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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Twas a Dream (1:59)
2. Charging (3:47)
3. Rising (4:15)
4. Oppose the Gates (1:03)
5. Fortunate Assembly (4:20)
6. Forest (1:33)
7. Ramkeizer (3:29)
8. Confrontation (4:15)
9. The Granzz (3:28)
10. Soon to Be (1:00)
11. Apotheosis (3:55)
12. Trek to the Heart (4:59)

Total Time 38:03

Line-up / Musicians

Nathan Day
Matthew English
Chris Kennedy
Allison Parrill
Jordon Walsh
Josh Young
Sarah Blackmore
Pat Sutow
Steve Walsh

Releases information

Recorded entirely in Yar Studio during February 2012, for the RPM challenge.

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