Ethereal Menace

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Ethereal Menace
The Awakening - Ethereal Menace.jpg
Studio album by The Awakening
Released July 1999
Recorded 1999 Nytesound Studios, Johannesburg, South Africa
Genre Gothic rock, industrial rock, darkwave
Label Intervention Arts
Producer Ashton Nyte
The Awakening chronology
Request
(1997)Request1997
Ethereal Menace
(1999)
The Fourth Seal of Zeen
(2000)The Fourth Seal of Zeen2000

Ethereal Menace is the third album by South African gothic rock band The Awakening released in July 1999.[1] The album utilizes elements of industrial music, a style later dubbed as "dark future rock" [2] by Nyte. Another music video was produced by South African Music Awards winner, director Eban Olivier's Concrete Productions, for the single "The March." The video was placed in rotation on MTV Europe.

Recording[edit]

In November 1998, the album Ethereal Menace was written, performed, engineered, and produced by Ashton Nyte, and mastered by Graham Handley at Street 16.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Ashton Nyte.

  1. "In Etherea"
  2. "Naked"
  3. "Chains"
  4. "Wasted Miracle"
  5. "Still the Sun"
  6. "Sentimental Runaways"
  7. "Nostalgia"
  8. "The March (part 1)"
  9. "The March (part 2)"
  10. "Dreams on Fire"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Intervention Arts (1999). "The Awakening - Ethereal Menace". Intervention Arts. Intervention Arts. Archived from the original on 2007-06-07. Retrieved 2007-09-22. 
  2. ^ HM Magazine (2004). "Ashton Nyte Interview". HM Magazine 2004.07. HM Magazine. Retrieved 2008-04-06.