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The Faceless / In Becoming A Ghost (2017)

The Faceless / In Becoming A Ghost (2017)

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Performer: The Faceless
Album: In Becoming A Ghost
Label: Sumerian Records
Catalog #: SUM-882
Style: Progressive / Technical Death Metal
Year: 2017
Country: United States
Format: mp3 CBR@320kbps Stereo / FLAC (image/cue/log)
Size rar: MP3 (98MB) - FLAC (349MB) - Scans (175MB)
Host: Mega / GDrive
Recovery Record: 3%
Password: massacre

Tracklist:
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01. In Becoming A Ghost - 1:01
02. Digging The Grave Master - 5:12
03. Black Star Master - 5:39
04. Cup of Mephestopheles - 5:30
05. The Spiraling Void - 5:29
06. Shake The Disease - 5:43
07. I Am - 5:59
08. Ghost Reprise - 1:01
09. Instrumental Illness - 2:22
10. The Terminal Breath - 4:59
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Total Playing Time: [00:42:52]

Members in this Release:
Michael Keene - Guitars, Bass, Vocals (clean), Vocoder, Keyboards, Programming, Sequencing
Justin McKinney - Guitars
Ken Sorceron - Vocals (lead)
Chason Westmoreland - Drums

Guests/Session
Sergio Flores - Flute (track 2)
Derek Rydquist - Vocals (lead) (track 5), Vocals (additional) (tracks 6, 7)






• Release date:
December 1st, 2017

• Recording information:
Engineered, produced, mixed and mastered at Keene Machine Studios.
A&R at Sumerian Records.




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Category: Brutal Death, Melodic Death, Symphonic Death Metal | Views: 49 | Added by: MetalMassacre | Tags: The Faceless, United States, Technical Death Metal, 2017 | Rating: 0.0/0
Total comments: 3
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Which one is your favorite?

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Personally, Planetary Duality is my fav album of their discography. Short and straight to the point. It was the first one I listened from them (in particular, the song Xenochrist), and since then, I fall in love with The Faceless. 
I have to recognize that their latest is superb but, as I said, I prefer their second one.

Regards.

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I've only listened to Akeldama so this was the perfect opportunity to check them out.
Keep it up!


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