Transcend with Time | A Haunting Presence

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A Haunting Presence

by Transcend with Time

An eclectic mix of Progressive intricacies and New Age/Ambient atmosphere. A totally unique experience.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. A Haunting Presence
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7:20 album only
2. Hourglass Falls
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4:14 album only
3. A Silent Lullaby
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6:56 album only
4. Through Shifting Lines
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6:22 album only
5. As Darkness Prevails
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8:38 album only
6. Into A Solace Room
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5:16 album only
7. In Loving Memory
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11:01 album only
8. When the Evening Bleeds
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5:51 album only
9. Beneath
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6:08 album only
10. In Seclusion
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10:20 album only


Album Notes
"A Haunting Presence" was the 4th album. Released on October 1, 2009. That album was very personal and emotive. Its theme throughout was about trying to overcome life struggles. Even though the themes were of hardship, the music was genuine, melodic, atmospheric, and from the heart. Especially a song like "In Loving Memory" which featured the vocals of Brandon Strader. That song and the entire album was dedicated to my grandmother's passing.


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Kristian Persson

Immerse yourself into a haunting presence!
The music on ‘A Haunting Presence’ can best be described as progressive New Age/Ambient, sometimes infused with a small ammount of rock influenses. The soundscapes are highly melodic and ethereal, and will take you to places only your dreams can generate. One of my favourite tracks on this album has to be ‘Through Shifting Lines’ as it has a great deal of melodic guitar textures that shines through like a pendulum from start to finish. Other great notable tracks are ‘Into A Solace Room’ , with (as the album title says) it’s haunting and evocative feeling throughout, and the track ‘Beneath’ which is a rockier and more uptempo piece that keeps the pulse going on strong. The album closes in with the beautiful piano driven piece called ‘ In Seclusion’. This song is indeed gorgeous, especially if you play it loud using headphones!. All that said, ‘Transcend With Time’ will, without a doubt, immerse you into a haunting presence. It’s an astonishing and versatile album that demands attention and repeated listenings to really grow on you. It could perhaps best be described as a mix of Clannad (their instrumental works), Jeff Woodall and Simeon Harris. That said, pour all of these artists in a mixer and add some of Mark’s own imaginary ideas, and this is the music you’ll get!. Recommended!!

Radio 12XII:IIX12

We absolutely love this album! A definite must have for anyone looking to expand their New Age/Ambient collection. We are greatly anticipating future releases from Transcend with Time.

Mark Baston

Transcend With Time, A haunting Presence
I think this for me is Mark Mendieta's best instrumental work. He has acheived a level of excellence hard to pass. This is a journey of thought through musical magic and the song In Loving Memory which has some vocals is spine tingling stuff indeed. Its hard to categorise the music but I suppose it would come under Ambient, World. Treat yourself to a copy and lay back and chill.


Wonderful Find!
This is a pleasant CD to chill with. There are some dark overtones through out. It is like a glimpse of someones life, the highs and lows and in the end there is a positive outlook for their future. The vocal track surprised me at first, but is just as pleasant as the rest of the songs. Looking forward to more from Transcend With Time. Definitely get a copy for yourself!!