Exile (To-Mera album)

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Studio album by To-Mera
Released 24 September 2012
Genre Progressive metal
Length 65:07
Label Illusionary
Producer Brett Caldas-Lima
To-Mera chronology

Exile is the third studio album from the British progressive metal band To-Mera. It is the band's first full-length release with keyboardist Richard Henshall, who joined them prior to recording their 2009 EP Earthbound.

The cover artwork was done by vocalist Julie Kiss, and features the To-Mera logo design of Eliran Kantor.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics and vocal melodies by Julie Kiss. All music by Thomas MacLean except as noted. All songs arranged by To-Mera. All piano and orchestral arrangements by Richard Henshall.[1]

  1. "Inviting the Storm" (MacLean, Henshall) - 3:02
  2. "The Illusionist" (To-Mera) - 7:21
  3. "The Descent" - 7:53
  4. "Deep Inside" - 6:46
  5. "Broken" - 10:04
  6. "End Game" - 6:12
  7. "Surrender" - 11:04
  8. "All I Am" (MacLean, Henshall) - 12:45


Band members
Additional musicians
  • Marcela Bovio - violin on "The Illusionist"
  • Stephan Forté - vocals on "Descent"
  • Raymond Hearne - percussion and tuba on "Inviting the Storm", "The Illusionist", "Broken", and "Surrender"
  • Brett Caldas-Lima - producer, engineer, mixing


  1. ^ "TO-MERA Exile music reviews and MP3". Progarchives.com. Retrieved 2012-10-20. 

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