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Artifacts & Uranium

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Studio Album, released in 2022

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Spiritus Mundi (3:46)
2. Dive Bomber (5:09)
3. Shape Shift (6:31)
4. Silent Plains (2:37)
5. Radio Wolfen (4:44)
6. God of Panic (2:43)
7. Night of Comala (4:29)
8. The Inmost Light (7:15)

Total Time 37:14

Line-up / Musicians

- Fred Laird / organ, piano, ambient synth, bass, melodica, cymbal, drums programming, rhythm guitar, vocals
- Mike Vest / bass, lead guitar, electric piano, synth
- Nick Raybould / drums (2,5,6,8)

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Digital album, Self-released, bandcamp

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