A Monument To The Death Of An Idea - Enochian Theory Reviews
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It was September 2004 that this band first began its assault on the music industry. The four individuals that make up this fine band that is Enochian Theory got together and started writing material, tracks that would be included on the bands first EP 'Our Lengthening Shadows'. With an EP behind them the band was then able to be taken seriously as a unit and began to secure shows for themselves up and down the UK. Enochian Theory began working on début album 'A Monument To The Death Of An Idea' in June 2006, completed it in August 2006 and it was then that the album was released independently. In April 2007 the album was given an official release through Anomalousz Music Read the complete review
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