Khepri: Ascension (2014 - MP3)
Dark, powerful metal guitars meet vibrant percussion from the Middle East. Oriental Metal both inspiring and uplifting through its intricate melodies and brooding tone.
Where Duat (2012) further developed and solidified Khepri's style through focus on ethnic instruments and textures, Ascension retraces Khepri's guitar-driven Oriental Metal roots of Bellymetal (2010).
Ascension is packed with the type of hard upbeat tracks that it opens with, Tendrils of Fire and Bloodlines. Although still a diverse album, it includes the soft haunting Paradise and Japanese inspired Orochi.
1. Tendrils of Fire
4. Shadow Faded
9. Shackled Spirit
10. Shattered Dreams
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Khepri: Those Dark Days (2015)
'A brooding alternative rock / metal sound layered with vocals reminiscent of 90's bands such as Alice in Chains complete with exotic folk instruments and a clear 'middle eastern' influence in line with bands such as The Tea Party and Myrath.'
'Atmospheric ethnic melodies, mystic and enchanting, soar upon rich percussion layered with dark distortion guitars.
Melding aspects of metal, grunge, rock and uniting as one through a journey to the Middle East and Orient.'
Khepri: Bellymetal (2010)
'Vibrant ethnic rhythms and percussion grinding with heavy distortion metal guitars. Catchy melodies soar through the intricate music, beckoning a powerful distinct Middle Eastern aura.'
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