In Medias Res (Krypteria album)

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In Medias Res
Krypteria In Medias Res.jpg
Studio album by Krypteria
Released 25 July 2005
Genre Symphonic rock, symphonic metal
Length 53:50
Label Synergy Records / EMI
Producer Christoph Siemons
Krypteria chronology
Krypteria
(2003)Krypteria2003
In Medias Res
(2005)
Evolution Principle
(2006)Evolution Principle2006
Singles from In Medias Res
  1. "Victoriam Speramus"
    Released: 2005

In Medias Res is a studio album by the German symphonic metal band Krypteria, released in 2005. The album was released as an enhanced CD, which includes two video tracks: "Victoriam Speramus", "Get the Hell Out of My Way".

The album name (Latin for Into the middle of things) reflects the fact, that the band considers In Medias Res their first album,[1] while the band has worked together as Krypteria since 2001.

In Medias Res peaked at position 66 of the German album charts[2] and at position 86 in Austria.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Christoph Siemons and S.C. Kuschnerus, except where indicated.

No. Title Length
1. "Victoriam Speramus (Original Album Ver.)" 3:55
2. "Will You Be There for Me" 4:43
3. "Why" 4:43
4. "No More Lies" 3:45
5. "Quae Laetitia" 4:38
6. "Always and Forever" 4:37
7. "Concordia" 4:01
8. "Save Me" 3:26
9. "Animus Liber" (Frank Stumvoll, Kuschnerus) 5:00
10. "You & I" (Siemons, Ji-In Cho, Kuschnerus) 5:07
11. "Going My Way" 3:10
12. "The Tears I Cry" (Siemons, Cho, Kuschnerus) 3:57
13. "Carol of the Bells" (arr. George Winston, bonus track) 2:48

Credits[edit]

  • Ji-In Cho – vocals, piano
  • Christoph Siemons – guitars, keyboards
  • Frank Stumvoll – bass, backing vocals
  • S.C. Kuschnerus – drums, backing vocals, lead vocals on "You & I"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official Krypteria discography. Archived 2011-05-09 at the Wayback Machine. Note the *** on Liberatio which are explained on the album page.
  2. ^ "Krypteria Longplay-Chartverfolgung". musicline.de (in German). PHONONET GmbH. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "Krypteria in der österreichischen Hitparade". austriancharts.at (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved 24 April 2012.