The Split Program

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The Split Program
The split program.jpg
EP (split) by Caliban / Heaven Shall Burn
Released January 1, 2000
Recorded 1999
Genre Metalcore, melodic death metal
Length 31:56
Label Lifeforce
Producer Jamie King
Caliban chronology
A Small Boy And A Grey Heaven
(1999) A Small Boy And A Grey Heaven1999
The Split Program
(2000) The Split Program2000
(2001) Vent2001
Heaven Shall Burn chronology
Heaven Shall Burn / Fall of Serenity
(1999) Heaven Shall Burn / Fall of Serenity1999
The Split Program
(2000) The Split Program2000
(2001) Asunder2001

2000s (decade) Split Program saw Lifeforce Record's Labelmates Caliban and Heaven Shall Burn join forces in this European metalcore standard. Released January 1, 2000, Heaven Shall Burn saw the simultaneous release of their debut full-length album Asunder. Caliban have since redone "A Summerdream" and the song "One More Lie" on 2005's The Split Program II. "Partisan" is performed by Caliban on the album, but is originally a Heaven Shall Burn composition, while "One More Lie" was composed by Caliban and is covered by Heaven Shall Burn. Also, it can be noted that Track 6, the outro, is an audio clip taken from the 1994 Quentin Tarantino film Pulp Fiction. The intro is a piece of a composition by Wojciech Kilar that is also use in the soundtrack for Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Track listing[edit]


1. Intro - 0:32
2. Assassin Of Love - 3:22
3. A Summer Dream - 3:56
4. Sunday’s Words - 3:32
5. Partisan - 3:18
6. Outro - 0:51

Heaven Shall Burn

7. Suffocated In The Exhaust Of Our Machines - 4:58
8. No Single Inch - 2:41
9. The Seventh Cross - 3:42
10. One More Lie - 5:04