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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Singularity (3:38)
2. DeadByFiveOClock (5:24)
3. The End Of History (7:35)
4. Irons In The Fire (4:42)
5. Purity (7:49)
6. Something From Nothing, Part I (1:34)
7. Something From Nothing, Part II (6:57)
8. Something From Nothing, Part III (6:30)
9. Something From Nothing, Part IV (4:03)
10. Something From Nothing, Part V (2:58)
11. Hours (6:58)

Total Time 55:28

Line-up / Musicians

- Andrew Pimblott / vocals, guitar, synth
- Lee Campbell / bass guitar
- Michael Colman / drums and percussion

Releases information

CD/Digital released on Superstar Destroyer

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