Release date: 28 January 2014
Style: Melodic death metal


8.2 | 18 votes


13 have it
4 want it

01. Those Who From The Heavens Came
02. The Promethean Kings
03. A Betrayal Unfortold [feat. Eric W. Brown & Ralph Santolla]
04. Wrath Of The Fallen One [feat. Stevie Boiser]
05. The Ophidian Form
06. Prelude To A Perilous Fate
07. Destroyer [feat. Emily Low & Matthew Earl]
08. Onslaught Of The Covenant
09. Marching Through The Flames Of Tyranny [feat. Mark Hawkins]
10. The Ancients Of Shattered Thrones
11. The Path Of Apotheosis [feat. Chad Layne, Emily Low & Joseph Lampley]

Josh Harrell - vocals
Malcolm Pugh - guitars, vocals
Mike Low - guitars
Jack "Blastburn" Blackburn - drums
Nevin O'Hearn - bass, vocals

Guest musicians
Joseph Lampley - vocals
Chad Layne - vocals
Stevie Boiser - vocals
Eric W. Brown - vocals
Mark Hawkins - guitar solo
Ralph Santolla - guitar solo
Matthew Earl - clean vocals
Emily Low - clean vocals

Additional info
Produced, engineered and mixed by Malcolm Pugh and Mike Low.
Mastered by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio.

Guitars recorded by Malcolm Pugh and Mike Low.
Drums recorded by Logan Bennett.

Orchestral concepts composed by Matthew Earl, Malcolm Pugh and Mike Low.
Orchestral arrangement by Matthew Earl.

Artwork by Robert Gonzalez.
Layout by Alex Hoffman.

Found in 10 lists
Top lists

MechanisT Playing To My Strengths: Facing Death And Its Technicalities  | #138
Neiluria Top Albums 2014 By Neiluria  | #37
Chobo_jokeR 2014: From Professor JokeR's Perspective  | #32
Zaphod 2014: AM I NOT ENTERTAINED?!  | #29
LascaillesShroud Top Albums of 2014 (Work In Progress)  | #19
psykometal My 2014 Likes  | #6
EnigmaLake Best Of 2014 XIV...As It Progresses (Updated Weekly)  | #5
Coolingsrock Coolingsrock's 2014 Albums (Not For The Hearing Impaired)  | #6
More lists with this album (10) | Create a list! ››


‹‹ Back to the Albums
Comments: 3  
Users visited: 66  
Search this topic:  

Zaphod - 28.01.2014 at 23:17  
  Never expected to enjoy this. Since I didn't expect it to be cheesy shred-filled metal on speed.
Troy Killjoy - 16.02.2014 at 07:32  
Rating: 6 Streaming at their Bandcamp page for anyone interested. Seems like pretty standard melodic tech-death to me, but I'm sure others into that kind of thing will appreciate it a lot more than I do.
!J.O.O.E.! - 18.02.2014 at 13:58  
  Kind of don't mind it. The production is pleasantly rough and the melody offsets the usual tech-death sterility quite well.

Advertise on Metal Storm

Login or register to post here.

Similar topics

Forum Topic Similarity Started
Albums Sargeist - Feeding The Crawling Shadows 4.5 14.04.2014 by mz
Albums Skindred - Kill The Power 4.5 31.01.2014 by musicalkaratekid
Albums Young And In The Way - When Life Comes To Death 4.5 18.03.2014 by Góral
Albums Hannes Grossmann - The Radial Covenant 4.5 05.02.2014 by MetalDoomMaster
Albums Sinister - The Post-Apocalyptic Servant 4.5 23.03.2014 by RottingDeathHead

Hits total: 1213 | This month: 152