Atmospheric Metal Band AQUILUS Stream Bellum I on Invisible Oranges Today

Atmospheric Metal Band Aquilus Stream Bellum I on Invisible Oranges Today

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Bellum I Out Tomorrow - December 3rd - via Blood Music

Cover art by Julius von Klever

Read and listen here: https://www.invisibleoranges.com/aquilus-stream-interview/

Beautiful and complex, "Bellum I is an atmospheric metal album with a fusion of classical film, folk, and black metal influences, continuing in the tradition of the work started on the first album, Griseus, and evolving to new levels," says Rosenqvist.

For eight years, a follow-up masterpiece was in the making. The opus grew so furiously, the decision was ultimately made to split the work into two parts, culminating with the release of the first album, Bellum I.

Bellum I showcases the band's rare amalgam of authentic classical, European folk and black metal influences, alongside AQUILUS' unique multi-instrumentation and compositional complexity.

Metal influences, ranging from early Metallica to the early works of Solefald, Opeth and Katatonia, combined with the classical romanticism of Rachmaninov and Chopin. Bellum I also continues AQUILUS' signature blend of acoustic elements, with an assortment of acoustic guitars and pianos to violins, mandolas, fipple flutes, balalaika, gusli and bowed psaltery, recalling the aura and dexterity of emotive film composers Bernard Herrmann (Psycho, The Twilight Zone) and Thomas Newman (Shawshank Redemption, Six Feet Under) .




Order Bellum I here: http://www.blood-music.com/

About AQUILUS:

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, AQUILUS’s music is composed and produced by Horace Rosenqvist and recorded in collaboration with session musicians. The amount of detail poured into each note is immeasurable. Years of dedication were undertaken to produce the finest works.

AQUILUS online:

www.facebook.com/AquilusMusic

https://aquilus.bandcamp.com/

http://www.blood-music.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_ITMi7Na_M



Photo: Mortimer Bellchambers

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