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A Lethal Dose of Truth

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Released  4 September 2012
Label  Sylencer Records, Inc.
Release date  4 September 2012
Length  75:22
Artist  Sylencer
Genre  Thrash metal
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Recorded  2006-2012, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Producers  Markus Johansson, Christian Olde Wolbers
Similar  Fate: The Best of Death, First Strike Still Deadly, Individual Thought Patterns, The Gathering, Human

A Lethal Dose of Truth is the debut studio album of the Chicago-based thrash metal band Sylencer released in 2012 by their independent label, Sylencer Records, Inc.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks written by Markus Johansson except where stated
(Lyrics to "Get It Up" adapted by The Heathen).

Credits

Sylencer
  • Markus Johansson – vocals, guitars
  • Johnny Rox – bass guitar
  • Kevin Talley – drums, percussion (Tracks 1-13)
  • Guest Musicians
  • Larry Tarnowski – lead guitar (Tracks 1-3, 5-12)
  • Metal Mike Chlasciak – lead guitar (Track 3)
  • Emil Werstler – lead guitar (Track 4)
  • Michael Angelo Batio – lead guitar (Track 7)
  • Roland Grapow – lead guitar (Track 7)
  • Steve DiGiorgio – bass guitar (Track 8)
  • Rob Caggiano – lead guitar (Track 10)
  • Jordan Rudess – keyboards (Track 10)
  • Christian Lasegue – lead guitar (Track 10)
  • Andy LaRocque – lead guitar (Track 11)
  • Marco Minnemann – drums (Track 14)
  • Steve Smyth – lead guitar (Track 15)
  • Sean Reinert – drums (Track 15)
  • The Heathen – lead vocals (Track 16)
  • Brendon Small – lead guitar (Track 16)
  • Gene Hoglan – drums (Track 16)
  • Production

  • Markus Johansson – Producer, Vocal Production
  • Christian Olde Wolbers – Vocal Production
  • Orlando Villasenor – Mixing
  • Maor Appelbaum – Mastering
  • Gianluca Trombetta - Editing, Engineer
  • Songs

    1Day By Day3:30
    2Eternal4:58
    388 Reasons to Hate5:12

    References

    A Lethal Dose of Truth Wikipedia


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