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Beyond The Labyrinth - Signs (2005) Full CD with 8 page booklet

1. Media Vision - 6:52

2. In Flanders Fields - 5:37

3. (Tearing Down The) Icons - 6:54

4. Tomorrow is Gone (aka A Hole In The Sky) - 4:40

5. Unholy War - 4:53

6. Digital World - 6:20

7. The Visionary - 8:17

8. Freak Show - 4:39

9. Welcome To Paradise - 6:06

10. Prophet Of Doom - 5:51

11. Morning Rendezvous - 3:51

12. In Perpetual Motion - 6:01 +

Signs is BTL’s first full album

Fan favorites include a.o. “In Flanders Fields” - a real BTL classic, and the essential AOR-ish “Tomorrow Is Gone”.

This album immediately set the typical Beyond The Labyrinth sound and features, on top of the participations of the regular band members, a wide array of guest participations - some takes even dating back from 2001 !


released October 15, 2005

Jo De Boeck : Lead and Backing Vocals

Geert Fieuw : Guitars, Backing Vocals, Additional Keyboards, Electric Piano on “Morning Rendez-Vous”

Frédéric Ost : Guitars, Cello on “In Flanders Fields”

Bart Rokegem : Bass, Backing Vocals

Danny Focke : Keyboards, Accordeon on “Freak Show”

Filip Vinck : Drums, Percussion

Guest Musicians on “Signs” :

Daniel Flores (a.o. Mind’s Eye, X-Saviour) : Drums on “In Flanders Fields”, “In Perpetual Motion”

Marcel Coenen (a.o. Sun Caged) : 1st Guitar solo after bridge on “In Perpetual Motion”

Richard West (Threshold) : Keyboard solo on “In Perpetual Motion”

Rogue M. (ex-Shadowkeep) : Vocals 2nd half 1st and 2nd verse on “In Perpetual Motion”

Frank de Groot (aRabesque) : Bass on “In Perpetual Motion”

Sleeve by Mathias Norén

Recorded, engineered, produced, mixed and mastered

@ G.P.S./Ninove By Geert Fieuw and Beyond The Labyrinth



Beyond The Labyrinth Brussels, Belgium

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