Symphonies Of Saturnus

October 05, 2013 · 14 Songs

The concept album SYMPHONIES OF SATURNUS deals with the dark journey of a protagonist following Saturnian influences. A disturbing dynamic occurs immediately after receiving a strange vision.

While sleeping, he receives information from a source unknown to him. These energy reports on his current life and current events, which are characterized by war, hunger, suffering, terror and lies. His life in the midst of this world appears deeply unfilled, which he recognizes with clarity and sharpness after awakening. He is in a transcendent state, receives knowledge of a new, completely different perspective on life, which initially impresses him, but also deeply frightens him.

Doubts arise in him, he begins to question the matter of course as well as himself while reflecting on himself and his previous life. The protagonist finally takes courage to free himself from everything that he has previously felt to be real. He frees himself from constraints that bind him to the earthly foundation and initially feels baseless.

Driven by the new, unknown force, his mind separates from his body, he falls into a kind of emptiness. Once at the bottom, he gropes around in the dark and searches for a way out of the black nothing. He wanders aimlessly until a new inspiration shows him a way out. It now becomes completely clear to him: The power arises from Saturn and provides orientation.

In this way he gets back to the surface, with new determination he goes this path unknown to him. His gaze is on the uncertain that lies before him. The further he goes, the more intensely he realizes that he can never go back to a previous life, which he questions.

Suddenly the protagonist realizes an expansion of his horizons that dispel any skepticism. Now there is readiness for his new purpose. An inner feeling of triumph spreads. He thinks he is on the right path and reaches the destination of his journey, the torments of self-doubt come to an end.

Trance-like, he approaches the source of renewal, carried on waves of euphoria. An unprecedented form of energy permeates him. He is born again. Existence according to the Saturnian principles restores the lost balance. His unshakable conviction lies in the destruction of the hypocritical, non-Saturnian world, as the only possible way in which the chosen one must continue to advance.

In deep gratitude to the Saturnian power, he fights for the inevitably resulting, ultimate freedom. Power, strength, wisdom and insight continue to increase. This concentration creates a way of existence that struggles to expand into the almighty, unimaginable and strives towards new contexts.

Tracklist

  1. Signals02:30 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  2. ESP03:53 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  3. Colossal Void04:40 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  4. Probe06:15 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  5. Alienate06:29 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  6. Aeonized03:52 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  7. Aeons To Come05:17 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  8. Descent07:40 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  9. Renaissance12:34 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  10. The Order Of Equilibrium03:45 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  11. Symphonies Of Saturnus Part 1 – The Inheritance03:56 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  12. Symphonies Of Saturnus Part 2 – The Proof05:15 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  13. Symphonies Of Saturnus Part 3 – The Synthesis09:01 · Written by Simon Wrobel
  14. Supremacy03:13 · Written by Simon Wrobel

Reviews

  1. Support Black Metal

    “Symphonies of Saturnus” is a relatively long album than the usual consisting of 14 tracks. You shouldn’t and won’t mind that because once being engulfed by its own universe, the perception of time and space is no more.

    · Dec 22, 2019
  2. Hotel 666

    Dieser Longplayer wird bei mir bestimmt keinen Staub ansammeln, so häufig wie der gespielt werden muss!

    10/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  3. Metal Temple

    Germany’s AEONS CONFER bring to us their most epic and ambitious piece yet in “Symphonies of Saturnus”, an incredibly lengthy and complex extreme Metal phenomenon.

    MASTERPIECE · Dec 22, 2019
  4. Pommesgabel

    Die technischen Fertigkeiten der einzelnen Musiker sind enorm, ob es nun klassisches Arrangements, elektronische Samples, Industrialelemente,  Riffgewitter oder einfach nur fette Blastbeats sind.

    8/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  5. Die Jury

    Mit der Präzision von Fear Factorys Meilenstein “Demanufacture”, der orchestralen Gewalt von Samaels “Passage” und einer unfassbar detaillierten & megafetten Produktion fegt dieses Album wie ein unbändiger Orkan durch die Gehörgänge und sorgt für eine Gänsehaut nach der anderen.

    5/6 · Dec 22, 2019
  6. Power Of Metal

    Aeons Confer tell stories with their music and build an atmosphere of epic proportions. They use spoken intros, massive keyboard sounds, orchestral blasts and raw metal effectiveness with a decidedly modern sound.

    9/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  7. No Clean Singing

    Aeons Confer bring the fucking business.  This shit is like being in the blast radius of a grenade that opens a black hole upon explosion.

    · Dec 22, 2019
  8. XXL-Rock

    Trotz des Bombastes, den „Symphonies of Saturnus“ zu Hauf bietet, erinnert die musikalische Basis an jene Zeit, als das norwegische Studio Akkerhaugen in schöner Regelmäßigkeit Alben wie „IX Equilibrium“ (Emperor), „Deathmachine“ (Myrkskog) oder Zyklons „World ov Worms“ produzierte und damit einen interessanten Hybriden aus Black Metal und kaltem Todesstahl schuf.

    · Dec 22, 2019
  9. Sonic Seducer

    Über 14 halsbrecherische Tracks erstreckt sich das musikalische Universum, welches die hanseatische Formation für ihr Debütalbum „Symphonies Of Saturnus“ erschaffen hat.

    · Dec 22, 2019
  10. Neckbreaker

    …und so haben die Hamburger mit „Symphonies Of Saturnus“ ein opulentes Werk von fast 80 Minuten Länge geschaffen.

    8/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  11. Metal Guardian

    Aeons Confer bieten für jeden etwas der auf Extrem Metal steht. Das Album ist hart, kompromisslos und sehr abwechslungsreich.

    10/12 · Dec 22, 2019
  12. Powermetal

    Doch das Warten hat sich gelohnt, denn “Symphonies Of Saturnus” ist ein mächtiges, 78-minütiges Opus geworden!

    8,5/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  13. Stormbringer

    Wer Vielschichtigkeit sucht, der wird auf “Symphonies Of Saturnus” fündig.

    4,5/5 · Dec 22, 2019
  14. Undergrounded

    Was eine Fahrt! Knapp 80 Minuten haben Aeons Confer auf ihre Debütscheibe „Symphonies Of Saturnus“ gepackt…

    10/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  15. Bloodchamber

    AEONS CONFER legen nämlich mit “Symphonies Of Saturn” ein derart amtliches Brett vor, dass mir glatt die ganzen weniger klischeehaften Umschreibungen ausgehen und ich die Szenepolizei um Nachsicht bitten muss.

    9/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  16. Burn Your Ears

    AEONS CONFER machen keine halben Sachen.

    9/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  17. Silence Magazin

    Galaktischen Spaß verspricht die Eigenbeschreibung und für einen ausgemachten Science-Fiction-Fan ist das ein überzeugendes Argument.

    9/10 · Dec 22, 2019
  18. Metal.de

    Doch was die Hamburger von AEONS CONFER da auf unseren Planeten loslassen, hat es verdammt nochmal in sich!

    · Dec 22, 2019
  19. Metal Temple

    This may sound cliché, but AEONS CONFER is literally one of the best bands I have ever heard. When it comes to complexity, musical ingenuity and sheer heaviness, if not most bands, will pale in comparison.  

    · Dec 07, 2019