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Edge Of Sanity Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Edge Of Sanity Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Impulsive Necroplasma (Epidemic Reign Part 2)
2 Maze Of Existence (Epidemic Reign Part 1)
3 After Afterlife
4 Across The Fields Of Forever
5 In The Veins, Darker Than Black
6 Nocturnal
7 Livin' Hell
8 Angel Of Distress
9 Jesus Cries
10 Immortal Souls
11 Lost
12 The Day Of Maturity
13 The Unorthodox
14 Sacrificed
15 The Masque
16 A Curfew For The Damned
17 Crimson
18 Elegy
19 Enigma
20 Helter Skelter
21 The Bleakness Of It All
22 Blood Of My Enemies
23 Across the Field of Forever
24 Immortal Souls (demo)
25 Darkday
26 Human Aberration (`06 Remastered)
27 Face to Face
28 Tales... (2006 Remastered)
29 Feeding the Charlatan
30 Decepted By The Cross
31 Maze of Existence (demo remix)
32 Enigma (`06 Remastered)
33 Human Aberration (2006 Remastered)
34 The Dead ('99 Remaster)
35 Human Aberration
36 Angel of Distress (remix)
37 Requiscon By Pace
38 In the Veins/Darker Than Black (`06 Remastered)
39 Enigma (2006 Remastered)
40 Everlasting ('99 Remaster)
41 Everlasting (demo)
42 The Masque (`06 Remastered)
43 In the Veins/Darker Than Black (2006 Remastered)
44 Human Aberration ('99 Remaster)
45 After Afterlife (remix)
46 On The Other Side
47 Until Eternity Ends (`06 Remastered)
48 The Masque (2006 Remastered)
49 Criminally Insane ('99 Remaster)
50 Blood of My Enemies (demo)
51 When All Is Said
52 Eternal Eclipse (`06 Remastered)
53 Until Eternity Ends (2006 Remastered)
54 Damned By the Damned ('99 Remaster)
55 Tales...
56 Murder.Dividead (remix)
57 Maze Of Existence
58 Twilight (`06 Remastered)
59 Eternal Eclipse (2006 Remastered)
60 Bleed You Dry ('99 Remaster)
61 The Dead
62 Damned by the Damned
63 Waiting To Die
64 Velvet Dreams
65 Black Tears (`06 Remastered)
66 Twilight (2006 Remastered)
67 Blood-Coloured
68 Black Tears
69 Crimson Part 1
70 Demon I
71 Hell Is Where the Heart Is (`06 Remastered)
72 Black Tears (2006 Remastered)
73 The Singer of the Sadness
74 Blood-Colored
75 Crimson Part 2
76 Cold Sun (Epidemic Reign, Pt. 4)
77 Hell Written (`06 Remastered)
78 Hell Is Where the Heart Is (2006 Remastered)
79 Hell Written
80 Crimson Part 3
81 Beyond The Unknown
82 The Sinner And The Sadness
83 Bleed You Dry (`06 Remastered)
84 Hell Written (2006 Remastered)
85 15:36
86 Hellwritten
87 Of Darksome Origin
88 Crimson Part 4
89 Cold Sun
90 Pernicious Anguish - `99 Remastered
91 Crimson Remaster Part 1 (`06 Remastered)
92 Bleed You Dry (2006 Remastered)
93 Forever Together Forever
94 Crimson II
95 Silent
96 Crimson Part 5
97 Dead But Dreaming
98 Criminally Insane - `99 Remastered
99 The Forbidden Words (`06 Remastered)
100 The Forbidden Words (2006 Remastered)
101 Hell Is Where The Heart Is
102 Decepted by the Cross (live)
103 Twilight
104 Crimson Part 7
105 Damned By The Damned - `99 Remastered
106 Incantation (`06 Remastered))
107 Incantation (2006 Remastered))
108 Immortal Souls (live)
109 Crimson Part 8
110 Everlasting
111 Bleed You Dry - `99 Remastered
112 Aftermath (`06 Remastered)
113 Aftermath (2006 Remastered)
114 Pernicious Anguish (demo remix)
115 Incipience To The Butchery
116 Tales... (`06 Remastered)
117 Loosing Myself

Edge Of Sanity Bio

Edge of Sanity was a Swedish death metal band whose work often delved into experimental, even progressive, territory. While artists like Bathory and Emperor had recorded songs that could be regarded as epic, Edge of Sanity are regarded alongside Opeth as being the first to fuse extreme metal styles like death and black metal with genuine progressive rock.

Edge of Sanity asserted themselves as a solid death-metal outfit with their debut release Nothing But Death Remains, but their second release Unorthodox, with tracks like "Enigma" and "When All Is Said," showed them branching out from some of the genre's conventions. The Spectral Sorrows, Until Eternity Ends, and Purgatory Afterglow continued the trend, so that by the release of 1996's Crimson they were recording full-on progressive metal. Crimson was a 40-minute concept album consisting entirely of one track, concerning a post-apocalyptic future in which mankind had lost the ability to breed. After one more album, 1997's Infernal, guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Dan Swanö left the band, and his departure is generally associated with a decline in quality in the band's material. Swanö was replaced by Robert Karlsson, the vocalist of Pan.Thy.Monium (a side project in which Swanö was also involved), but after one more album, the same year's Cryptic, the band split up.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edge_of_sanity