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Eparistera Daimones

Triptykon

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 19th, 2010
Label:
Prowling Death Records
Reviews:
12 reviews (avg. 93%)
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4. Shrine 01:43   instrumental
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Band members
Norman Lonhard Drums
Vanja Šlajh Bass
V. Santura Guitars, Vocals
Tom G. Warrior Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Programming
Guest/Session
Nadine Rimlinger Violin
Fredy Schnyder Piano
A. Acanthus Gristle Vocals (additional)
Simone Vollenweider Vocals (additional)
Miscellaneous staff
H. R. Giger Cover art
Norman Lonhard Engineering (assistant)
Thomas Gabriel Fischer Executive producer, Design, Concept, Producer, Mixing, Engineering (assistant), Arrangements
V. Santura Mixing, Producer, Engineering, Recording, Arrangements
Antje Lange Executive producer
Walter Schmid Mastering
Erik Ljunggren Engineering
Lars Klokkerhaug (R.I.P. 2009) Engineering
Vincent Castiglia Band illustrations
Fredy Schnyder Engineering (assistant)
Norman Lonhard Drums
Vanja Šlajh Bass
V. Santura Guitars, Vocals
Tom G. Warrior Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Programming
Nadine Rimlinger Violin
Fredy Schnyder Piano
A. Acanthus Gristle Vocals (additional)
Simone Vollenweider Vocals (additional)
H. R. Giger Cover art
Norman Lonhard Engineering (assistant)
Thomas Gabriel Fischer Executive producer, Design, Concept, Producer, Mixing, Engineering (assistant), Arrangements
V. Santura Mixing, Producer, Engineering, Recording, Arrangements
Antje Lange Executive producer
Walter Schmid Mastering
Erik Ljunggren Engineering
Lars Klokkerhaug (R.I.P. 2009) Engineering
Vincent Castiglia Band illustrations
Fredy Schnyder Engineering (assistant)
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According to the Triptykon Myspace page, "Eparistera Daimones" is Greek and translated as "to my left, the demons."
Allthough ''Daimones'' in ancient Greek means 'spirits' and not the soldiers of Satan as it is known from the Christian point of view.

Release dates:
Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy - March 19
U.K., Benelux, France, Greece, Denmark, Norway, Portugal, Rest of Europe - March 22
Spain, U.S - March 23
Sweden, Finland, Hungary - March 24
Japan (via Victor Entertainment) - April 21

Produced by Thomas Gabriel Fischer and V. Santura at Woodshed Studio between August and November 2009.
Engineered and recorded by V. Santura.
Mastered by Walter Schmid at Oakland Recording in Winterthur, Switzerland.
Mixed by Thomas Gabriel Fischer and V. Santura.
Violin sections arranged by Nadine Rimlinger, Thomas Gabriel Fischer and V. Santura.
Artwork by H. R. Giger and Vincent Castiglia.
The cover artwork has also been used for Order from Chaos' ''Stillbirth Machine'' .

Released in several formats including CD, Digipak CD, and Double Gatefold LP.
Also released as a Deluxe Mediabook CD (including a 28-page booklet and extensive liner notes).

Japanese bonus track:
10. Shatter (04:58)
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Added on: 2010-03-18 19:02:51 Last modified on: 2014-01-13 15:48:17
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