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Produced by Naor Hazan.
“Everlasting Fall” is the first full length studio album of Salvation.
It was recorded, mixed and mastered by Gregory Seriy at “After G.R.E.V Studios” (Drums Recorded At “Feedback Studios”) and produced by Salvation.
The album contains songs from various stations in Salvation’s timeline, from brand new tracks such as “The Shedding of Rain” which features guest Andrew Litvachuk to old song such as “Roses” written by Hezi Nakash and performed by Salvation from the first days on the band, now rearrange and updated.
Original Female Vocal for “Everlasting Fall” were performed by Natalie Akselman, a very talented session singer, but during the production the band was joined by vocalist Victoria and decided to re-record all lead female part with the current vocalist, leaving a fair amount of backing vocals performed by Natalie, the result was a great mixture of both voices throughout the entire production.
“Shepherd I shall be” was the first song written by Matan for Salvation, with music by Guy.
After failing to complete the production of “Roses”, Salvation underwent several lineup changes, with Natalia & Boaz leaving the band and Matan taking the front of the stage.
Salvation decided to try and produce a full length album with Gregory Seriy, Bass guitarist of After G.R.E.V and owner of After G.R.E.V Studio, but before arranging the songs for the full length production, Salvation recorded a single.
“Shepherd I shall be” was chosen for being catchy and simple, a good representation of the musical style of the band.
“Out of Pain” is the first Studio recording of Salvation, self produced with a low budget, Salvation went into the studio partly as an experiment.
Originally planned as full length there where 8 tracks to record, eventually only 7 songs were recorded and during the mastering process Salvation decided to remove one song, “The Children go to War” for not being inline with the other tracks.
The song was an acoustic ballad sang by Guy and although the final outcome was pleasing and Salvation even performed the song life several times, the band felt it’s too far, musically from the whole atmosphere to the album.