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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Reflection (2:04)
2. Solitude (7:14)
3. The Truth (5:48)
4. Evaluation (1:04)
5. What Remains (8:12)
6. Elephant Creeper (7:59)
7. Inner Thoughts (8:56)
8. The Lie (6:29)

Total Time 47:45

Line-up / Musicians

- Tasos Kibizis / All Guitars
- Vangelis Glavinas / Bass
- Andreas Alamanos (also in Bitter Almond) / Drums
- Vangelis Kakarougkas / Keyboards, Synths, Lead Vocals
- Lia Kolita / Backup and Additional Vocals at "The Truth"
- Charitini Anastasiadou (also in Scars of Tears) / Additional Vocals at "What Remains"
- Spiros Gelekas (also in Contemplation) / Vocals at "Inner Thoughts"
- Konstantinos Koskinas / French Horn at "What Remains" and "The Lie"
- Alexandra Grammenou / Oboe at "The Lie"
- Maria Maltezou (also in Deadfile) / Flutes
- Elli Anyfanti (also in Deadfile) / Flutes
- Despoina Anyfanti / Flutes
- Athina Doukaki at "The Lie" / Flutes

Releases information

CD/Digital self-released (2014)

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