This is so technical & aggressive I simply adore it, if they release the instrumental on CD I will be buying it, I highly recommend the instrumental version, I have no intention of listening to the vocal version 10/10
Noyan would like to thank:
Merve, for being everything to me. Ali, for bringing me to where I am today. Jimmy and Tom - without you this album would have been nothing. Ahmed, CJ, Brandon, Hayato, Christian, for all your contributions and support. Niklas Sundin for the awesome art. Tommy, Eden, Kyle, Colin and everyone else who listened to me and believed in me. Brian Shields, for being a NYN fan until the end. Rest in Peace.
Jimmy would like to thank his family, friends, fans, and fellow musicians.
Tom would like to thank:
Steinberg Audio, Soultool Customized Guitars, GoodTone Pickups, Engl Amplification, Winspear Picks UK, Loxx.
releases August 11, 2017
released August 10, 2017
Noyan Tokgözoğlu: Vocals, guitars, programming
Jimmy Pitts: Keys, Seaboard, Theremin, additional arrangements
Tom ”Fountainhead” Geldschläger:Guitar solos, oud, mixing, mastering
Maelstrom also written by Ali Mete
The Hallway also written by Ahmed Hasan
Solo on The Hallway by Christian Münzner
Additional vocals on Omnipotence Paradox by C.J. Jenkins and Hayato Imanishi
Solo on Maelstrom Part II by Brandon Morris
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