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Turn the Light On

Imminence

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1
Erase
Imminence
3:43
2
Paralyzed
Imminence
5:25
3
Room to Breathe
Imminence
3:56
4
Saturated Soul
Imminence
3:48
5
Infectious
Imminence
3:52
6
The Sickness
Imminence
4:03
7
Death of You
Imminence
3:27
8
Scars
Imminence
3:56
9
Disconnected
Imminence
3:47
10
Wake Me Up
Imminence
3:51
11
Don't Tell a Soul
Imminence
3:43
12
Lighthouse
Imminence
3:52
13
Love & Grace
Imminence
5:25
Total Playing Time    52:48
"The new Imminence album is called Turn The Light On which encourages to shed light on the darkness we carry within. The lyrical theme of the record is inner conflict, self-doubt, depression and self-destruction. Music has always been, and now more than ever, an outlet and a way for me to cope with these emotions. This is my testimony to my mental ill-health. It is the most soul-baring, personal and important piece of work we have ever made as a band.”
– Eddie Berg (Imminence)
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Arising Empire Studio Masters

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