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Ted Jensen, Masterer - Josh Wilbur, Producer, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Trivium, Writer, MainArtist - Paul Suarez, Assistant Mixer - Paolo Gregoletto, Backing Vocals, Bass - Darren Schneider, Recorded by - Matthew Heafy, Guitar, Vocals - Alex Bent, Drums - Corey Beaulieu, Guitar, Backing Vocals

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