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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Come Into The Divide (3:15)
2. Parasitical (3:28)
3. Context (5:11)
4. Perilous Love (4:03)
5. Path Of Folly (5:21)
6. Oblivion (9:17)
7. Transcience (3:42)
8. Disillusion (8:54)
9. Absence (6:43)
10. Radiance (3:58)

Total Time 53:52

Line-up / Musicians

- Tanner Merritt / lead vocals, guitar
- Johnny Dang / guitar
- Jordan McGhin / guitar
- Michael Martens / drums
- Anton Dang / bass

Releases information

2LP Triple Crown Records 03168-1 (2013)
CD Triple Crown Records 03168-2 (2013)

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