Ea Taesse

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Don Robinson
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Don Robinson I like the fact the band uses an extinct language for the lyrics to go with the music style. Favorite track: Laeleia.
Forgotten Dawn
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Forgotten Dawn Monumental release. Ancient, mysterious, enthralling, enveloping darkness meets the modern atmospheric sonority of funeral doom. One of my favorites. Favorite track: Laeleia.
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ProgHog231 Amazing funeral doom album. From the epic opening to the ending bars an hour later, this music delivers. Favorite track: Laeleia.
Grimroaeos
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Grimroaeos An absolute fucking classic album. Fans on this genre will be going wild in their peculiar way when they hear this album.. That opening is awe inspiring and the rest of the album is incredible. Favorite track: Laeleia.
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The debut album of mysterious band EA is based on the sacral texts of ancient civilizations. EA uses a dead language which was recreated according to the results of archeological research. Speaking about musical part – it’s emotional funeral-doom, actually one song for 55 minutes, which contains three parts where epical riffs, acoustic insertions, melodic solo-parts, ambient and horror elements are combined. On the one hand, some people may consider consider EA to be similar to Shape Of Despair, Skepticism, Evoken, but on the other hand it is original music, filled with its own, unique, emotional atmosphere.

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released December 20, 2006

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Ea Cody, Wyoming

Ea is based on the sacral texts of ancient civilizations. Ea uses a dead language which was recreated according to the results of archeological study.

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