Rebirth of the Temple

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Rebirth of the Temple
Studio album by Silent Civilian
Released May 2, 2006
Recorded Undercity Recordings;
North Hollywood, CA
Genre Metalcore
Length 63:58
Label Mediaskare Records
Producer Logan Mader
Silent Civilian chronology
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Rebirth of the Temple is the debut studio album by the metalcore music group Silent Civilian. It was released on May 2, 2006 via Mediaskare Records. The album contains two enhanced videos - one music video for the song "Rebirth of the Temple" and a behind-the-scenes look at how the album was made. In the music video, Wayne Static from Static-X and Roy Mayorga from Stone Sour can be seen on the left at the start.

Nearly a year after the album's release, a video for "The Song Remains Un-Named" was released. The video shows the possible tragic effects of alcohol and drug abuse. The edit of the song is different from that of the album as not only is the song shortened heavily, but during the chorus, there is an extra lead guitar playing. The title of the song is a parody of Led Zeppelin's "The Song Remains the Same".

The band Spineshank, who Jonny Santos is also in, also recorded a song called "Dead to Me", from the album Self-Destructive Pattern.

The promo edition of this album features a different track 11: Blood Red Sky – 4:43.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Jonny Santos and Chris Mora, except where noted.

No. Title Length
1. "A Call to Arms" 1:24
2. "Funeral" 6:14
3. "The Song Remains Un-Named" (Santos, Mora, Lucas Banker, Logan Mader) 5:54
4. "Rebirth of the Temple" 4:12
5. "Divided" 6:07
6. "Bitter Pill" 3:44
7. "Force Fed" 3:44
8. "Lies in the House of Shame" 7:32
9. "Wrath" 5:53
10. "Dead to Me 2006" 5:06
11. "First Amendment" 4:34
12. "Falling Down" 3:08
13. "Live Again" 6:12
Total length: 63:58