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(streaming via the free Bandcamp app
and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the
complete album the moment it’s released.
digital album releases March 13, 2020
item ships out on or around March 13, 2020
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Pre-order of Sun Worship Kingdom. You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
Sometimes Comes the Mother, Sometimes the Wolf (feat. Mike Armine)
Breathe the Light
How to Create Universe
How to Destroy Universe
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Brainswitch is a post-metal quintet from Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Their second album "Sun Worship Kingdom" is a concept album portraying a generation’s utopian experience in a dystopian environment. Besides Brainswitch members, the album features several guests, including Mike Armine of the US post-metal band Rosetta who recorded vocals for "Sometimes Comes the Mother, Sometimes the Wolf".
releases March 13, 2020
All songs written by Brainswitch. Produced by Goran Tiro. Mixed by Mario Quintero in Pittsburgh, PA. Mastered by James Plotkin in Plotkinworks studio, Philadelphia, PA. Recorded at Dead Cow studio, MC Pavarotti studio, Studio Podgomila, DK studio Mostar, BiH. Sound Engineer Sead Zaklan. Guest vocals on “Sometimes Comes The Mother, Sometimes The Wolf” by Mike Armine (Rosetta). Mike’s vocals engineered by Matt Weed. Guest vocals on “Breathe The Light” by Marija Korunić Miljko. Guest vocals on “Bow Down To The Sun” by MC Pavarotti children choir. Guest guitar on “From The Sleep”, “Bow Down To The Sun” and “Deadrose Ritual” by Alis Mačkić (The Mist of Avalon / Amy’s Ashes). Album artwork by Goran Tiro. Last booklet page photo by Vedrana Mijić.
Brainswitch would like to thank: Mike Armine, Armel Suković, Sead Zaklan, Mario Quintero, Alis Mačkić, Marija Korunić Miljko, Vesna Arapović, MC Pavarotti children choir, Vedrana Mijić and Danijel Sikora.