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Australasia Studio album by Pelican Released November 4, 2003 Recorded Spring 2003, Volume Studios, Chicago Genre Atmospheric sludge Doom metal Post-metal Length 50:18 Label Hydra Head Records (HH666-75) Producer Sanford Parker, Pelican Professional reviews Allmusic link Dusted (Positive) link Scenepointblank.com link Pelican chronology Pelican (2001) Australasia (2003) March into the Sea (2005) Australasia is the full-length debut album by Chicago post-metal band Pelican. It was released November 4, 2003 on Hydra Head Records. Guitarist Trevor de Brauw has noted that because of budget restrictions, the Australasia sessions had to be rushed. The studio was also under construction during recording and had a few impediments.[1] Despite this, critical reception has been largely positive. Contents 1 Track listing 2 Vinyl version 3 Personnel 3.1 Band members 3.2 Other personnel 4 References // Track listing All tracks written by Pelican. "NightEndDay" – 11:15 "Drought" – 8:24 "Angel Tears" – 10:59 "GW" – 3:34 "Untitled" – 5:20 "Australasia" – 10:49 Vinyl version Side A: 1: "NightEndDay" - 11:15 Side B: 1. "Drought" - 8:24 2. "GW" - 3:34 Side C: 1. "Angel Tears" - 10:59 2. "Untitled" - 5:20 Side D: 1. "Australasia" - 10:49 Personnel Band members Trevor de Brauw – guitar Bryan Herweg – bass, cover and insert photography Larry Herweg – drums Laurent Schroeder-Lebec – guitar Other personnel Andrew Furse – singing saw on the untitled track Jason Hellman – album artwork and design Sanford Parker – production and mixing Aaron Turner – album artwork and design Gregory White – cover and insert photography Nick Zampiello – mastering References ^ "Pelican: Interview With Trevor de Brauw". HailMetal.com. October 31, 2005. http://www.hailmetal.com/gate.html?name=MReviews&op=show&rid=193. Retrieved March 28, 2008.  v • d • e Pelican Trevor de Brauw · Bryan Herweg · Larry Herweg · Laurent Schroeder-Lebec Albums Australasia · The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw · City of Echoes · What We All Come to Need EPs Pelican · March into the Sea · Pink Mammoth · Ephemeral Other releases Split with Mono · After the Ceiling Cracked (DVD) · Split with These Arms Are Snakes This 2000s metal album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e