Digipak reissue. The Cainian Chronicle is Ancient's second full length release. The concept of the first part of the record (tracks 1-4) is a retelling of the story of Cain, based not on the traditional Biblical tale, rather on the supplement The Book of Nod of the Vampire: the Masquerade roleplaying game. The first son of Adam and Eve and the first murderer. It chronicles his casting out, his relations with Lilith (the first wife of Adam in this interpretation) and the leading to the procreation of their children, the Disciplines of Cain. The three part opus corresponds to three parts of The Book of Nod. "At the Infernal Portal" contains lines from Dante's Divine Comedy, and the rest of the album is based on traditional Paganism.
Digipak reissue. The Cainian Chronicle is Ancient's second full length release. The concept of the first part of the record (tracks 1-4) is a retelling of the story of Cain, based not on the traditional Biblical tale, rather on the supplement The Book of Nod of the Vampire: the Masquerade roleplaying game. The first son of Adam and Eve and the first murderer. It chronicles his casting out, his relations with Lilith (the first wife of Adam in this interpretation) and the leading to the procreation of their children, the Disciplines of Cain. The three part opus corresponds to three parts of The Book of Nod. "At the Infernal Portal" contains lines from Dante's Divine Comedy, and the rest of the album is based on traditional Paganism.
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Format: CD
Label: SOULSELLER
Rel. Date: 11/12/2021
UPC: 885150704400

Cainian Chronicle [With Booklet] [Digipak]
Artist: Ancient
Format: CD
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Digipak reissue. The Cainian Chronicle is Ancient's second full length release. The concept of the first part of the record (tracks 1-4) is a retelling of the story of Cain, based not on the traditional Biblical tale, rather on the supplement The Book of Nod of the Vampire: the Masquerade roleplaying game. The first son of Adam and Eve and the first murderer. It chronicles his casting out, his relations with Lilith (the first wife of Adam in this interpretation) and the leading to the procreation of their children, the Disciplines of Cain. The three part opus corresponds to three parts of The Book of Nod. "At the Infernal Portal" contains lines from Dante's Divine Comedy, and the rest of the album is based on traditional Paganism.