Discography

Equanimity Regenerated

November 2020

1 – Wanderer’s Path (3:50)
2 – Ark of Light (7:50)
3 – Ocean of Vigor (7:34)
4 – Starseeker (6:06)

Equanimity Regenerated is a remake of the 2019 EP featuring improved production quality and an instrumental arrangement reminiscent of Verity.

Artwork by Belén Morante.
Logo and lettering by Wappenschmied.

Verity

April 2020

1 – Sentinel of Stars (4:30)
2 – Stellar Domain (7:47)
3 – Radiant Realms (6:50)
4 – Tides of Reality (6:23)

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Verity was written shortly after Equanimity and utilizes both synthesizers and orchestral textures to create a transcendent soundscape; refining the elements used in previous work and applying them toward the the goal of creating a mystical, epic, and powerful atmosphere.

Artwork by Belén Morante.
Logo and lettering by Wappenschmied.

Equanimity

January 2019

1 – Wanderer’s Path (3:44)
2 – Ark of Light (7:54)
3 – Ocean of Vigor (7:37)
4 – Starseeker (5:27)

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Equanimity marks an evolution in the sound of Akyrviron, with lower tuned guitars and bass, a generally slower pacing (with the exception of Ocean of Vigor) and an increased emphasis on both atmosphere and soundscape. This trend was further explored and expanded upon in the subsequent release, Verity.

Artwork by Belén Morante.
Logo and lettering by Wappenschmied.

Harmony’s Bastion

November 2016

1 – Utopia’s Beacon (2:24)
2 – Harmony Sanctum (7:26)
3 – Solar Regeneration (7:48)
4 – Sovereign Realm (6:06)
5 – Idyllic Path (6:32)
6 – Serenity’s Sun (7:35)
7 – Creation’s Storm (5:49)
8 – Sapphire Seas (7:35)

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Harmony’s Bastion is ultimately the last full-length release of Akyrviron that could be considered to be mostly within the symphonic power/folk metal genre. In some ways, it is the end of an era, but despite this, many elements have remained consistent on later work despite the genre and pacing shift.

Artwork by Belén Morante.
Logo and lettering by Wappenschmied.

Dreamscape Requiem

November 2014

1 – Endless Horizon (2:47)
2 – Infinity’s Shores (8:25)
3 – Skies of Destiny (7:00)
4 – Immortal Sun (7:25)
5 – Azure Kingdom (6:13)
6 – Diamond Waves (7:26)
7 – Realm Beyond (7:58)
8 – Solace Everlasting (5:30)

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Dreamscape Requiem broke away from standard songwriting conventions resulting in tracks that are much less rigid in their structure than previous work. The sound of the album is fairly unique when compared with the rest of the discography, and contains many elements reminiscent of old video game music.

Artwork by Johannes Kert Roots.
Logo and lettering by Wappenschmied.

World Beyond (single)

June 2013

1 – World Beyond (8:06)

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This single was a “trial run” of various virtual instruments, continuing the trend of power/folk metal from Light of the Ages.

Logo by Wappenschmied.

Light of the Ages

January 2013

1 – Celestial Return (2:22)
2 – Infinite Sky (7:05)
3 – Eternal Bond (6:42)
4 – Deathless One (6:23)
5 – Somber Mists (2:56)
6 – Raindrifter (6:11)

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The sophomore Akyrviron release was a refined version of Journeys From A New Era; a blend of symphonic, power, and folk metal with an enhanced production quality and polish.

Journeys From A New Era

September 2011

1 – Intro (2:20)
2 – Beyond the Gates (5:47)
3 – Renewal in the Sky (6:21)
4 – Lands of Tranquility (2:09)
5 – The Starlit Path (2:13)
6 – Heathen (7:13)
7 – Fallen Heart (4:03)
8 – Timeless Spirit (6:31)
9 – The Fire of Life (3:20)
10 – The Tides of Existence (5:19)

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The debut Akyrviron album was very much an experiment in finding a direction and vision for the music. Some of the songs were written with a vocalist in mind, made apparent by the structuring of the songs. The basics of the soundscape originating here have remained in place on all subsequent Akyrviron releases.