Eschaton is the resulting merge of a stellar collaboration between Orphx (Christie and Rich) and Ancient Methods (Michael). In this interview, we discuss with all three members of Eschaton how this synergy came to be, the difficulties in collaborating through file sharing and their plans for the future. Dive in!
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