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Eternal Delyria: New Album "Paradox Of The Mechanical Angel" Out Now!

Eternal Delyria: New Album "Paradox Of The Mechanical Angel" Out Now!
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Swiss melodic death metal band Eternal Delyria release today - 2nd April 2020 - their new record Paradox Of The Mechanical Angel.

The album was recorded by Nicola Leoni at the Studio From Hell, mixed and mastered by Tommaso Monticelli at the Sonitus Studio

About the record, the band states: "When we started the writing process, we thought that the term imprisonment in its various connotations would be an appropriate common thread, and so we chose it. In each song, the lyrics describe a different form of imprisonment, each of which is expressed from multiple points of view: physical, as in Beyond the Veil; mental, as in The Awakening; emotional, as in Burning Bridges; ideological, as in Freely Enchained; or social, as in Dying to Live. When we commissioned the album artwork to Pierre Alain D. of 3mmi Design, we chose to represent the idea of imprisonment by means of a simple yet current philosophical concept: the human being, eternally dissatisfied, creates technology to elevate himself and feel free, without realizing that -- quite the opposite -- technology is actually imprisoning him. Pierre's work was based on this concept, and reflects his vision of what has subsequently become the official artwork of Paradox Of The Mechanical Angel".

The band formed in 2011 and has released two records and an EP; line-up:

Lutz - Vocals
Clod - Keys & vocals
Nyx - Guitar
Thim - Guitar
Alex - Drums

Paradox Of The Mechanical Angel is available on most digital streaming/download services, including Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Apple Music, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Deezer and Amazon Music.

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