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|Studio album by Counter-World Experience|
|Genre||Progressive metal, Jazz metal, Experimental metal, Extreme metal|
|Producer||Benjamin Schwenen, Hans-Jörg Maucksch|
|Counter-World Experience chronology|
Response to Metronomicon was positive.
|1.||"Deus ex Machina"||Benjamin Schwenen||3:29|
|3.||"Fuego Barbarico"||Benjamin Schwenen||4:48|
|6.||"Deep Waters"||Benjamin Schwenen||6:04|
|7.||"Digital Dust"||Thorsten Harnitz||5:12|
|9.||"End of the Path"||Benjamin Schwenen||6:28|
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- Discogs page for Metronomicon
- Progarchives page for Metronomicon
- Counter World Experience official website
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- Atavachron. "METRONOMICON Counter-World Experience • Tech/Extreme Prog Metal". Progarchives. Retrieved 2012-08-22.
- Spirit_Crusher. "Counter-World Experience – Metronomicon". discogs.com. Retrieved 2013-03-23.