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Title: The Secret Of Elena's Tomb
Style: Alternative Rock
Released: 2003
MP3 album: 1274 mb
FLAC album: 1540 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: WMA DTS APE VOX AAC RA MP4
Genre: Rock

Worlds Apart is the fourth studio album b. .And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. It was released on January 25, 2005 by Interscope Records and reached on the UK Albums Chart. The album's first single, "The Rest Will Follow", was played on college radio and on some alternative stations throughout America. Caterwaul" also received some airplay.

And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (often abbreviated as Trail of Dead) are an American alternative rock band from Austin, Texas formed in 1994. The chief members of the band are Jason Reece and Conrad Keely (formerly Conrad Sobsamai). The two alternate between drumming, guitar and lead vocals, both on recordings and live shows. The band is known for their wild, energetic concerts.

Type EP. Data de lançamento 01 Abril 2003. Labels Interscope Records. Produced by Michael McCarthy. Estilo de MúsicaAlternative Metal. Membros têm este álbum2. 2. All Saints Day. 3. Crowning of a Heart. 4. Counting off the Days. Other productions from And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead.

Issued in a jewel case (several copies with black tray) containing a 6-panel fold-out booklet including lyrics. Some copies with a sticker on front containing the text "Featuring Exclusive Enhanced Media", others with another sticker saying :"Limited EP, 5 brand new tracks plus 2 bonus videos, Special price, ww. railofdead. The multimedia content consists of a "Sketch Gallery", 3 videos (All Saints Day, Relative Ways, Another Morning Stoner) and "Other Secrets".

The video for ‘Summer of All Dead Souls’ has been around for a week or so now, it chronicles the first chapter from Conrad’s ‘Strange News From Another Planet’ novel which you can read on the Stories page. Posted on April 14, 2011 by Conrad.

See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 16 March 2009. We are coming for you!! Only 2 dates! ‘O selo musical e produtora cultural Balaclava Records traz a banda norte-americana. And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead ao Brasil para duas apresentações na Comedoria do Sesc Pompeia, nos dias 12 e 13 de julho. Considerados um dos principais nomes do rock alternativo e do pós hardcore do final dos anos 1990, o quarteto retorna ao Brasil após 18 anos, trazendo os shows comemorativos de seus álbuns mais celebrados Madonna (1999) e Source Tags & Codes (2002), além de clássicos de sua carreira.

Trail of Dead soon moved on to Merge Records after the Trance label folded. The band released Madonna on Merge in late 1999, and toured the . opening for labelmates Superchunk to promote it. They signed to Interscope Records and released the Relative Ways EP in 2001. A follow-up EP to Source Tags & Codes was released in April 2003, titled The Secret of Elena's Tomb. The EP featured contained the electronic track "Intelligence" which featured, and was co-written by, Tyler Jacobson from A Roman Scandal, Reece's other band.

After signing yet another record deal with Interscope, they issued the formidable Source Tags & Codes in 2002, followed by The Secret of Elena's Tomb EP in 2003. The elaborate Worlds Apart arrived early in 2005. Despite widespread acclaim for the album, its sales were disappointing, leading Keely to consider disbanding the group. AYWKUBTTOD then scaled down their lineup, choosing to record their next album as a four-piece.

Understandably, Austin's Trail of Dead didn't have a fucking clue what to do for a follow-up. On 2003's The Secret of Elena's Tomb EP, they tried reprising ST&C; ("All St. Day"), reverted to their early days as a Sonic Youth cover band ("Mach Schau"), and even turned in a poor man's "Iris" ("Counting Off the Days"). Keely sings poorly on "Will You Smile Again" as he does throughout Worlds Apart, but here he turns his biggest challenge into a compelling performance, letting the notes explode into untoned gutturals when they outstretch his range.