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Requiem for the Indifferent

Epica

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 9th, 2012
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Nuclear Blast
Format:
CD
Reviews:
5 reviews (avg. 88%)
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2. Monopoly on Truth 07:11   Show lyrics
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3. Storm the Sorrow 05:13   Show lyrics
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4. Delirium 06:08   Show lyrics
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5. Internal Warfare 05:13   Show lyrics
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6. Requiem for the Indifferent 08:34   Show lyrics
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7. Anima 01:25   instrumental
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8. Guilty Demeanor 03:22   Show lyrics
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9. Deep Water Horizon 06:33   Show lyrics
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10. Stay the Course 04:26   Show lyrics
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11. Deter the Tyrant 06:38   Show lyrics
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12. Avalanche 06:53   Show lyrics
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13. Serenade of Self-Destruction 09:52   Show lyrics
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Band members
Yves Huts Bass
Mark Jansen Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (grunts), Vocals (screams), Lyrics
Coen Janssen Keyboards, Piano
Simone Simons Vocals, Lyrics
Ariën van Weesenbeek Drums, Vocals (grunts)
Isaac Delahaye Guitars (lead)
Guest/Session
Tanja Eisl Vocals (choirs) (alto)
Linda Janssen Vocals (choirs) (soprano)
Laura Macrì Vocals (choirs) (soprano)
Previn Moore Vocals (choirs) (tenor)
Christoph Drescher Vocals (choirs) (bass)
Simon Oberender (R.I.P. 2012) Gregorian voice (track 5)
Amanda Somerville Vocals (choirs) (alto), Vocals (backing)
Miscellaneous staff
Stefan Heilemann Covert art, Artwork, Photography (band), Art direction, Design (art), Logo
Miro Engineering, Arrangements (orchestral)
Amanda Somerville Lyrics
Jack Driessen Writing crdits (Tracks 5, 9, and 13)
Isaac Delahaye Arrangements (orchestral)
Coen Janssen Arrangements (orchestral), Arrangements (choir), Choir conducting
Sascha Paeth Producer, Engineering, Edition, Mixing
Yves Huts Engineering (bass)
Simon Oberender (R.I.P. 2012) Engineering, Edition, Mastering
Olaf Reitmeier Engineering, Producer (vocal lines), Edition
Mark Jansen Arrangements (orchestral)
Frank Schiphorst Writing credits (Track 5)
Yves Huts Bass
Mark Jansen Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (grunts), Vocals (screams), Lyrics
Coen Janssen Keyboards, Piano
Simone Simons Vocals, Lyrics
Ariën van Weesenbeek Drums, Vocals (grunts)
Isaac Delahaye Guitars (lead)
Tanja Eisl Vocals (choirs) (alto)
Linda Janssen Vocals (choirs) (soprano)
Laura Macrì Vocals (choirs) (soprano)
Previn Moore Vocals (choirs) (tenor)
Christoph Drescher Vocals (choirs) (bass)
Simon Oberender (R.I.P. 2012) Gregorian voice (track 5)
Amanda Somerville Vocals (choirs) (alto), Vocals (backing)
Stefan Heilemann Covert art, Artwork, Photography (band), Art direction, Design (art), Logo
Miro Engineering, Arrangements (orchestral)
Amanda Somerville Lyrics
Jack Driessen Writing crdits (Tracks 5, 9, and 13)
Isaac Delahaye Arrangements (orchestral)
Coen Janssen Arrangements (orchestral), Arrangements (choir), Choir conducting
Sascha Paeth Producer, Engineering, Edition, Mixing
Yves Huts Engineering (bass)
Simon Oberender (R.I.P. 2012) Engineering, Edition, Mastering
Olaf Reitmeier Engineering, Producer (vocal lines), Edition
Mark Jansen Arrangements (orchestral)
Frank Schiphorst Writing credits (Track 5)
Read They've done better 70% calderabanuet August 2nd, 2013
Read Designs the same universe,... 78% joncheetham88 May 8th, 2013
Read EPIC(A) 95% Cloud0129 December 12th, 2012
Read Epica's best album yet! 99% Bruce500 October 12th, 2012
Read Great Album 100% ayham qasim June 16th, 2012

IMPORTANT!
On a first version of the album, the song "Serenade of Self-Destruction" misses Mark's and Simone's vocals.
In apology Nuclear Blast released a free vocal version of "Serenade of Self-Destruction".
It is available for CD owners here:
http://www.nuclearblast.de/de/data/bands/epica/releases/track-download.html


Bonus tracks:
14. Deter the Tyrant (Grunt version)(Unreleased)

Digital Version:
14. Nostalgia (03:26)
15. Twin Flames (Regular Version) (04:47)
+ Digital Booklet

Digipack:
14. Twin Flames (Soundtrack Version) (05:02)
15. Nostalgia (03:26)

North America
14. Twin Flames (Soundtrack Version) (05:02)

European & Japan:
14. Nostalgia (03:26)

Other versions from the album:
• The standard edition features the 13 tracks
• The CD + shirt edition contains the standard edition of the album, along with a t-shirt in the size of choice.
• The digipak edition contains the standard album and the bonus track "Nostalgia".
• The 2-LP white vinyl edition is limited to 150 copies and contains an A2-sized poster.
• The 2-LP black vinyl edition contains an A2-sized poster
• The mailorder edition, limited to 500 copies, contains a wooden box, which includes limited digipak, exclusive instrumental CD as bonus, artwork postcards and certificate.
• The American edition features 13 tracks + the bonus track Twin Flames (Soundtrack Version)
• Instrumental 2 LP version (released by Nuclear Blast on 01 June 2012)

The song "Internal Warfare" is dedicated to the victims of Anders Breivik.

Recording information:

Recorded at the Gate Studio in Wolfsburg, Germany between September and November 2011
Bass Guitar recorded at The Huts Studio in Antwerp, Belgium
Piano and Key-solo recorded at CFJ Studios in Oss, The Netherlands
Mixed at The Gate Studio & The Pathway Studio in Wolfsburg, Germany, November and December 2011
Mastered at The Gate Studio in Wolfsburg, Germany, December 2011

Intro riff and verse "Internal Warfare" co-written by Frank Schiphorst and Jack Driessen & midpart "Deep Water Horizon" co-written by Jack Driessen.

Latin translation by Gjalt Lucassen & Jaap Toorenaar

Added by: Lord_Lexy Modified by: San_Sebastian
Added on: 2011-12-18 11:34:45 Last modified on: 2014-06-25 00:40:57
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