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Departures

Illumination

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1.1
Voice of the Voiceless
Illumination
3:52
1.2
Hollow Disposition
Illumination
2:55
1.3
Giving up My Pride
Illumination
3:21
1.4
A Chance to Change My Ways
Illumination
3:24
1.5
Limb from Limb
Illumination
3:09
1.6
Homewrecker
Illumination
2:15
1.7
Underneath My Skin
Illumination
3:46
1.8
Holding On
Illumination
3:53
1.9
Invincible
Illumination
3:28
1.10
Separations
Illumination
3:33
Total Playing Time    33:36
“Despite my skepticism, with less than a minute into The Illuminations’ debut album I knew this was going to be something good... Although Departures may not stick out from the crowd, those who are fans of metalcore will thoroughly enjoy it.” - Tony Shrum, New Noise Magazine Rhode Island's The Illuminations brings us all the elements of post-hardcore with their debut album: from chugging breakdowns and virtuosic drumming to tasteful electronics and alternately clean and screamed vocals, Departures ticks all the generic boxes. A well-crafted release, this album boasts polished production and a cohesive vision.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – InVogue Records Studio Masters

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