Welcome to the first official video for the new double-release 'ATLANTEAN SHORES' & 'AND SILENTLY THE AGE DID PASS' -- exclusively available from this site ( and out JUNE 22nd 2023!

This song is the opening track of the album(s), and features MIKE ANDERSSON (Tungsten, Star One, Cloudscape,...) on vocals!

Tom Tee: “A recurring theme in this song, and on the album, is that of the preciousness and fragility of life, love and beauty, and how important it is to cherish and hold on to these things, considering their often ephemeral and fleeting nature. Hence the album's title, 'Atlantean Shores' – as all of us in life are ever standing on the shores of beautiful things, that are always in danger of being swept away by tides and time. For this opening track, I wanted a fast-paced, high-energy song, yet with tons of melody, a catchy chorus, and a hint already of the acoustic and progressive elements that pervade the rest of the album(s). And of course, check out Mike Andersson’s vocals! He truly brings this tune to life and gives it the power and emotion it needs...” 🙂

The epic Progressive Metal double-album, featuring 23 songs and 2 hours of music, will be released on 2 CDs and as a luxury 3-LP trifold package, with inlays featuring full artwork, lyrics and liner notes. The vinyl edition is limited to 250 copies. The vocalists, in order of appearance:

- Mike Andersson (Tungsten, Cloudscape,...)
- Nick Holleman (Powerized, Methusalem,...)
- Sindre Nedland (In Vain)
- David Marcelis (Thorium, Lord Volture, Black Knight,...)
- Thomas Vikström (Therion,...)
- Audrey Dandeville (Irradiance)
- Roy Khan (Conception, Kamelot)
- Benny Willaert (23 Acez, Thorium)
- Henrik Fevre (Anubis Gate)
- Arno Menses (Subsignal, Sieges Even)
- Fabio Lione (Angra, Rhapsody, Vision Divine,...)
- Jeffrey Rademakers (Spartan)
- Lance King (Balance of Power, Pyramaze, solo,...)
- Louis Soenens (Fields of Troy)
- Georg Neuhauser (Serenity)
- John Yelland (Judicator, Principium, Disforia, Dire Peril,...)
- Anneleen Olbrechts (Thorium)

Video by Marvin Camalich

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