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Vault of Inner Conscience

Sindrome

Type:
Demo
Release date:
1991
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Cassette
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 86%)
Side A
1. Descending into Madness 04:52  
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2. E.S.W. (Extra Sensory Warning) 05:36  
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3. Astral Projection 04:31  
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4. Against Infinity 05:20  
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5. Exit Screaming 03:25  
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Side B
1. Descending into Madness 04:52  
  (loading lyrics...)
2. E.S.W. (Extra Sensory Warning) 05:36  
  (loading lyrics...)
3. Astral Projection 04:31  
  (loading lyrics...)
4. Against Infinity 05:20  
  (loading lyrics...)
5. Exit Screaming 03:25  
  (loading lyrics...)
  23:44  
Band members
Shaun Glass Bass
Mick Vega Guitars
Troy Dixler Vocals
Tony Ochoa Drums
Ken Savich Guitars
Miscellaneous staff
Dan Scholz Artwork
Rob Welsh Recording
Mick Vega Recording
Troy Dixler Executive producer, Lyrics
Tom Morris Producer, Engineering
Steve Coress Photography
Shaun Glass Bass
Mick Vega Guitars
Troy Dixler Vocals
Tony Ochoa Drums
Ken Savich Guitars
Dan Scholz Artwork
Rob Welsh Recording
Mick Vega Recording
Troy Dixler Executive producer, Lyrics
Tom Morris Producer, Engineering
Steve Coress Photography
Read A Step Further in Technique! 86% CHRISTI_NS_ANITY8 November 1st, 2008
Read Who the hell does concept... 85% PriestofSadWings October 10th, 2007

Music & arrangements by Sindrome
Lyrics & concept by Troy Dixler

Vault of Inner Conscience

follows an individuals passage into another dimension where future events are revealed. After having reoccurring dreams of horrifying visions, this person tries to dismiss them as fantasies, but is forced to face the questions of whether they are real; who is sending them; and why are they directed to him. A voice in his dreams explains that these scenes are impending prophecies. After learning that he is being channelled by a spirit and has a divine gift of seeing into the future, he is able to confront these negative images. The entity instructs him on how to separate his soul from his physical body through astral projection. They travel through dimensions of darkness together and see a time of great suffering that could extinguish civilization. The antichrist appears before them as a figure that all people can relate to without realizing its true identity. The spirit assures this individual that he was chosen to change the course of our predetermined future and could be the world�s Saviour if people will believe him. After returning to the present day, he tries to spread his message, only to be rejected as a false preacher. Completely powerless and alone with his visions, the individual must depart from this world or risk insanity. He decides to separate his soul from his physical being and live immune from the impact that will soon face us all.

Fantasy or reality?

also available on vinyl (picture disc, limited to 200 copies) on Dust Records in 2002.

Recording information:

Engineered by Tom Morris
Produced by Tom Morris & Sindrome
Executive production by Troy dixler
Guitars recorded by Mick Vega & Rob Welsh
Additional effects by Soundsmith Productions
Recorded and mixed at Morrisound Studios, Tampa, Florida
Mastered at Fuller Sound, Miami, Florida
Completed on January 4-22, 1991
Illustration by Dan Scholz

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