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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Prey (5:30)
2. On The Edge (6:54)
3. Post Mortem Illness (9:28)
4. Raging Hell (5:46)
5. The Fall Of Barca (10:17)
6. Collapsing (6:36)
7. Until The Sun (11:20)
8. Intoxicated (8:38)
9. The Thing Called Consciousness (8:38)

Total Time 71:07

Line-up / Musicians

- Jonathan Gagné / Lead Vocals
- Charles Lavoie / Guitars
- Samy Guenette / Guitars (Not recorded on this album)
- Anthony Hébert / Bass and harsh vocals
- Cédric Lepage / Drums and vocals

- Louis Verreault / guitars
- Antoine Baril / guitar (The Prey, guest appearance)
- Nathan Vanheuverzwijn / keyboard: recording and composition
- Marie-Pascale Gagné / vocals
- Roseline Marois Bernier / vocals
- Marie-Pier Gagné / cello

Releases information

CD/Digital self-released on July 15, 2016

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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
4 stars Tis band doesn't bring anything really new in the Prog Metal world, but they managed to craft some solid songs by absorbing all their influences to create a very good album. "The Prey" is showing an obvious Dream Theater influences on the electric side and some Opeth acoustic style in the middle of the song with a mix of death and clean vocals. We'll have this transition of acoustic to electric throughout the album. There is also some Karl Groom of Threshold guitar sound in the song "Post Mortem Illness" and "Raging Hell". This latter song will remind you of Metallica. The songs "The Things called consciousness" and "Until the Sun" are the quietest songs of the album. If the guitars are the highlight of the album, the good production of this album let you enjoy some interesting bass parts. I really enjoyed the flow of this album from the heavy to the light that let you digest this 70 minutes album.

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