Sleep Deprived Music Review: Aspherium

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Aspherium

If you need some progressive death metal to inspire you, may I suggest Aspherium’s latest album, “The Embers of Eternity.” The album would be appropriate to play to get pumped up for battle – you know if we were Vikings. Maybe you have your own battle that you need to fight.

Aspherium is a progressive death metal band from Norway. They might even be descendants of Vikings.

I have been watching a lot of documentaries and fictional shows about Vikings. So it seems fitting to finally do this review of Aspherium. The post has been waiting in the wings for its time to be revealed.

You could say that today they have conquered all of the other blog posts. If I could, I would listen to this album while on a horse in a live-action role-playing game. I would make sure that “As We Walk Through Ashes” is playing at some point. It’s my favorite song on the album.

Maybe just seeing the band live would be sufficient. It’s probably easier than finding a horse that wants to be a nerd. I read somewhere that the band is into gaming. What are the chances that they would do a concert for a live-action role-playing tournament?

Band Members:

Marius Skarsem Pedersen: Guitars/Vocals,
Bjørn Tore Erlandsen: Drums,
Torgeir Lyby Pettersen: Bass,
Morten Nielsen: Guitars

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