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Scar Symmetry - The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neohumanity) Album
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Performer: Scar Symmetry
Title: The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neohumanity)
Style: Death Metal
Year 17 Oct 2014
Country US
Label Nuclear Blast
Catalog Number NB 3080-2, 3080-2
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 185
MP3 size: 2548 mb
FLAC size: 2249 mb
WMA size: 2138 mb
Record From: CD, Album

Scar Symmetry - The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neohumanity) Album

Tracklist

1Neuromancers5:11
2Children Of The Integrated Circuit2:25
3Limits To Infinity4:58
4Cryonic Harvest6:13
5Neohuman8:43
6The Shape Of Things To Come0:53
7The Spiral Timeshift4:50
8Technocalyptic Cybergeddon10:13

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NB 3080-2, 27361 30802Scar Symmetry The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neohumanity) ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Nuclear Blast , Nuclear Blast NB 3080-2, 27361 30802Russia2014
NBCLP 3080-1Scar Symmetry The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neohumanity) ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Blu)Nuclear Blast, Cargo RecordsNBCLP 3080-1Europe2014
NB 3080-2, 27361 30802Scar Symmetry The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neohumanity) ‎(CD, Album)Nuclear Blast, Nuclear BlastNB 3080-2, 27361 30802Russia2014
NB 3080-0, 27361 30800Scar Symmetry The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neohumanity) ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig)Nuclear Blast, Nuclear BlastNB 3080-0, 27361 30800Europe2014
NB 3080-2, 27361 30802Scar Symmetry The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neohumanity) ‎(CD, Album)Nuclear Blast, Nuclear BlastNB 3080-2, 27361 30802Europe2014

Credits

  • ArtworkTim Wezel
  • BassKenneth Seil
  • CoverMircea Gabriel Eftemie
  • Engineer [Drums Recording]William Blackmon
  • Engineer [Rhythm Guitar Re-Amping]Jocke Skog, Ola Englund
  • Lyrics By, DrumsHenrik Ohlsson
  • Photography ByErik Larsson
  • Producer, Recorded By, Mastered By, Mixed By, Guitar, Keyboards, Music ByPer Nilsson
  • VocalsLars Palmqvist, Per Nilsson , Roberth Karlsson

Notes

tracks positions are regular numbers expressed in binary numeral system.

Drums recorded at Studio Overlook.
All other parts recorded at Studio Kabyss.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 7 27361 30802 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 727361308025
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 09/16/2014 10:20:07.AM #132484 3080-2 2618550 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LN08
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI JI08
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 09/16/2014 10:20:07.AM #132484 3080-2 2618550 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LN08
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI JI06

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nuclear Blast Records
  • Copyright (c) – Nuclear Blast Records
  • Recorded At – Studio Kabyss
  • Recorded At – Studio Overlook
  • Mastered At – Studio Kabyss
  • Mixed At – Studio Kabyss

Video

Album

The Singularity Phase I - Neohumanity is the sixth full-length studio album by Swedish metal band Scar Symmetry, released by Nuclear Blast on 3 October 2014 EU. This is the first album of the Singularity trilogy, and the first Scar Symmetry album to be composed, produced, mixed and mastered entirely by guitarist Per Nilsson, and is the last album with Kenneth Seil on bass. The Singularity Phase I - Neohumanity sold 1,500 units in the USA in its first week and debuted at 199 on the Billboard 200. Album 2014 8 Songs. The Singularity Phase I - Neohumanity Scar Symmetry. Scar Symmetry - The Singularity Phase I Neohumanity 2014. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Текст песни: An elevated neohuman saw the world Mesmerized, immortalized to inherit Planet Earth to dominate A strange equation planted deep within its mind Cybernaut signals shiver through the free to Scar Symmetry The Singularity Phase I - Neohumanity The Shape of Things to Come, Neohuman and more. 8 tracks 43:24. Please submit an album correction to The Singularity Phase I: Neohumanity. About The Singularity Phase 1: Neohumanity. Neohumanity is the first album in a concept trilogy by Swedish Melodic Death Metal band Scar Symmetry. The album takes places in 2030, where Artilects, artificial intellects, control a major company centered around such machines, which have mental capacities far greater than those of ordinary humans. The album shows the drawing line between transhumanists who embrace the new technology, implanting some of it into their own bodies, and those who oppose the Artilects. The Singularity Phase 1: Neohumanity Q&A. Producers Per Ni. Scar Symmetry remains Scar Symmetry and remains as excellent as they've ever been, slowly reinventing their condition as to avoid being trapped in the evolutionary circle of bands rehashing the same album over and over and losing quality because of it hi, Eluveitie, but trudging along the path to posthumanism cautiously as to allow their fanbase to cast aside their. As expected, The Singularity Phase I: Neohumanity continues making relative strides in the post-Älvestam environment that finds the band actually breaking more innovative ground compared to the flaccid earlier output. Scar Symmetry has a TRILOGY of albums in mind for THE SINGULARITY, with Neohumanity being the first part. The sci-fi is strong with this one, as is the melo-death prog metal, which makes for an enjoyable and intriguing Symmetry's fanbase has been less than enthusiastic about the band since their previous vocalist's departure. And no one can blame them - not only has the vocal delivery by the new singer been generally inferior, but the songwriting suffered too, and perhaps most importantly: the production of the two post-Älvestam albums left much to be desired, detracting considerably from the listening , Per Nilsson, smart guy that he is, apparently wasn't deaf to all the criticism. But Per saw in it an opportunity to take all songwriting duties upon himself, going on to write Neohumanity all on his own. Based on the direction their previous album, The Unseen Empire , was going, it's not surprising that Scar Symmetry would continue to travel towards progressive metal, and The Singularity Phase I shows that they traveled real deep into that territory. Overall Impression - 7 As a concept album, The Singularity Phase I does a great job bringing forth an elaborate and articulate story that not only stands well on its own, but also shows promise for satisfying expansion