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8 thoughts on “ Godhead - The Shadow Line (CD, Album)

  1. This album, later confirmed to be titled At the Edge of the World, features studio material, as well as five remixes, and contains artwork by English artist Sam Shearon. Throughout their career, Godhead has toured on their own, as well as with Ozzfest, Marilyn Manson, Disturbed, Rammstein, Mudvayne, Orgy, Static-X, Ra, Ill Niño, The Dreaming, Gravity Kills, SOiL and American Head Charge.
  2. Apr 29,  · Breathing new life into an old album, The Shadow Realigned presents an alternative perspective to that of Godhead's release, The Shadow resslorelifitbackcontdimiscwealthpostcrow.coinfo absolute opposite of .
  3. Mar 26,  · Godhead’s new remix album, The Shadow Realigned, features 14 remixes from 14 different producers, all friends of Godhead. “I also went back into the vault and finished three unreleased tracks, the Godhead original ‘To Heal’ and two covers: ‘Never Let Me Down Again’ by Depeche Mode and ‘God of Thunder’ by Kiss,” Miller continues.
  4. The Shadow Line is the sixth studio album by the industrial rock band Godhead, released on August 29, Background. In , frontman Jason C. Miller invited James O'Connor to return as the band's drummer, which he accepted. Following the completion of The Shadow Line, however, O'Connor left the group for a second time.
  5. Godhead Albums: “Evolver”, “Evolver”, “Shadow Line”, “Non-Stop Ride”, “The Shadow Line”.
  6. Nov 15,  · "The Shadow Line" has pushed Godhead to a new point in their musical careers and the songs on this album are by far their best and well thought out. The entire album alone is worth the purchase for any fan of Godhead and any fan of melodic rock in the vain of Staind, Soil, Drowning Pool, or Static-X, and the DVD is equally impressive.
  7. Los Angeles-based industrial metal band Godhead recently released The Shadow Realigned, a new album consisting of 14 remixed versions of carefully selected tracks from the band's catalog, plus two cover tunes and a new, previously unreleased song called "To Heal.". The 14 remixes were created by 14 different producers. Together, they make for an interesting slab of music for fans of industrial.

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