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Consign to Oblivion Studio album by Epica Released April 21, 2005 Recorded Gate Studio, Wolfsburg, Germany, July-September 2004 Genre Symphonic metal Length 52:35 Label Transmission Producer Sascha Paeth, Olaf Reitmeier Professional reviews The reviews parameter has been deprecated. Please move reviews into the “Reception” section of the article. See Moving reviews into article space. Allmusic link Lords of Metal link Metal Reviews link Metal Review link Epica chronology We Will Take You with Us (2004) Consign to Oblivion (2005) The Score - An Epic Journey (2005) Singles from Consing to Oblivion "Solitary Ground" Released: May 12, 2005 "Quietus (Silent Reverie)" Released: October 21, 2005 Consign to Oblivion is the second studio-album by Dutch symphonic metal band Epica, and was released in April 2005. "Trois Vierges" features a guest appearance by Kamelot vocalist Roy Khan. The album's lyrics are heavily influenced by Mayan Civilization. The CD was released with copy control on it. This CD started a new "saga", called A New Age Dawns. This saga is continued on the album Design Your Universe. Stylistically, the album is more focused towards orchestration than other Epica releases and features heavy use of a chorus. Additionally, Mark Jansen's death growls appear less frequently, occurring on only three songs, "Force of the Shore", "Mother of Light" and "Consign to Oblivion". But a bonus track, the Death cover "Crystal Mountain" includes grunts, and a grunt version of "Quietus" was released on the "Quietus (Silent Reverie)" single, making it five songs with grunts. Track listing No. Title Lyrics Music Notes Length 1. "Hunab K'u (A New Age Dawns, Prologue)"   M. Jansen Y. Huts   1:44 2. "Dance of Fate"   S. Simons M. Jansen, Y. Huts, C. Janssen, S. Simons   5:13 3. "The Last Crusade (A New Age Dawns, Part I)"   M. Jansen M. Jansen, Y. Huts, A. Sluijter   4:21 4. "Solitary Ground"   S. Simons C. Janssen, M. Jansen, A. Sluijter, S. Simons The single with an acoustic version of this song was extracted from The Score 4:22 5. "Blank Infinity"   S. Simons M. Jansen, C. Janssen, S. Simons   4:00 6. "Force of the Shore"   S. Simons M. Jansen, C. Janssen, A. Sluijter, Y. Huts   4:01 7. "Quietus"   S. Simons M. Jansen, Y. Huts, C. Janssen, A. Sluijter, S. Simons, J. Simons The only single 3:45 8. "Mother of Light (A New Age Dawns, Part II)"   M. Jansen M. Jansen, A. Sluijter   5:55 9. "Trois Vierges"   S. Simons M. Jansen, C. Janssen, S. Simons Featuring Roy Khan 4:40 10. "Another Me "In Lack'ech""   M. Jansen M. Jansen   4:39 11. "Consign to Oblivion (A New Age Dawns, Part III)"   M. Jansen M. Jansen, A. Sluijter   9:45 12. "Linger"   S. Simons Y. Huts, M. Jansen, C. Janssen, S. Simons Bonus track 4:17 13. "Palladium"   instrumental Y. Huts Bonus track 2:54 14. "Crystal Mountain"   C. Schuldiner C. Schuldiner Bonus track, cover of Death song 5:03 Personnel [1] Band members Simone Simons - mezzo-soprano Mark Jansen - guitars, grunts, screams, orchestral arrangements Ad Sluijter - guitars Coen Janssen - synths, orchestral and choir arrangements Yves Huts - bass guitar, orchestral arrangements Jeroen Simons - drums Production Sascha Paeth - producer, engineer, mixing, acoustic guitars on "Dance of Fate" Olaf Reitmeier - producer, engineer Miro - orchestral arrangements, engineer Philip Colodetti, engineer, mixing Hans van Vuuren - executive producer, coordination and research Peter van 't Riet - mastering Additional musicians Roy Khan - vocals on "Trois Vierges" Epica Orchestra: Benjamin Spillner - violin Andreas Pfaff - violin Tobias Rempe - violin Gregor Dierk - violin Swantje Tessman - viola Patrick Sepec - viola Astrid Müller - viola Jörn Kellermann - cello Epica Choir: Melvin Edmonsen - bass Previn Moore - tenor Andre Matos - tenor Annie Goebel - alto Amanda Somerville - alto, vocal coach Bridget Fogle - soprano Linda van Summeren - soprano References ^ (2005) Album notes for Consign to Oblivion by Epica [CD sleeve]. The Netherlands: Transmission Records. v · d · eEpica Simone Simons · Mark Jansen · Yves Huts · Coen Janssen · Ariën van Weesenbeek · Isaac Delahaye Ad Sluijter · Jeroen Simons · Helena Michaelsen Studio albums The Phantom Agony · Consign to Oblivion · The Divine Conspiracy · Design Your Universe Live albums The Classical Conspiracy Singles "The Phantom Agony" · "Feint" · "Cry for the Moon" · "Solitary Ground" · "Quietus (Silent Reverie)" · "Never Enough" · "Chasing the Dragon" · "Unleashed" · "Martyr of the Free Word" · "This Is the Time" Compilations The Road to Paradiso Videos and DVDs We Will Take You with Us Soundtracks The Score – An Epic Journey Demos Cry for the Moon Series The Embrace That Smothers · A New Age Dawns Associated acts After Forever · God Dethroned · Kamelot This 2000s metal album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e