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  • Audio CD (September 3, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: September 3, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • ASIN: B00002DE23
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,601 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Aesma Daeva has been hailed as having one of the best female vocalists in the Industry. The music Operatic vocals mixed with dark metal, and skinny puppy like electronics.

About the Artist

Aesma Daeva began in Minneapolis, USA when the solo project of the classically trained guitarist J Prassas (162) began to enlist the production assistance of N.Copernicus (0dark:30). Their first efforts produced the 0dark:30 remix of the 162 song. "Darkness". Which appears on the Cop Int. Compilation Diva-X-Machina II.

As the collaboration between Copernicus and Prassas began to take on a life of its own it became apparent that the project was becoming something unique and different from either their original projects. Aesma Daeva stands for a unique blend of dark Metal and hypnotic electronics adorned by the powerful operatic female vocals supplied by the also classically trained vocalist Rebecca Cords.

Aesma Daeva's debut album. "Here lies on whose name was written in water" combines heavy hitting tracks such as. "Stay", "Down Vain" and "Odeath (rock me asleep)" with a conceptual album feeling with atmospheric, meditational and hypnotic tracks like "Sanctus", and "Communion."

"Here lies on whose name was written in water" is an in expansive experience from beginning to end. Rich with power and emotion that will be savored by fans of many different genres. Band Members: John Prassas All compositions, as well as guitar, and prepaired piano Nick Platz All production and drum programming Rebecca Cords vocals additional musicians Mary Stilp Violin Danielle Lang additional vocals Julia Ellison acoustic piano.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 7, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is a most unique, excellent mix of classical voice and harsh guitar sound. It is wonderful collaboration between classical and metal. If you are tired of the 'same old - same old', I would high recommend this CD.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mysanthropyk_overlord on December 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Let me first say that anything after this isn't worth buying. Without Copernicus working the sequencers, Aesma Daeva turns into an empty attempt at classical compositions, with enough holes in it to sink the Bismarck ten times over.

Here Lies One... is AD's swansong. Their main strength lies in the programming; the all-electronic songs (Disdain, Stay, Darkness, Stromkern) are pure perfection in that department. The mix of hypnotic sequences and keyboard lines and flawless operatic female vocals is found nowhere else. Some have compared this act to Dargaard; this is accurate on some level, especially vocally, but AD's sound is more geared toward electronica and metal rather than straight darkwave. The metal tracks suffer from a lack of a bass guitar and too high a pitch on the guitar, but Prassas can execute the axe pieces just fine. The a capella part on Sanctum is amazing as well. Highly recommended.
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By Joshua Dover on December 8, 2013
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This album is a fantastic mix of Goth and Electronic music, drawing lyrical themes and even direct quotations from the work of the great English poet, John Keats. The name of the album is derived from the inscription on Keats' tombstone, and the eerie atmosphere of the album does great justice to his poems and legacy.

Altogether, this album is a great work of art and it is very sad that Aesma Daeva didn't last long enough to create more beautiful music!
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