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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Hey Alice (3:48)
2. Collapse The Rabbit Hole (5:49)
3. The Queen Of Hearts (5:01)
4. Virus (4:15)

Total Time 18:53

Line-up / Musicians

- Jesse Leath / Bass, Vocals,
- Jesse Frizzell / Drums
- Bryan Blackwater / Lead and Rhythm Guitar
- Steven Gilliland / Lead and Rhythm Guitar
- Jon Snead / Vocals, Keyboards, Synth, Didgeridoo, Auxiliary Percussion

Releases information

Sound the Siren Productions 2009

-Desceiption of the album by the band-

The groups' first effort is titled "The Alice E.P." and is a four song concept album. The albums dynamics are comprised of several acoustic based scores, and a couple of songs with a progressive metal foundation. The lyrics express woe and discontent with the state of world affairs today, and are aimed at issues such as child abandonment, greed, politics, and military power.

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