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Walking off the Horizon

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Quartz pt.I 01:06
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Quartz pt.II 05:38
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Hollow 06:57
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Ghosts 10:31

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A dreamful, energetic and emotional voyage made tangible through melodic death metal and driven by a personal musical and lyrical concept.

The French wayfarers named AESMAH started as a two-piece in 2009 and turned their vision into a real group in 2010. Ever since, they created a style that is highly influenced by Scandinavian bands like Dark Tranquillity, In Flames or Katatonia but spiced with slightly progressive bits and pieces. Their two EPs “Hegemony” (2009) and “Imeria” (2012) caught the attention of several fanzines and received continuously positive reviews.

Now, it’s time for the quartet to unveil their first full-length album: “Walking Off The Horizon”. The haunting melodies of the ten songs are accentuated by an enthralling atmosphere and pushed by feisty growls and mysterious whispers.

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released February 7, 2020

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Aesmah Lyon, France

Aesmah started as a two-piece in 2009 and turned their vision into a real group in 2010. Ever since, they created a style that is highly influenced by Scandinavian bands like Dark Tranquillity, In Flames or Katatonia but spiced with slightly progressive pieces. Their two EPs “Hegemony” (2009) and “Imeria” (2012) caught the attention of several fanzines and received continuously positive reviews. ... more

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