Isolation (Carpathian album)

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"Isolation"
Isolationcover.jpg
Studio album by Carpathian
Released Australia 2 August 2008
Recorded The Getaway Group, Boston and Complex Studios, Melbourne
Genre Metalcore
Length 25:57
Label Resist Records
Deathwish (DWI79)
Producer Jay Maas & Roman Koester
Carpathian chronology
Wrecked 7" (2007) Isolation
(2008)
Carpathian/Shipwreck AD (2009)

Isolation is the second studio album by Australian hardcore punk band Carpathian. The album peaked at No. 19 on the Australian ARIA Charts. The song "'Permanent" takes lyrics from "Something Must Break" by Joy Division. The title track and "Ceremony" also share their names with Joy Division songs. It reached No. 1 in the ShortFastLoud top 40 countdown of the year on triple J.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Isolation" 1:43
2. "Cursed" 3:03
3. "Spirals" 2:00
4. "Insomnia" 2:33
5. "The Cold Front" 2:58
6. "Deadbeats..." 1:45
7. "Sun Heights" 2:53
8. "Seventyk" 3:09
9. "Ceremony" 3:02
10. "Permanent" 2:49

Charts[edit]

Charts (2008) Peak
position
Australian ARIA Albums Chart[1] 19

Personnel[edit]

  • Martin Kirby - vocals
  • Josh Manitta - guitar
  • Lloyd Carroll - guitar
  • Ed Redclift - bass guitar, additional vocals on "Deadbeats..."
  • David Bichard - drums
  • JD of Shipwreck Ad - additional lyrics and vocals on "Cursed"
  • Pat Flynn of Have Heart - additional vocals on "Ceremony"
  • Roman Koester - drum recording
  • Tony 'Jack The Bear' Mantz - mastering at Deluxe Mastering, Melbourne
  • DFAXXX - design

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Australian charts - Carpathian". australian-charts.com. Retrieved 3 June 2011.