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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Broken (Arms of Heaven) (4:16)
2. Breathing Sulfur (5:52)
3. Among Strangers (4:45)
4. Into Ashes (7:06)
5. The Seeker (4:52)
6. Unspoken Tragedy (5:18)
7. Intention Esperiment (4:17)
8. Halfway To Nowhere (3:48)

Total Time 47:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Brian Dobbs / Bass
- Tanvir Tomal / Drums, Vocals
- Navid Rashid / Vocals, Guitars
- Farhad Hossain / Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Programming

Releases information

CD/Digital self-released March 10, 2011.

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