REDEMPTION: 'The Fullness of Time' European Release Date Announced

Massacre Records has set a July 18 European release date for REDEMPTION's much-anticipated sophomore album, "The Fullness of Time", featuring FATES WARNING frontman Ray Alder. The CD will be released in the U.S. on Sensory Records on June 21. The Brazilian edition of the album will include a bonus track — a cover version of FAITH NO MORE's "The Real Thing". A full-length MP3 of the track "Threads" from "The Fullness of Time" has been posted online at this location.

"The Fullness of Time" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Threads (5:43)
02. Parker's Eyes (6:15)
03. Scarred (7:56)
04. Sapphire (15:55)
The Fullness of Time:
05. Rage (5:01)
06. Despair (3:20)
07. Release (5:16)
08. Transcendence (7:59)

As previously reported, Alder was a guest musician for one track on REDEMPTION's self-titled debut (released on Sensory in 2003), and he joined the group on-stage at Atlanta's ProgPower festival in September of that year to perform this song. Alder and van Dyk also collaborated previously on a track on the first ENGINE CD.


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