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METATRON OMEGA - New Album Out Soon, Track Available For Streaming

Serbian dark ambient act Metatron Omega is about to release a new album entitled Illuminatio on 26th September via Cryo Chamber. The third album from Metatron Omega continues the story of Sanctum (2016) and Gnosis Dei (2015). On Illumination the hermit travels beyond enlightenment, and deep into the perception of the Unknowable.
To be “illuminated” means that one discovers something that wasn’t known before, but by doing this, one is casting a shadow upon something else. The eternal light shines upon the unveiled depths of the soul. While it's reflection weaves into monastic atmospheres.
On Metatron Omega new album the listener will witness the chants of hypnotic choirs from the cosmic cathedral at the end of life. The everlasting voices of monks lost in space and time, searching for knowledge as they echo through dimensions. The “Illuminated ones” chant in hypnotic choral unison for the salvation of mankind’s universal spirit. By transcending everything that is material. Illuminating the spirit, they cast a Great Shadow upon the world. Recommended for fans of dark cathedral music, deep drone and brooding choirs. Illuminatio was mastered by Simon Heath (Atrium Carceri, Sabled Sun).
"Let the third emanation of Light finally pass through the curtains and darkness of the Mind. The time has come to reveal the energies focused to create another Mystery in the form of a cathedralic soundscape. New album is called Illuminatio - for the hermetic reasons that should not be explained, but should only be known after one submerges his Ego deep into the sound and passes the initiation as a Disciple", explains Scorpio V, the man behind Metatron Omega. Listen to the album opener track "Ecclesia Universalis" in the player below. Link