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fav music: Christian, symphonic/industrial metal w/female soprano/mezzo, with or w/out male vocals
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  1. Messenger In A Soulless World
    by Age of Dust
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    Moon for a Poet Moon for a Poet
  2. In Deep Waters
    by molllust
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    Voices of the Dead Voices of the Dead
  3. The Light of Ardor
    by Heliosaga
    The Light of Ardor The Light of Ardor
    Mezzo-Soprano backed by technical guitars - Try out their album "Towers in the Distance"
  4. Gone With The Wind
    by Silent Elegy
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    Never Meet Again Never Meet Again
    Mezzo-Soprano fronted symphonic metal at its best (from China).
  5. Beyond The Walls Of Death
    by Ravenia
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    We All Died For Honor We All Died For Honor
    Female fronted symphonic metal at its finest.
  6. A Million Tears
    by Trees of Eternity
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  7. My Requiem
    by Trees of Eternity
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    secular Doom - A full band on top the vocals kind of drowns them out. I favourite the demos cause a simple guitar is all that's needed to bring out the haunting of Aleah's voice
  8. The Vast Divide
    by Storm Horizon
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    Grief Grief
  9. Awesome God
    by Pantokrator
    Awesome God Awesome God
    "Our God is an awesome God, He reigns from heaven above, With wisdom, power and love..." Grunting this in church might drop a few jaws. But this version does grow on you, especially the choir n drums at the end
  10. The Harmonic Passage
    by Winterage
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    Golden Worm Golden Worm
    Debut cd for the Secular power metal band. I love the choir and all the instruments put together. Most of the tracks have a melody that you can remember forever.
  11. Days Without Names
    by Vials of Wrath
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    A Cleansing Prayer A Cleansing Prayer
    Atmospheric black metal: keys, shredding/acoustic guitars, shrieks and drum machine. What'd been interesting if a choir or a soprano was experimented with.