Promethean [Single + Instrumental]

by Amiensus

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Promotional album for Amiensus featuring instrumental and non-instrumental of Amiensus' track "Prometheus" from their albums "The Last EP" (2010), and "Restoration" (2013).

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released June 9, 2013

Album Includes;

Prometheus (instrumental); from The Last EP [2010], track released 01 August 2010
Alec Rozsa- Drums, bass,keys
Aaron McKinney-Acoustics, keyboards
James Benson-Guitars

Prometheus (Bonus); from Restoration [2013], track released 01 January 2013
James Benson: Guitar, Vocals
Aaron McKinney: Acoustic, Vocals
Joe Waller: Drums, Bass, Vocals, Guitar
Zack Morgenthaler: Guitar

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Amiensus

In 2010 the members of Amiensus came together to collectively pool their multi-talented minds and forge something that Minnesota, not even the world had seen musically. The result can be heard HERE.

The Last EP [2010] out August 2010

RESTORATION: Out January 1st 2013

"The Gathering" Split with Oak Pantheon; OUT NOW

Ascension- OUT JULY 1st, 2015
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Track Name: Prometheus [instrumental]
[instrumental]
Track Name: Prometheus [Bonus]
From the Dawn of Mankind, in the bleakness of night
From the formless and void, of his birth
A journey, a struggle, endless in time
To attain understanding and strength

The fire of will, Prometheus gave
So they, as gods, could create and destroy
A light on the path, of prosperity
From archaic void, to an ending unknown

Within mankind's hand, the greatest of power
To consume and to reign upon earth
But restraint he disdained, consequence ignored
In blind search of truth, wisdom was lost

Formed from the earth, from whence given life
Bestowed with the fire of gods
Heedless of presage, resolved to defy
The cause of this mortal design

As civilization reaches its end
From origin, primordial, to the status of gods
The fire of power, burns in their minds
For their creation, an agony of suicide

For the gift of fire, a consequence of torment
Bound to knowledge, to suffer its wrath
For the knowing negates, the innocent mind
As clear sight is gained, darkness consumes