- One Day
- Perfect Isolation
- Sins for Love
- A Myth
- Who's Talking, Who's Crying
- Wonderful Life
- Cold As Ice
- Hollow Man
- Arise and Fall
CDROM TRACK includes "Perfect Isolation" videoclip.
| Portugese Import | The debut album for this Portuguese band, Secrecy's Beneath the Lies, it's a very solid 12 tracks Gothic Rock album, produced by Luís Barros in Oporto, Portugal and mastered by Tommy Newton in Germany. More than a debut album it has been acclaimed as a brilliant album in some European magazines and webzines as you came read above.
"... Secrecy call themselves Death Grind, noticing that the borders between Goth and Metal are so easily blended nowadays, (...) what Secrecy have managed to do, despite being deceptively plain (think of a de-boned Artica mixed with Theatre Of Hate) is to step to one side, in a fairly phlegmatic manner, and redefine things. And if that doesn?t inspire inquisitive Goth minds I don?t know what will." - Mick Mercer [http://www.livejournal.com/users/mickmercer/2005/01/12/]
"From the off, this stands out as a quality album ? with a good solid foundation in the form of the rhythm, solid, penetrating vocals, and an overall sense of a professionally produced piece of work. This is Goth Rock (with the emphasis on Rock) with a pride and passion in what it stands for. The vocals (male fronted) are deep and rich ? enough to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. Don?t ask me why, but I?m reminded of Peter Steele from Type-O-Negative. This is luxury melted chocolate laid on thick. Quality!" - Hard Wired [http://www.zen70353.zen.co.uk/GothReviews.htm#Anchor-Secrecy-47857]
"And it just came to me that this is one of those albums that the more you listen to it, the more you'll end up liking it. It helps a lot when the songs are well crafted and the musicians know what they're doing. Portugal is not exactly a country with many traditions when it comes to Gothic Metal, but maybe Secrecy will change that, because for what I'm able to see (hear) here, they sure have the quality and potential for that." - Crespusculo of Metal-March [http://www.metal-march.com/index.php? p=5&sw=S&baid=1087586625&view=1&review=1103763828]