The Serpent (album)

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The Serpent
Still Remains - The Serpant.jpg
Studio album by Still Remains
Released August 7, 2007
Recorded The Omen Room studios, Sonikwire studios, Studiotte
Genre Metalcore
Length 41:52
Label Roadrunner
Producer Steve Evetts
Still Remains chronology
Of Love and Lunacy
(2005)Of Love and Lunacy2005
The Serpent
(2007)
Ceasing to Breathe
(2013)Ceasing to Breathe2013
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
DecoyMusic.com 3/5 stars[2]
Alternative Press 2.5/5 stars[3]

The Serpent is the fourth release and second studio album by Still Remains, released on August 7, 2007 on Roadrunner Records.[4] The first single to be released was the track "Stay Captive," which was followed by "Dancing with the Enemy". The lyrics and title for the song "Avalanche" are inspired by the role-playing video game Final Fantasy VII. The Serpent reached number 95 in the UK Albums Chart.[5]

Track listing

All tracks written by Still Remains.

No. Title Length
1. "The Serpent" 2:14
2. "The Wax Walls of an Empty Room" 3:42
3. "Stay Captive" 4:09
4. "Anemia in Your Sheets" 3:59
5. "Maria" 4:32
6. "Dropped from the Cherry Tree" 3:40
7. "Dancing with the Enemy" 3:04
8. "The River Song" 4:00
9. "Sleepless Nights Alone" 3:42
10. "An Undesired Reunion" 3:24
11. "Avalanche" 5:21
Special Edition Bonus Tracks
No. Title Length
11. "What is Love?" 3:51
12. "Float Like a Feather" 3:39
13. "I Can Never Be Your Lover" 2:52

Personnel

  • T.J. Miller - lead vocals
  • Mike Church - guitar and backing vocals
  • Jordan Whelan - guitar
  • Steve Hetland - bass, additional vocals on "An Undesired Reunion"
  • Ben Schauland - keyboards, additional vocals on "Sleepless Nights Alone"
  • Adrian "Bone" Green - drums


  • Steve Evetts - production, engineering
  • Logan Mader and Lucas Banker - mixing
  • Allan Hessler - additional engineering, digital editing
  • Mike Gitter - A&R
  • Charles Dooher - art direction
  • Garett Zunt - art direction, package design
  • Todd Bell - photography

References

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ DecoyMusic.com review
  3. ^ Alternative Press review
  4. ^ ""The Serpent" - Still Remains". roadrunnerrecords. Retrieved 2014-03-29. 
  5. ^ Still Remains, Chart Stats, retrieved 2010-06-19
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