Blinding White Noise: Illusion and Chaos

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Blinding White Noise:
Illusion & Chaos
Skyharbor Blinding White Noise cover.jpg
Studio album by Skyharbor
Released April 23, 2012 (2012-04-23)
Genre Progressive metal
Length 47:58
Label Basick
Producer Keshav Dhar
Skyharbor chronology
Blinding White Noise:
Illusion & Chaos

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Blinding White Noise: Illusion & Chaos is the debut album by progressive metal band Skyharbor. It was released on April 23, 2012 through Basick Records. This is a double-disc album. Daniel Tompkins (who would later join Skyharbor) performed vocal duties on disc one (Illusion), and Sunneith Revankar (Bhayanak Maut) performed vocal duties on disc two (Chaos). The album features several guest appearances, including Marty Friedman (ex-Megadeth) who performed guitar solos on 'Catharsis' and 'Celestial'. Vishal J. Singh of Amogh Symphony contributed a classical guitar solo on 'Celestial' as well. New Zealand based musician and renowned producer Zorran Mendonsa played additional guitars on 'Trayus'. Disc 2 (Chaos) features largely harsh vocals with the occasional clean sung chorus, while Disc 1 (Illusion) features almost entirely clean vocals.

Track listing

Disc one

All tracks written by Keshav Dhar.

No. Title Length
1. "Illusion: Dots" 3:34
2. "Illusion: Order 66" 3:34
3. "Illusion: Catharsis" (featuring Marty Friedman) 7:08
4. "Illusion: Night" 2:15
5. "Illusion: Aurora" 4:04
6. "Illusion: Celestial" (featuring Vishal J. Singh and Marty Friedman) 7:02
7. "Illusion: Maeva" 6:44
Total length: 34:20

Disc two

No. Title Length
1. "Chaos: Trayus" (featuring Zorran Mendonsa) 4:51
2. "Chaos: Aphasia" 4:05
3. "Chaos: Insurrection" 4:45
Total length: 13:38



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