A fabulous alternative listen to "Tarot". Great for activities where you don't want to be distracted by vocals - such as gaming or background music when cooking
Favorite track: The Sun, The Moon, The Star (Instrumental).
To everyone that donated and helped make this album a reality-thank you. We hope you feel some ownership and pride over what we’ve been able to create. We, quite literally, could not have done it without your help, and some individual recognition is in order.
Justin Sanders (Seriously! Jeez dude-thank you so much.)
Rob Jones, Joan Jones, John Arnold
Christopher Bowes, Runeking, High Council
Cody Johnson, Kyle Thomas, Cullen Owen, Nobuhiro Iizuka (all these years!), Aubert Arthur, Rina Yamaguchi, Hayden Gray (glad we finally met IRL), Enoch Carpenter, Eric Musche, Trey McLean, Kyle McGinn, Tigran Kapinos, Peter Misiuk, Joe Bailey, Scott Rumple, Peter Norowski, Mac Smith, Cat Mather, Peter Murphy, Dustin Thiesse, Martin Mannik
Reese Adams, Robert Reynolds, Jeff Acton, Julie Maltais, Richard Samsa, Robin Locke, Antoine Lamontagne, Joshua Winn, Anders Olsen, Sarah Brewer, Sylvain Cloutier, Lloyd Barrington, Steve Doll, Jonathan Adams, Blake Smith, Aaron Sabatine, Evan Lownds, Daniel Hartleb, Alex Zahn, Mary Beck, Yann Pouliot, Kathleen Grub (Florida was LIT), Zachary Huntington-Meath, Miio Seppanen
And to everyone else that donated, helped spread the word, or simply let us know that you’ve enjoyed what we do-thank you. The time that you choose to give to our music means more than can be put into words. See you on the road!
Aether Realm thanks:
Alestorm, Nekrogoblikon and Wilderun for tolerating our bullshit on the road. Maisie Kaiser, Joe Gettler, and Jon Teachey for stepping up and bringing the riff live. Jaiden Frost, for his vision with our indiegogo video. Brian Korff and Ryan Shackleford for their hard work on our first music video. Laura Greenwood and Primitive Ways for helping us keep our heads above water. Christophe Szpajdel, Horst, Nick Rowlett, Jota Cravo, Wega Wahyu, Jorge Gutierrez, Tommy Smith, Pzychopart, and Terminus Tees for keeping our merch game strong. Royal Peasantry for our (now irreversibly sweaty) stage clothes. Jeff Blinder and the whole Greenville squad-we owe you some shows. Every business that’s let us deface their windows with dumb flyers. Everyone that’s let us stay on their spare beds/couches/floors-hospitality on the road means everything.
And of course, you! We hope you enjoy it.
Rob, Joan, Elly, and Mickey Jones, Laura Beach, family, friends, fans (especially the ones that wouldn’t leave me alone about putting this damn thing out), and everyone who worked hard to make some cool art with us.
Amber Gatlin, Nick Cross, Thomas Brewer, Brooks Blake, Andy Townsend, Ginger Burbage, my Nana, Jose Chavez, Morgan Vance Hague, breakdowns, kids who spin kick in the pit and kids who push mosh in the pit (y'all two don't get along, but I feel like you could), bald guys that always show up and yell Slaaaaaayyyeeeer, that one fat guy with the pantera shirt at every show, and everyone who helped me when I was diagnosed with Leukemia. You're all awesome.
Heinrich thanks My family, my friends, and the individual that seeks to create, inspire, teach, or otherwise contribute good towards the world we live in.
Tyler thanks: Andy Townsend, Erick Murillo, Lauren Carlston, John Gresham, Scott Gresham
released August 15, 2017
Aether Realm is
Donny Burbage - Guitars
Heinrich Arnold - Guitars, Sound Design
Tyler Gresham - Drums
Vincent Jones - Bass, Vocals
The music of Tarot was made in collaboration with Dan Müller (orchestral arrangement), with contributions from:
Taylor Washington (Paladin) . Guitar Solo - Tarot
Eric W. Brown (Rainbowdragoneyes) . Chipped Tunes - The Sun, The Moon, The Star
Benjamin Keiper . Piano - The Chariot
Sam Crider . Acoustic Guitar - The Chariot
Album Artwork by KolaHari
Layout Design by Tyler Gresham & Heinrich Arnold
Produced by Aether Realm and Kile Odell
Engineer by Curtis Martin and Kile Odell at Bloodstone Studios
Mixed and Mastered by Kile Odell
Thor's hammer crashed to the earth with a mighty rumble. When the smoke cleared, there were some guys. Some stuff happened that set the mood, something about a quest to rock some towns, and now we play melodeath.
supported by 90 fans who also own “Tarot (Instrumental)”
The songs are masterfully composed and flow together beautifully, and the orchestration is exactly how I want metal orchestration to sound: full, playable by a real orchestra, and just as important to the music as the vocals, drums, guitar, and bass are. tonycordeshimself
supported by 76 fans who also own “Tarot (Instrumental)”
Incredible songwriting, catchy melodies by orchestra and guitars with a wild, unrelentigly furious growling. Curiously "medieval" in its overall melodic feel. A bit samey, but each song does bring something unique and the musicianship is on point all the way through. What an impressive record! Utsugen