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Fiction (Dark Tranquillity album)

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Released  April 1, 2007
Language  English
Fiction (2007)  We Are the Void (2010)
Release date  17 April 2007
Producer  Tue Madsen
Length  52:14
Label  Century Media
Artist  Dark Tranquillity
Genre  Death metal/black metal
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Recorded  October – 22 November 2006, Studio Fredman and Rogue Music
Nominations  Grammis Award for Hard Rock/Metal of the Year
Similar  Dark Tranquillity albums, Melodic death metal albums

Dark tranquillity fiction full album


Fiction is the eighth studio album by the Swedish melodic death metal band, Dark Tranquillity.

Contents

The earliest release date for the album was set for North America on April 17, 2007.

This is the last new material to feature Michael Nicklasson as their bassist before leaving in August 2008 and the last release to be recorded at Studio Fredman.

This album marked a few returns of previous quirks the band had done in the past - the song "Inside the Particle Storm" marks the return of Sundin writing lyrics again since "Tongues" from The Mind's I, Mikael Stanne utilizes clean vocals in addition to his usual growled vocals on "Misery's Crown" since "In Sight" from Haven (Reissue) and a guest female vocalist on "The Mundane and the Magic" since "Undo Control" from Projector.

A limited edition of the album includes a bonus DVD with live songs, behind the scene footage, Character's "The New Build" promo video, and the "Focus Shift" video clip. In addition, the limited edition disc features an extended booklet layout, an alternative cover artwork, and includes also a free Dark Tranquillity patch.

An expanded edition was released in North America on May 27 and was scheduled for Worldwide release on June 23, 2008.

Dark tranquillity nothing to no one


Reception

The album was generally well-received, with the album being called "another worthwhile addition to Dark Tranquillity's impressive discography." It was also noted that the album was similar to Character, the previous album, in terms of musical style.

Expanded Edition DVD

The expanded version also contains a bonus DVD with over 45 minutes of live recordings and promo videos:

  1. "Focus Shift" (promo video)
  2. "Terminus (Where Death Is Most Alive)" (brick-movie)
  3. "Focus Shift" (rehearsal room video)
  4. "Blind At Heart" (live)
  5. "Final Resistance" (live)
  6. "Misery's Crown" (live)
  7. "Terminus (Where Death Is Most Alive)" (live)
  8. "The Lesser Faith" (live)
  9. "The New Build" (live)
  10. "The Endless Feed" (live)

Dark Tranquillity

  • Mikael Stanne − vocals
  • Niklas Sundin − guitar
  • Martin Henriksson − guitar
  • Martin Brändström − keyboards and electronics
  • Michael Nicklasson − bass guitar
  • Anders Jivarp − drums
  • Other credits

  • Nell Sigland − co-vocals on "The Mundane and the Magic"
  • Album artwork and design by Cabin Fever Media
  • Songs

    1Nothing to No One4:10
    2The Lesser Faith4:37
    3Terminus (Where Death Is Most Alive)4:24

    References

    Fiction (Dark Tranquillity album) Wikipedia


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