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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Amnion (4:11)
2. Intrapartum (7:50)
3. Neophyte Visionary (6:33)
4. King Ivory Tower (8:12)
5. 54543 (4:10)
6. Détente (7:20)
7. Hypnagogic (9:06)
8. Qohelet (7:05)
9. Intramortem (7:53)

Total time 62:20

Line-up / Musicians

- Michael Armine / vocals, electronics
- Matthew Weed / guitars, keyboards, vocals
- Eric Jernigan / guitars, keyboards, vocals
- David Grossman / bass, vocals
- Bruce McMurtrie Jr. / drums, percussion, vocals

Releases information

Artwork: Jordan Butcher for Studio Workhorse

FLAC lossless download - self-released (2017, Bandcamp)

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