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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sand and Sea (3:55)
2. Where Once Were Rivers (6:50)
3. The Shallows (10:28)
4. Fathomless (9:23)
5. Silver Scales (Live) (7:56)
6. Serpentine (2:57)
7. Malum (9:09)
8. Fearless (0:57)
9. Snow Moon (bonus track available on download from Bandcamp only)

Line-up / Musicians

Brandon Lord Ross | bass, keyboards, vocals
Lynnette Shelley | vocals
Jim Harris | drums, percussion, vocals
David Carle | guitars, vocals

Alice Marie | violin & viola on "Where Once Were Rivers", "The Shallows", "Fathomless", "Serpentine", and "Malum"
Scott Weingarten | additional guitars on "Malum"

plus James Tunnicliffe | violin on bonus download "Snow Moon" (Live)

Releases information

Produced by Mark J. Montoro and The Red Masque at Philly Jam Recording, Philadelphia, PA

All songs recorded at Philly Jam Recording by Engineer Mark J. Montoro
and Assistant Engineer Josh Neill, except "Silver Scales" was recorded and engineered by Jim Harris at Aleo Studios, Lansdowne, PA and mixed by Mark J. Montoro at Philly Jam Recording..

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