impress with their very own, innovative style of music: Complex arrangements and progressive song structures meeting with brute force, an enormous portion of groove - and some really catchy hooks. Established in 2004, Burden Of Life have long since made a name for themselves throughout the German metal scene with their strikingly versatile sound. Their third studio album In Cycles represents Burden Of Life's definite liberation from any straitjacket in terms of music. The elaborate harmonies in their sensual duet "Amour Fou", the nightmarish up-tempo-insanity of "Kafkaesque" or the virtuosic richness of the 12-minute-long sledgehammer "At The Heart Of Infinity" - these four guys' creativity seems virtually limitless. Thereby, each of the album's eight songs tells its own story. The spread of issues reaches from the principle of retributive justice in the title track, over a ghost train ride through one's own fears, to the surreal intermediate world of a patient in a vigil coma. Multi-facetted, dynamic and packed with loopings - In Cycles kills.