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Let the Light In

Ashes Remain

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1.1
Rise
Ashes Remain
3:11
1.2
On Fire
Ashes Remain
3:09
1.3
All of Me
Ashes Remain
3:43
1.4
Always Faithful
Ashes Remain
3:55
1.5
Six Feet Down
Ashes Remain
2:51
1.6
Greater Things
Ashes Remain
3:22
1.7
Captain
Ashes Remain
3:14
1.8
Criminal
Ashes Remain
3:13
1.9
Follow
Ashes Remain
3:17
1.10
All I Need
Ashes Remain
5:23
Total Playing Time    35:18
Baltimore melodic hardcore crew Ashes Remain celebrate fifteen years of heavy music with Let The Light In, their fourth national release. Produced by 7eventh Time Down frontman Mikey Howard, with lead Christian AC/Hot AC/CHR single "All of Me" produced by GRAMMY®-winner Seth Mosley and Mike "X" O'Connor, Let The Light In heralds Ashes Remain's highly-anticipated return to the studio following a six-year recording hiatus. The album features 10 tracks, from driving rock anthems to pop ballads, showcasing the sonic diversity long synonymous with the acclaimed group.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BEC Recordings Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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