11 - Track concept debut album from Yesterday's Saints
It is the story of Satan throughout time: from his desire to usurp the throne of God to his modern infiltration of all mankind, with the indication that everyone on Earth is now a descendant of Satan. The album opens with a flashback: what corresponds chronologically to a third song is actually listed as the first track. The story then resumes from its chronological beginning starting on track 2. The final song alludes to two theories of the universe: the one that asserts we are all a figment of a man's dream; and multi-dimensional membrane theory, where the "Big Bang" was/will be the result of an intersection/collision between our current dimensional membrane and a parallel one. As a result of either theory, whether "the man" waking up or the collision between dimensional membranes, the end of days is the outcome. Time is then reset again by the man falling asleep again or the explosion of another "Big Bang".
Mixed by Kevin Gutierrez (RIAA platinum certified) Mastered by Alan Douches (Credits include: Cannibal Corpse, Motorhead, Revocation) Art by Vance Kelly (Credits include: Mastodon, Slayer, Ghost, Motley Crue) Run time 59:10
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"Luctus in Mane" (Latin pronounced "louk-toos een may-nay"). English translation: Mourning the Morning. Instrumental, Church bells as a "death knell", cello and violin. Final measures of cello and violin take the musical key, tempo, and rhythm of "Fall of the Ancients".