The Awakening (Caliban album)

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The Awakening
Caliban-The Awakening2007.jpg
Studio album by Caliban
Released Germany May 25, 2007
United Kingdom May 28, 2007
United States October 23, 2007
Recorded January 2007 – February 2007 at Cemetery Studios
Genre Metalcore
Length 43:38
Label Roadrunner
Century Media
Producer Benny Richter
Caliban chronology
The Undying Darkness
(2006)The Undying Darkness2006
The Awakening
Say Hello to Tragedy
(2009)Say Hello to Tragedy2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Terrorizer Magazine (6.5/10)[citation needed]
Metal Hammer (7/10)[citation needed]

The Awakening is the sixth studio album by Caliban, released in Germany on May 25, 2007. The album peaked at number 36 on the German album charts. A limited digipak edition was released, which also came with a bonus patch. The album was released in the United States on October 23, 2007. This delay was because of the band's American label, Abacus Recordings, merging with Century Media.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Andreas Dörner and all music written by Marc Görtz

No. Title Length
1. "I Will Never Let You Down" 3:33
2. "Let Go" 3:58
3. "Another Cold Day" 4:34
4. "My Time Has Come" 3:41
5. "Life Is Too Short" 3:42
6. "Give Me a Reason" 3:55
7. "Stop Running" 3:18
8. "The Awakening" 3:53
9. "I Believe" 3:20
10. "Rise and Fight" 3:37
11. "Nowhere to Run, No Place to Hide" 3:38
12. "I'll Show No Fear" 3:29
13. "I See the Falling Sky" (feat. Anders Fridén of In Flames) (Japanese bonus) 5:07
Total length: 43:38



  • Andreas Dörner – vocals
  • Denis Schmidt – guitar, clean vocals
  • Marc Goertz – guitar
  • Marco Schaller – bass
  • Patrick Grün – drums
  • Anders Fridén - lead vocals on "I See The Falling Sky"


  • Produced by Benny Richter
  • Co-produced by Marc Goertz
  • Mixed by Adam Dutkiewicz
  • Music by Marc Goertz
  • Music arranged by Caliban
  • Lyrics by Andreas Dörner
  • Keyboards and samples by Benny Richter
  • Additional bass guitar by Bony Fertigmensch


Chart (2007) Peak
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[2] 74
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[3] 36