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by Shattered Destiny

Progressive power/thrash combining influences from Death, Dream Theater, Megadeth and HammerFall.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Welcome
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2. Deceitful Heart
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3. Oblivion
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4. Epilogue
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Album Notes
Shattered Destiny is:
Vocals and Keys: JJ
Lead Guitar: Roman Guryev
Rhythm Guitar: Steve S.
Bass Guitar: Lena H.
Drums: Mark Zonder
Backing Vocals: Johan Aremyr, Pontus Norgren, and Joacim Cans

CD Credits:

All music and lyrics written by JJ
All songs published by Rock Chuvak, BMI

Produced by JJ with spiritual guidance from Joacim Cans

Drums Recorded at Zonder Studios, California
Guitars and Bass recorded at Archondarik Studio, Moscow, Russia
Keys and Synths recorded at SuspiriaWorks Studios, USA
Vocals recorded at Rogue Studios, Göteborg, Sweden by Martin Brändström
Mixed at Damagen Done Studios, Stockholm, Sweden by Pontus Norgren
Mastered at Fascination Street Studios, Örebro, Sweden by Jen Bogren

Artwork by Niklas Sundin |

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Contact info:
Jim Johnson
Phone: +1 314 537 7770

Special thanks: Joacim Cans, Roman Guryev, Andrea and Martin Brändström, Niklas Sundin, Pontus Norgren, Mikae Stanne, John Bonham, David Morley, Elena Hendrix, Collin Smith, James Arechederra, Steven Doeschot, Susan Crecelius, Johan Aremyr, and especially Elena Johnson



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