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The Ascent Of Everest

Post Rock/Math rock


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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Trapped Behind Silence (2:45)
2. Return To Us (6:31)
3. Dark, Dark My Light (6:08)
4. Safely Caged In Bone (6:48)
5. Sword And Shield (7:25)
6. Every Fear (5:43)
7. In And Through (2:06)
8. From This Vantage (5:07)

Total time 42:33

Line-up / Musicians

- Devin Lamp / guitar, piano, synth, electronics, French horn, voice, producer
- Chris Click / Rhodes e-piano, organ, synth, clarinet, tuba, voice
- Casey Kaufman / cello, voice
- Dillon Smith / violin, voice
- Drew Binkley / bass

With:
- Rob McKinney / guitar, melodica, glockenspiel, percussion, voice
- Ashley Morris / viola, voice
- Jeff Ellinger / drums, voice

Releases information

CD Shelsmusic - SHELS019 (2010, US)

LP Future Recordings ‎- FR013 (2010, US)

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4.43
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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(57%)
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