Reptilian Illuminati

Dark/Light

Album Type:
Release Date:
1st September 2017
Record Label:
Self-released
Total Tracks:
10
Genre:
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RATING: 

Reptilian Illuminati released “Dark/Light“on September 1st of this year.  A doom metal LP totally immerssed in alien abductions with each individual track dedicated to telling ten different alien abduction stories in an artistic and musical fashion.  A fan of doom metal and being constantly mystified by the theory of Reptilian Aliens make this a must have for freaks like me that are overly involved in doom metal and are even remotley willing to entertain the existence of Reptilians roaming the earth.


“When an album involves doom metal specificlally dedicated to aliens and abductions expertly innerwoven with adbuctees testimony I am all ears!” /raVen/


Using audio clips from each each incident, Reptilian Illuminati masterfully inserts them into each track throughout “Dark/Light” bringing the entire ablum concept together in an amazingly presented doom ablum.  The listener can expect to be literally guided by the hand through each and every track of the album from the beginning to end.  The masterful technicality and arrangements of “Dark/Light” never fatigue and continue to deliver on a level that most Doom Metal listeners will be accustomed too. Think Black Sabbath meets Pink Floyd in a smash up of technicality beyond pre-historic reptilian proportions.


 The masterful technicality and arrangements of “Dark/Light” never fatigue and continue to deliver on a level that most Doom Metal listeners will be accustomed too. /raVen/


From the beginning of “Dark/Light” each song instantly delivers. From the beginning track Roswell, N.M. 1947 , straight through to the end in The Phoenix Lights listeners will quickly realize the lack of a vocals throughout the ablum and is a direct and true tribute to Reptilian Illuminati’s dedication to the presentation of this album in spectacular Doom Metal Style.  This album is by far the most interesting and most fluid Doom Metal album reviewed to date this year.  Fire in the Sky shows exactly what Reptilian Illuminati have to offer now and into the very near future.

/raVen/

Tracklist:

1. Roswell, N.M. 1947 (03:46)
2. Betty and Barney Hill (08:45)
3. Pascagoula River (03:31)
4. Fire in the Sky (09:55)
5. Valentich (05:00)
6. Rendlesham Forest (04:23)
7. Whitley Strieber (07:00)
8. Groom lake (05:49)
9. Ruwa, Zimbabwe (02:19)
10. The Phoenix Lights (05:15)

Playing Time:
Line-Up:

Matthew Brennan - Guitar
Terry Pietrosanto - Guitar
Dean Astrella - Guitar
Dexter Karpe - Bass
Matty Innes - Drums

/raVen/
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Metal Man residing deep in the Mountains of Butte, America. A onetime hot bed of life! Electricity before San Francisco and trolley cars before they were cool. I love metal and being able to assist the bands, artists, and labels is something I hope everyone enjoys!

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