SHELTER have finalized the track listing for their new album, "Eternal", due on May 15 via Dockyard 1 (Good Life Recordings is releasing the album in the BeNeLux, North and South America). The band's first album since 2001's "The Purpose, the Passion" will feature 11 tracks, including a reworking of "In Defense of Reality", which first appeared on 1995's "Quest for Certainty".
"Eternal" was recorded with the help of Ken Olden on guitar (BETTER THAN A 1000, DAMNATION AD and BATTERY) and Dave DiCenso, the drum professor who played on other SHELTER classics such as "Mantra" (Roadrunner, 1996), "Beyond Planet Earth" (Roadrunner, 1997), and "The Purpose the Passsion" (Century Media, 2001). The entire production shines with the assistance of the award-winning engineer/producer Chad J. Hughes, who does sound design for film and television in Los Angeles and develops up-and-coming artists.
"Eternal" track listing:
01. Meant To Be
02. Built To Resist
04. First Priority
05. Back To Vrindavan
06. My Chance To Live
08. Return To Eden
09. In Defense Of Reality
The song "Eternal" has been posted online at this location.
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