Artemisia (album)

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Artemisia
Sun Caged - Artemisia.jpg
Studio album by Sun Caged
Released March 23, 2007
Japan May 21, 2007
Recorded April – December 2006 Pit studio
Genre Progressive metal
Length 69:57
Label Lion Music
Producer Hans Reinders, Paul,
Marcel and Rene
Sun Caged chronology
Promo 2005
(2005)Promo 20052005
Artemisia
(2007)

Artemesia is the second studio album by the Dutch progressive metal band Sun Caged, released on March 23, 2007 by Lion Music. The album features the band's current lineup, which has steadied after many replacements during the years of their productions. The Japanese version of the album features a cover song; "Land of Confusion" by progressive rock band Genesis.

Track listing

  1. "Lyre's Harmony" − 7:22
  2. "A Fair Trade" − 6:26
  3. "Unborn" − 6:27
  4. "Blood Lines" − 9:30
  5. "Painted Eyes" − 4:26
  6. "Engelbert the Inchworm" − 4:36
  7. "Afraid to Fly" − 7:09
  8. "Dialogue" − 8:24
  9. "Departing Words" − 8:05
  10. "Doldrums" − 7:32
  11. "Land of Confusion" (Genesis cover) − (Bonus track for Japan)

Credits

Band members

Guest musicians

  • Barend Tromp − (Fretless) bass on "A Fair Trade" and "Afraid to Fly", additional fretless bass parts on "Doldrums", Sitar on "Departing Words".

Other

Production

  • Keyboards were recorded at Rene's home studio.
  • Mixed by Marcel, Hans and Rene.
  • Mastered by Marcel and Hans.
  • All music written by Sun Caged, except "Engelbert", written by Sun Caged and Rob Van Der Loo.
  • All lyrics by Paul Adrian Villarreal.
  • Artwork by Jeroen Evers on www.porcupine.nl.
  • Photographs by Wim Van Het Hof.

Miscellaneous

  • Nick Hameury − voice of Engelbert
  • Lee Loveless − voice on "Blood Lines"
  • Amanda Loveless − voice on "Departing Words"

References


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