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In the Presence of Enemies: The Heretic and the Dark Master

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| Previous song = [[The Ministry of Lost Souls]] (Precedes Pt.2)
 
| Previous song = [[The Ministry of Lost Souls]] (Precedes Pt.2)
 
| Next song = [[Forsaken]] (Follows Pt.1)}}
 
| Next song = [[Forsaken]] (Follows Pt.1)}}
'''In the Presence of Enemies''' one of five Dream Theater songs that eclipses the 20 minute mark. Featured on their ninth studio album, [[Systematic Chaos]] it is split into two parts - the first and last tracks, because the band believed that it was a great opener and a great closer for the album. Some people class it as an epic. It's heavy throughout, with a five minute instrumental intro. Part 2 begins in a more atmospheric way and features haunting piano, and chanting during "The Slaughter of the Damned." When the 2 parts to this song are combined, it becomes the 2nd longest song Dream Theater has ever recorded, beaten only by [[Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence (song)|Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence]], which is 16 minutes and 22 seconds longer.
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'''In the Presence of Enemies''' one of five Dream Theater songs that eclipses the 20 minute mark. Featured on their ninth studio album, [[Systematic Chaos]] it is split into two parts - the first and last tracks, because the band believed that it was a great opener and a great closer for the album. Some people class it as an epic. It's heavy throughout, with a five minute instrumental intro. Part 2 begins in a more atmospheric way and features haunting piano, and chanting during "The Slaughter of the Damned."
   
 
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