SCAR SYMMETRY - Limits To Infinity (OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO)
SCAR SYMMETRY's 'Limits To Infinity' is taken from "THE SINGULARITY (PHASE I - NEOHUMANITY).
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"The Singularity (Phase I – Neohumanity)" is out now via Nuclear Blast Records.
"The Singularity (Phase I – Neohumanity)" is the first part of a trilogy.
Per Nilsson comments: “I thought to myself... am I allowed to fuse death metal with AOR, and go extreme in both directions? I didn't ask for permission, I just went and did it, and I'm pretty excited to hear what people are gonna think about it.”
Henrik Ohlsson adds: "Limits to Infinity” unveils the malevolent plan of the elite, the hidden hand, and their discoveries regarding the secrets of the universe. The lyric elaborates on the decision makers' long-term plan to merge with machines and colonize other planets."
Track listing of "The Singularity (Phase I – Neohumanity)":
01. The Shape Of Things To Come
03. Limits To Infinity
04. Cryonic Harvest
05. The Spiral Timeshift
06. Children Of The Integrated Circuit
08. Technocalyptic Cybergeddon
Commented guitarist Per Nilsson: "The lyrical concept that Henrik came up with for The Singularity trilogy is huge in scope, complex and awe-inspiring, and naturally the music I wrote needed to follow suit - and it is with great pride that we can now present 'Phase I - Neohumanity', the first part in the most progressive and elaborate project in the history of Scar Symmetry. What an awesome way of celebrating our 10th anniversary!"
The cover artwork for "The Singularity (Phase I – Neohumanity)" was created by Mircea Gabriel Eftemie.