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Atrium Carceri returns with ‘Metropolis’, the brother album to 2013’s ‘The Untold’

By Jun 10,2015

Atrium Carceri returns with'Metropolis', the brother album to 2013's'The Untold'Out by the end of next month is an all new regular album from Atrium Carceri aka the Swedish dark ambient artist Simon Heath: “Metropolis”.

The album comes after the recent release of a special game-soundtrack Heath wrote for Rust.

The all new 11-track album is closely connected to his “The Untold” album he released in October 2013.

You can order the album right now from Storming The Base.

Here’s a teaser for the album.



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