Orbis Terrarum Requiem

by iNsCissorS

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    "Orbis Terrarum Requiem" in brief means "The World's Requiem" or "The Earth's Requiem" and in the case of this album the second explanation given fits better to its concept and thematology.
    It is a requiem for the destruction that has befallen Earth/Nature inflicted by humans. It describes a world deserted and the only inhabitants are life forms that used to dwell beneath the Earth's surface even long before the Nature's fall and they still
    do after it...

    An excellent follow-up to 'The Veratrine Evangelicum', more structured and mature. An album that will grow on you after a few listens.

    For fans of Sanctum, Mental Destruction, Sui Generis Umbra, Bisclaveret, Dead Man's Hill

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"Orbis Terrarum Requiem" in brief means "The World's Requiem" or "The Earth's Requiem" and in the case of this album the second explanation given fits better to its concept and thematology.
It is a requiem for the destruction that has befallen Earth/Nature inflicted by humans. It describes a world deserted and the only inhabitants are life forms that used to dwell beneath the Earth's surface even long before the Nature's fall and they still
do after it...

An excellent follow-up to 'The Veratrine Evangelicum', more structured and mature. An album that will grow on you after a few listens.

iN sCissorS Bio:
"...The iN sCissorS’ philosophy about music is to create every time a different realm or dimension in which it’s taking place…"

I started to learn playing the piano when i was about 6 years old and afterwards, in 1999, i began giving form to my own compositions and experimenting with them...the reason i formed iN sCissorS was the need to express myself and also create a world i had in my mind, a world different from the one i was and from the one i am living in. It was my need to create not only music but images also, whether they were/are through music/soundscapes, graphics or video and to experiment with sound. For me creating music or soundscapes is a ritual that will bring me to the appropriate state and mood to create what iN sCissorS is both musically and visually. From the very beginning iN sCissorS was in my mind as an image depicting a lurid underground world and that's how the project's first name (Aes Sidhe) derived.

Meanwhile i have been playing in various bands as a keyboardist, vocalist or guitarist/bassist. Bands that their musical genres were varying from Blues to Hard Rock,Jazz, Gothic, Doom Metal etc. Now i am also playing the keyboards for a female fronted Symphonic metal band named Bare Infinity.

For fans of Sanctum, Mental Destruction, Sui Generis Umbra, Bisclaveret, Dead Man's Hill

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released June 21, 2009

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