Involving almost constantly shifting time signatures, this is probably the most technically-complex track from The Soul Imprisoned. It draws influence from primarily black metal and progressive metal. It began as an indie-rock type of song, but then I played around with time signatures and it became this... thing.
Liberation (Pt. I) is the first half of the finale of The Soul Imprisoned. That which is imprisoned, must eventually be liberated, hence the title. This piece brings the story behind The Soul Imprisoned to the beginning of the end. It evolves from a driving feel into something much more dark, sinister and laced with elements of fear and confusion that represent the feelings of the character central to the plot of the concept album.
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