Deathanity (R3)

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    Deathanity was originally released by ODIN’S COURT in 2008 through ProgRock Records. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered by band architect Matt Brookins at D2C Studios between January 2007 and March 2008. In 2015, the band did partial records (e.g., Dimetrius LaFavors Vocals), a full remix, and a remaster to improve the sonic quality / production value of the album, renaming the album Deathanity (R3). The R3 standing for Rerecord, Remix, and Remaster.

    Deathanity (R3) is an ambitious concept album dealing with the effects mankind’s actions are having on the planet. Alternate views are offered through the use of instrumentation, lyrics, sound effects, and various vocal clips. Ambience, dynamics, and soul are combined with complexity, groove, and energy in a song oriented structure, to create a unique, surreal landscape. Each song, dealing with a different theme, is accompanied by a newly created word and definition in the album art.

    Special guest vocalists include Tom Englund (Evergrey) and Tony Kakko (Sonata Arctica).

    ODIN’S COURT draws from classic inspirations such as Pink Floyd, Boston, Queen, Rush, Metallica, Yes, and Journey as well as more modern bands such as Devin Townsend, Chroma Key, OSI, Porcupine Tree, Dream Theater, and Tool.

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Deathanity was originally released by ODIN’S COURT in 2008 through ProgRock Records. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered by band architect Matt Brookins at D2C Studios between January 2007 and March 2008. In 2015, the band did partial records (e.g., Dimetrius LaFavors Vocals), a full remix, and a remaster to improve the sonic quality / production value of the album, renaming the album Deathanity (R3). The R3 standing for Rerecord, Remix, and Remaster.

Deathanity (R3) is an ambitious concept album dealing with the effects mankind’s actions are having on the planet. Alternate views are offered through the use of instrumentation, lyrics, sound effects, and various vocal clips. Ambience, dynamics, and soul are combined with complexity, groove, and energy in a song oriented structure, to create a unique, surreal landscape. Each song, dealing with a different theme, is accompanied by a newly created word and definition in the album art.

Special guest vocalists include Tom Englund (Evergrey) and Tony Kakko (Sonata Arctica).

ODIN’S COURT draws from classic inspirations such as Pink Floyd, Boston, Queen, Rush, Metallica, Yes, and Journey as well as more modern bands such as Devin Townsend, Chroma Key, OSI, Porcupine Tree, Dream Theater, and Tool.

Entry: death·an·i·ty
Pronunciation: děth-ān'ĭ-tē
Function: noun
Etymology: From the Old English word dēath, death, the Latin words hūmānitās meaning human, and the Latin suffix –itās, expressing a state or condition.
1: the quality of life humanity brings to the environment, other species, and the earth’s balance
2: death of universal harmony through mankind’s actions

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released March 1, 2016

Produced, Recorded, & Mixed by Matt Brookins at D2C Studios

Mastered by Nelson Starr

All Music & Lyrics by Brookins except Tracks 1, 8, 9, & 11 by Brookins & Jackson; Track 4 by Palumbo & Brookins; & Track 10 by Ludwig Van Beethoven (arranged by Brookins)

Performers:
* Matt Brookins: Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards, Bass, Mandolin, Percussion, & Sound Effects
* Rick Pierpont: Guitars
* Dimetrius LaFavors: Vocals
* John Abella: Drums & Percussion
* Savino Palumbo: Keyboard Solos (Tracks 2, 3, 5, 7, & 8)
* Craig Jackson: Bass (Tracks 1, 4, 7, 10, 11, & 12)
* Nicki Brookins, Suzanne Warner, & Elena Hall: Backing Vocals
* Bill Green: Saxaphone
* Tom Englund: Vocals on Track 5 (Appears courtesy of Evergrey Music)
* Tony Kakko: Vocals on Track 8 (Appears courtesy of himself)

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