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The Process  - The Covenant of the Cosmos album download
Performer: The Process
Title: The Covenant of the Cosmos
Released: 2016
Style: Hardcore, Death Metal, Grindcore, Progressive Metal
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3 FLAC VQF WAV MIDI ASF AHX FLAC DXD
FLAC size: 1266 mb | MP3 size: 1594 mb | WMA size: 1202 mb
Genre: Rock

Titan awaits the birth of the red giant, preparing for colonisation. Helios sates his voracious appetite evolving unto nebula. Entropy is inevitable, auguring destruction, predicating reconstitution.

Covenant of the Cosmos by The Process, released 12 January 2016 Come to the caverns, meet us at Telos. Brothers of Posid, come join us. Rise to the surface, dwellers of Shingwa. Festivities begin in the centre of Rama. Moving the plates through the lithosphere, Working as one, to habitat the troposphere. The seafloor spreads and our cities rise. Ancient elders, now in endless peace, Fulfilling the covenant of the cosmos. Giant strides from one pole to another, Titan brother greets Titan brother. Mount Shasta, Mount Grosso, Mount Epomeo, Iguacu Falls; Where once we drowsed, we are free, Achieving the perfection in Shonshe. Let’s dance to the music of creation, Like puppeteers, masters of tessellation. Come to the caverns, meet us at Telos.

Invoking the spirit of early Ringworm and Integrity, The Process reduce all to ash with a deadly mixture of speed, metallic brutality and induced mosh-mayhem, this is the posthumous album from Scotland's purveyors of Illuminati influenced holy terror. Features ex-members of Shank, Scatha and In Decades Decline. The Processian brothers humbly submit their definitive epistle, an end to clamour and a route to sustenation for those eager to transcend the lumpen, meagre fetters of Earthly existence. Titan awaits the birth of the red giant, preparing for colonisation. Ceaseless burning desires 04. Covenant of the cosmos 05. Occultation 06. Alternative three 07.

The Cosmos Rocks is the only studio album by Queen + Paul Rodgers, released on 15 September 2008. It contains 14 new tracks written by Brian May, Roger Taylor, and Paul Rodgers. This is the first studio album of new material from the two remaining members of Queen since 1995′s Made in Heaven. The band entered Roger Taylor's Priory studio in late 2006, having completed the American leg of a world tour. Sessions were initially scheduled around Rodgers' other touring commitments

Mixing together hardcore, grind and what can only be described as cosmic atmosphere is The Process trailing along with them as they burst from a dying star is their newest release titled The Covenant of the Cosmos.

Covenant of the Cosmos.

The Ark of the Covenant, also known as the Ark of the Testimony, and in a few verses across various translations as the Ark of God, is a gold-covered wooden chest with lid cover described in the Book of Exodus as containing the two stone tablets of the Ten Commandments. According to various texts within the Hebrew Bible, it also contained Aaron's rod and a pot of manna.

Tracklist

1 A Stirring in the Cosmic Slumber 2:39
2 The Awakening 4:13
3 Ceaseless Burning Desires 4:21
4 The Covenant of the Cosmos 5:39
5 Occultation 3:08
6 Alternative 3 3:39
7 Vastness of Mana 3:42
8 V.I.T.R.I.O.L 4:45
9 War to the Warbringer 3:42
10 The Universes Waltz out of Time 4:02
11 Ouroboros 7:31

Credits

  • Electric Bass – A. Vannan*
  • Electric Guitar – M. Finch*
  • Electric Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Composed By – J. Thomson*
  • Lead Vocals – G. Brown*
  • Percussion – J.Boyce*

Notes

The Processian brothers humbly submit their definitive epistle, an end to clamour and a route to sustenation
for those eager to transcend the lumpen, meagre fetters of Earthly existence.
Titan awaits the birth of the red giant, preparing for colonisation.
Helios sates his voracious appetite evolving unto nebula.
Entropy is inevitable, auguring destruction, predicating reconstitution


Comments (2)
Tholmeena
Genius album ! Everything in this record is perfect !
Mavegar
Mixing together hardcore, grind and what can only be described as cosmic atmosphere is The Process trailing along with them as they burst from a dying star is their newest release titled The Covenant of the Cosmos. This release is filled with eleven songs that are ripping and utterly destructive and yet they find a way to make you feel as though you’ve been lost among the stars. Most of the songs make you feel as though you have been swallowed up in the aftermath of a supernova, but when that subsides and when The Process so chooses you get to be submitted to some mind warping cosmic atmosphere.This release not only gets stuck in your head but it also caves it in with the best as you get subjected to heavy and hard hitting hardcore that is in your face for the entire listen. The Covenant of the Cosmos is one solid song after the next and each song really does provide you with something new and different. Never does one song sound similar to the ones that came before it, and with that The Process gives you plenty of variety and plenty to listen for and soak in.Throughout The Covenant of the Cosmos, The Process keeps you intrigued and keeps you listening for the entirety of the album. As one song turns to the next you can’t seem to press pause or take a break. Unlike most hardcore that is unruly and completely spastic, The Process brings something different to the table. They bring controlled chaos and bring a tight and crisp sound to you that still will make you headbang and feverishly thrash around even if the sound is a bit more refined.As mentioned, you never really know what sound you will be getting next with The Process. The ethos of this band is hardcore of course, but mixed in with that are elements of ambiance and slower tempos that ultimately create a melodious sound. The majority of the songs that are present on this record give you both the headbanging, brain damaging and neck snapping variety as well as a more melodious sound that takes you cruising through the cosmos.Each song that is present on this record is filled with sharp riffs, punishing drums, heavy bass lines, and vocals that are straining and throat tearing. The heavy musicianship is mixed together with celestial sounds as well at times to create a dark and mystic atmosphere. No matter what sound you get while listening to this release, you get something that is all together comprehensive, cohesive, sharp and heavy. The Process created a hardcore album that is interesting and a very unique album that warrants more than a few listens.(https://cadavergarden.wordpress.com)