The Dead Eye

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The Dead Eye
The Haunted - The Dead Eye.jpg
Studio album by The Haunted
Released 30 October 2006
Recorded 1–31 May 2006
(PUK Studio, Denmark)[1]
Genre Thrash metal, melodic death metal
Length 54:56 (standard edition)
61:18 (limited edition)
Label Century Media
Producer Tue Madsen & The Haunted
The Haunted chronology
Revolver
(2004)
The Dead Eye
(2006)
Versus
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[2]

The Dead Eye is the fifth studio album by The Haunted. It was released on 30 October 2006.

The "bloodpack" edition includes the collectors edition DVD, promotional button, 2-sided guitar pick, t-shirt, and a floating dead eyeball. [1]

In 2006, Century Media also released "The Dead Eye" on 12" vinyl (120 gram), with the initial artwork and inserts (not the limited edition packaging). It contains the 13 tracks on the standard releases.

Track listing[edit]

For the Japanese edition of the album, the song "The Burden" is placed on track thirteen. All music: Björler / Björler (Except Track 4, 11 - Music Björler / Björler / Dolving) - All lyrics: Peter Dolving

No. Title Length
1. "The Premonition" 0:58
2. "The Flood" 4:07
3. "The Medication" 3:10
4. "The Drowning" 4:13
5. "The Reflection" 3:48
6. "The Prosecution" 3:49
7. "The Fallout" 4:22
8. "The Medusa" 4:03
9. "The Shifter" 2:55
10. "The Cynic" 3:48
11. "The Failure" 5:10
12. "The Stain" 4:14
13. "The Guilt Trip" (contains hidden track "The Exit") 10:19
Total length: 54:56

The collectors U.S., European, and Japanese editions also feature a bonus DVD.

Bonus DVD
No. Title Length
1. "The Dead Eye - Making of Documentary" 20:00
2. "All Against All" (Promo Video Clip) 4:33
3. "No Compromise" (Promo Video Clip) 3:22
4. "99" (Live at Metal Mania Festival 2005) 4:00
5. "Abysmal" (Live at Metal Mania Festival 2005) 4:58

Credits[edit]

All Music: Björler / Björler All Lyrics: Peter Dolving

The Haunted

Notes[edit]

  • Drums Recorded At Puk Studio; Denmark May 1–7, 2006
  • Additional Recordings At Antfarm Studio, Denmark May 8–31, 2006
  • Mixed and Mastered by Tue Madsen At Antfarm Studio, Denmark June 1–15, 2006
  • Graphic design by Swedish Arms

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