Sea of Tranquility
is the fifth studio album by the Swedish metal band Chapter V: Unbent, Unbowed, Unbroken HammerFall. It was released in 2005 through Nuclear Blast. The last track is followed by almost two minutes of silence and a short hidden track (0:15).
The album's title was inspired by the family motto of the fictional
House Martell of Dorne from the series " A Song of Ice and Fire" by George R. R. Martin, as well as the name of the songs "Hammer of Justice," "Take the Black" and "Fury of the Wild". The lyric "Nothing burns like the cold" from "Never, Ever" is taken from the first chapter of A Game of Thrones, the first book in the series.
The cover artwork was created by Samwise Didier.
Track listing [ edit ]
Oscar Dronjak, Joacim Cans 6:06
Blood Bound" Dronjak, Cans
"Fury of the Wild"
"Hammer of Justice"
"Born to Rule"
Stefan Elmgren 4:08
"The Templar Flame"
"Take the Black"
"Knights of the 21st Century"
(instrumental) Dronjak, Cans
"The Metal Age"
Jesper Strömblad, Cans 5:36
Personnel [ edit ]
Additional musicians [ edit ]
Conrad "Cronos" Lant [VENOM] - infernal voice on "Knights of the 21st Century" Patrick Benzer - keyboards; additional keyboard programming
Martin Meyer - clavinet on "Secrets"
Rolf Köhler, Olaf Zenkbiel, Mats Rendlert, Joacim Lundberg, Markus Sköld, Johan Aremyr - additional backing vocals
Release information [ edit ]
"The Metal Age" was included as a bonus track on the Brazilian release.
The album was also released as limited and numbered boxset (1,000 copies) containing the limited edition CD in a metal box, two HammerFall glasses, a HammerFall scarf and a certificate.
The limited metal box CD is available separately (10,000 copies) and includes an enhanced part: Blood Bound (video clip) and Making of "Blood Bound" (video).
The limited edition digipack includes an enhanced part: Blood Bound (video clip) and Picture Gallery, as well as a blue coin with the HammerFall logo on it.
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