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Scorched Shore

Experimental/Post Metal

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Waves Of Oblivion (11:19)
2. Break These Chains (05:28)
3. Simple Cure (07:37)
4. Peaceful, Glazed (05:12)
5. A Forgotten Past (06:13)
6. Break Away (05:49)
7. Deep Breaths (06:05)
8. Nocturnal Calls (07:28)
9. Here To Stay (09:01)
10. The Curse Of Azreal (06:22)
11. Fields Of Grey (03:33)
12. Reconcile (04:52)

Total Time 79:59

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert Curzon / all instruments

Guest musicians
- Erik Peabody / all death metal style vocals, additional back up vocals on track 1
- Johnathan Martishius / guitar solos on tracks 1 and 9
- Joaquin Forster / vocal appearance on tracks 5 and 7
- Wade Mattesson / bass for tack 9, additional back up vocals on track 1
- Calvin Jaramillo / guitar solo on track 10
- Mark Tibbetts / composed bass line @ 2:40 on track 7
- Drew Whelan / additional back up vocals on track 1

Releases information

Released 15 June 2011
All songs written, performed, produced and recorded by Robert Curzon
Death Metal Vocals recorded by Erik Peabody
Mixed and Mastered by Robert Curzon

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4 stars This is a great eclectic album from start to finish. There are elements of metal, death metal, progressive rock and experimental/post metal elements, not to mention some electronic moments. The musicianship on this album are very good and tight, however i will say the production could be much ... (read more)

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