Apokalupsis is a concept album in which we venture through the beginning of all creation until the inevitable apocalyptic war. Its primary focus brings to light alien existence and their purpose among humans. The album describes what they are, where they came from and how they manipulated mankind. It also elaborates on those victimized by abduction and why it occurs. Apokalupsis commences with God casting rebellious angels out of heaven. Unlike traditional stories, God sends them through space to stars created to keep them captive. One star for every fallen angel, countless stars for countless demons. At the heart of every star, there is a demon trying to break free and find its way to God’s greatest creation, mankind. In consequence, those that escape create massive solar flares and star quakes. By manipulating space time through wormholes, their search for human life begins. Some never escape and after billions of years collapse with the stars, forever forsaken in eternal solitude. Those who reach earth begin their deceit. Throughout history they have taken on many forms with the intent of building a foundation of deception; beginning with Eve and the serpent in the Garden of Eden. In modern time they disguise themselves as aliens, guiding the lives of great rulers (from pharaohs, to kings and presidents,) with the intent of destruction. In time they reveal what they are and inspire Armageddon.
Apokalupsis, once withdrawn, now visible to all.
All Songs Written, Recorded, Mixed and
Mastered by Ron Vento at Nightsky Studios: www.nightskystudio.org
Ron Vento – Guitars & Vocals
Mark Green – Drums
Jason Ian-Vaughn Eckert – Bass
Artwork & Design by Mike Hrubovcak
Guest Solo on “Phlegethon” (Solo 2) by Ryan Moll
“And After” Narration by Evelyn Fulcher
“Lo-Ruhamah” Outro by Cassie Morris