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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. And We Are Become As Strangers (0:55)
2. Jerks In The Obsolaire (5:12)
3. Descension (1:41)
4. Miles Past The Mark (7:08)
5. Alarms (8:26)
a. Alarms (Panic)
b. The Clearing And The Old Man
c. Alarms (Escape)
d. The Path Ends
6. :xx: (1:52)
7. Voiceless In The Dim (3:55)
8. Wraiths and Spectres (6:51)
9. The Grand Rat Procession (9:14)
a. Vermin (Revealing)
b. Forward To The Great Hall!
c. Windows To The Night Sky
d. Vermin (Revealing)
10. And We Are Become As Rats (8:31)
11. Ascension (9:15)
a. Story Of The Rats
b. Reflection In The Darkened Pool
c. Crossing The Divide
12. (...) (Hidden Bonustrack) (14:22)

Total Time 77:22

Line-up / Musicians

- Jeff Aldrich / vocals, drums, guitar
- Eric Hertenstein / keyboards, guitar, vocals
- Hwarg / guitar
- Daniel Gunnard Beamish Gibson / bass

Releases information

Digital album Self-released (November 13, 2015)

CD Self-released (June 2016, US)

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