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The Farthest Shore

AfterTime

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 25th, 2020
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
CD
Reviews:
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1. Battle of the Sea 08:50   Show lyrics
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2. Edge of the Earth 04:08   Show lyrics
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3. World We've Lost 04:33   Show lyrics
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4. Nimata Moíraís 05:06   Show lyrics
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5. Planetary Eyes 04:41   Show lyrics
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6. Sanctuary 04:51   Show lyrics
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7. Dare to Roam 03:43   Show lyrics
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8. A Journey Itself 05:09   Show lyrics
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9. Survive the Storm 04:49   Show lyrics
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10. The Aftermath 04:01   Show lyrics
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11. No Turning Back 05:06   Show lyrics
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12. The Farthest Shore 13:30   Show lyrics
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Band members
Chris Radke Guitars
Brad Sturgis Guitars, Vocals (harsh), Piano
AJ Blakesley Drums
Sarah Wolf Vocals, Choir (siren) track 1
Guest/Session
Melissa Ferlaak Vocals (track 10), Choir (siren) track 1
Stephen Decker Guitars (track 2), Bouzouki (track 2)
Angel Wolf-Black Vocals (track 4), Choir (siren) track 1
MPLS - imPulse Vocals (choirs)
Damara O'Malley Choir (alto)
Elise Severson Choir (alto)
Jaclyn Boyd Choir (alto)
Maria Lofstuen Choir (alto)
Kurt Hattenberger Choir (bass)
Michael Betz Choir (bass)
Noah Anderson Choir (bass)
Samuel Grace Choir (bass)
Bea Rendón Choir (soprano)
Heather Nelson Choir (soprano)
Katie Peroutka Choir (soprano)
Megan Myhre Grace Choir (soprano)
Ben Dulak Choir (tenor)
Bryan Waznik Choir (tenor)
Jack Vishneski Choir (tenor)
Mike Fairbairn Choir (tenor)
Miscellaneous staff
Luki Knoebl Orchestration
Jan "Örkki" Yrlund Artwork
Joost van den Broek Mixing
Tomas Goldney Translator (greek) track 4
Samuel Grace Director (choir)
Andy Gwynn Editing, Recording, Producer
Rob Frost III Engineering (choir)
Zach Hollander Engineering (drums & piano)
Darius van Helfteren Mastering
David Rubene Photography
Chris Radke Guitars
Brad Sturgis Guitars, Vocals (harsh), Piano
AJ Blakesley Drums
Sarah Wolf Vocals, Choir (siren) track 1
Melissa Ferlaak Vocals (track 10), Choir (siren) track 1
Stephen Decker Guitars (track 2), Bouzouki (track 2)
Angel Wolf-Black Vocals (track 4), Choir (siren) track 1
MPLS - imPulse Vocals (choirs)
Damara O'Malley Choir (alto)
Elise Severson Choir (alto)
Jaclyn Boyd Choir (alto)
Maria Lofstuen Choir (alto)
Kurt Hattenberger Choir (bass)
Michael Betz Choir (bass)
Noah Anderson Choir (bass)
Samuel Grace Choir (bass)
Bea Rendón Choir (soprano)
Heather Nelson Choir (soprano)
Katie Peroutka Choir (soprano)
Megan Myhre Grace Choir (soprano)
Ben Dulak Choir (tenor)
Bryan Waznik Choir (tenor)
Jack Vishneski Choir (tenor)
Mike Fairbairn Choir (tenor)
Luki Knoebl Orchestration
Jan "Örkki" Yrlund Artwork
Joost van den Broek Mixing
Tomas Goldney Translator (greek) track 4
Samuel Grace Director (choir)
Andy Gwynn Editing, Recording, Producer
Rob Frost III Engineering (choir)
Zach Hollander Engineering (drums & piano)
Darius van Helfteren Mastering
David Rubene Photography
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#12 is divided in 3 parts:
I. A New Haven
II. Crimson Sky
III. Theater of Earth

Official lyric video:
- A Journey Itself
- Planetary Eyes

Recording information:

Recorded Between April 2018 - February 2019

Mixed at Sandlane Recording Facilities
Mastered at Amsterdam Mastering
Engineered at The Terrarium
Edited and produced at Rez Room Studios

Added by: Gurudeath Modified by: Gurudeath
Added on: 2020-07-25 11:08:49 Last modified on: 2022-07-08 16:44:34