The Fullness of Time

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The Fullness of Time
Redemption Fullness of time.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 21, 2005
GenreProgressive metal
Length57:25
LabelSensory Recordings
ProducerTommy Newton
Redemption chronology
Redemption
(2003)
The Fullness of Time
(2005)
The Origins of Ruin
(2007)

The Fullness of Time is progressive metal band Redemption's second album overall, but the first to feature a band lineup, as opposed to a project lineup as found on the 2003 eponymous debut and featuring members of Prymary Chris Quirarte and James Sherwood. The vocals were provided by Fates Warning vocalist Ray Alder, who previously produced the first album and provided vocals for one song. This is the only album with James Sherwood on the bass.

Reception[edit]

The album generally received positive reviews from magazines and webzines. Writing for Blabbermouth, Scott Alisoglu also praised the album and commented that the 16-minute track "Sapphire" was the standout piece of the album.[1] Metal Storm's review was also complimentary calling it a "masterpiece."[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Nick Van Dyk.

No.TitleLength
1."Threads"5:43
2."Parker's Eyes"6:15
3."Scarred"7:56
4."Sapphire"15:55
5."The Fullness of Time"

  • I. "Rage" (5:01)
  • II. "Despair" (3:20)
  • III. "Release" (5:16)
  • IV. "Transcendence" (7:59)"
21:36
Total length:57:25

Import Bonus Tracks[edit]

No.TitleLength
6."The Real Thing" (Faith No More cover)8:14
Total length:65:39

Band[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Blabbermouth - The Fullness of Time review".
  2. ^ "Metal Storm - The Fullness of Time review".