Enter the Infinite

by Trinity Ward

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Released in 2010, Enter the Infinite is the first album in a loosely thematic trilogy and is a musical depiction of man's journey from Earth to the stars and alien contact.

Downloads of the full album come with a hidden remix of Transmission.

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released August 2, 2010

All songs and artwork by Trinity Ward.

A special thank you to Simon Thomas and Sine FM (Doncaster, UK), Martin Turner and DCR Dover Community Radio, Martin and The NBT Music Radio Station (Germany), RelaxFree Radio (US), Sequences Podcast (Australia), Echochamber podcast (Germany), Earbits Radio (US) and Traxx on RTV Krimpenerwaard (Netherlands) for playing Trinity Ward.

An article on Trinity Ward courtesy of SoundLooks soundlooks.com/2015/01/trinity-ward-has-crafted-a-way-to-blend-electronic-music-with-a-science-fiction-theme/

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Scifitronica: ambient sci-fi electronica.

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Track Name: Between the Edges of the Universe
You may believe in the mortal remains of the body you trust,
but I will show you fear, in a handful of dust.
The lidless, lifeless eyes of death you despised.
Maybe you hadn’t thought about not living forever.
Maybe you hadn’t thought you’d not been so clever.
Did you really think there was anything more?