Behind Silence and Solitude

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Behind Silence and Solitude
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Studio album by All That Remains
Released March 26, 2002[1]
October 9, 2007 (re-issue)
Recorded January 2000–February 2000 at Planet Z in Hadley, Massachusetts[2]
Genre Melodic death metal[3][4][5][6]
Length 38:37
Label Prosthetic[7]
Producer Zeuss
All That Remains
Adam Dutkiewicz
All That Remains chronology
Behind Silence and Solitude
(2002)
This Darkened Heart
(2004)
Alternative cover
Re-issued album artwork
Re-issued album artwork
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[8]

Behind Silence and Solitude is the first studio album by the American heavy metal band All That Remains, recorded in early 2000 and released on March 26, 2002. It is the only All That Remains album with guitarist Chris Bartlett and bass guitarist Dan Egan.[9] A re-issued, remastered version of the album, with all new artwork, was released[10] on October 9, 2007.[11] The artwork was designed by Killswitch Engage bass guitarist Mike D'Antonio.[12] Being the band's first album, it is the only album not to include any singles or music videos.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Behind Silence and Solitude" 4:19
2. "From These Wounds" 4:35
3. "Follow" 4:02
4. "Clarity" 5:37
5. "Erase" 6:14
6. "Shading" 3:53
7. "Home to Me" 6:47
8. "One Belief" 4:30
Total length: 39:58

1999 demo[edit]

The band released a three-song demo in 1999 with songs that eventually ended up on the album. With the exception of "Follow", the songs appear in the same form as they do on Behind Silence and Solitude with almost the same production quality.

  1. "Follow" - 5:04
  2. "Shading" - 3:53
  3. "Erase" - 6:19

Personnel[edit]

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