Hephaestus is the second studio album by avant-garde band Iceburn. It was released in 1993 through Revelation Records. All tracks written by Iceburn. Gentry Densely – vocals, guitar. Joseph Chad Smith – drums. Cache Tolman – bass guitar. Production and additional personnel. Iceburn – production. Rick Jacobs – cover art. Tony Korologos – production, engineering.
Data de aparición 1992. Labels Victory Records. Estilo MusicalHardcore. Miembros poseen este álbum1.
Iceburn, known later as the Iceburn Collective, was a musical group formed in 1991 in Salt Lake City, Utah, US, by omposer Gentry Densley, the sole constant member through multiple personnel changes. They were known for their unique style that combined elements of jazz, heavy metal, punk, and classical music. Releasing albums on Revelation Records and Victory Records, Iceburn achieved little mainstream attention, but earned critical praise for their unusual music.
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- Artwork By – Tyler Densley
- Artwork By [Cover Concept], Producer – Gentry*, Joseph*
- Bass – Cache*, Douglas Wright* (tracks: 1 to 11)
- Drums – Joseph Smith*
- Engineer, Producer – Brent Peacock, Sam*
- Guitar [Additional] – James Christian Holder* (tracks: 2)
- Guitar, Vocals – Gentry Densley
- Lyrics By – Densley* (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10), Jeremy Chatelain (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10), Smith* (tracks: 5, 11)
- Music By – Iceburn*
NotesRecorded at Sam Foster's in June-September of 1991.
Douglas Wright actually played bass on this recording.
Within the lyrics for "Winter", some pieces by classical composer Antonio Vivaldi are credited: "I intro from Vivaldi's 1'inverno (winter) THEME 1 II coldnessensues", "III scherzo and trio IV warmthscape", and "THEME 2 also from Vivaldi V reendtro"
Track 11 is a bonus track that is not on the vinyl, only on the cd version.
|VR08 LP||Iceburn*||Firon (LP, Album)||Victory Records||VR08 LP||US||1992|
|VR008 LP||Iceburn*||Firon (LP, Album, Ora)||Victory Records||VR008 LP||US||1992|
|VR08CS||Iceburn*||Firon (Cass, Album)||Victory Records||VR08CS||US||1992|