Produced, Engineered, Tracked, Mixed & Mastered by Kevin Sergent @ Edge of Gravity Music - Tampa, Fl. 'Their sound is one that appeals to both the classic rock crowd and the modern, harder rock fans. It has American as well as European flavors, and presents itself in pieces that range in intricacy to keep listeners engaged and enjoying the songs. ' -Chree, Musicworld3d.com - Getting to know our artists Gravity's edge takes me.... by seaangelwithadagger 'You have something.. And it's more than you think it is'....Straight out of their own lyrics Gravity's Edge says it all.... 'More than' just singing a song this band will take you on a journey... listen closely as they tell a story far away in another galaxy but closer to home than you think. Strong but haunting vocals compliment the passion and precision of a melody that seemlessly flows into another dimension.. try not to get addicted... Gravity's Edge - From Antares - The Story - WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF...... Prelude: Star Child Bored with his mundane existence and dreaming of a life among the stars, Lennox steals a small spacecraft from a warehouse amid the dark and dangerous city of Vangelis. Unbeknownst to him, the ship belongs to the chief crime lord of Vangelis, known only as Boss, and has been equipped with experimental technology developed by the Cartel. Act I- From Antares Scene 1: Intro Instrumental Scene 2: Self Deconstruction While Luna was still of tender age, her parents and older siblings were viciously murdered over a small unsettled debt. Kidnapped by the murderers, she grew up in Vangelis, a city of crime and bloodshed where elite agents, or 'angels' trained and groomed her to become an assassin carrying out the judgement of the crime lord responsible for taking the lives of her family. Feeling there is nothing left for her and no one to rescue her from this life, she moves on day to day, bearing the tortured memories of her past. Scene 3: Luna Boss sets a plan to retrieve the Star Child in motion by covertly deploying his bounty hunters and 'psycho-bots'. In the meantime, while planning his leave from Earth, Lennox meets a mysterious girl who calls herself Luna. Upon learning that Lennox has a spacecraft named 'Star Child', Luna beckons him to come away with her and taste what she offers. Enthralled by her confidence and charm, Lennox falls head over heals, and with his feet 'burning', agrees to go with her to find a new home while taking refuge under her 'wings'. Scene 4: What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy) Shortly after departing from earth, Luna becomes aware that Lennox can sense she is hiding her true motives as his questioning continues. 'There are some things you can't hide' he claims. Unable to reconcile her feelings for him, she decides to part ways near Jupiter station. She does not tell him why, only that their separation should be permanent. They share one last moment before parting. Scene 5: Walls of Vangelis After waking from one of her many vivid nightmares, Luna realizes that the bricks making up the Walls of Vangelis are lies, and determines to change the person she has become. Conflicting emotions arise, as there will surely be a 'calling' on her life. She must complete her mission and return to Vangelis with the Star Child or else face calamity from the 'angels'. ? Scene 6: Angel's Tear While light years of distance separate them, Lennox finds it difficult to move on and forget about Luna, while Luna reconciles herself with her feelings for Lennox and the repercussions of going AWAL on Boss. She is disgusted with always having to act like someone else. Luna is aware that Lennox still loves her, but is he aware that their lives will always be in danger if they are together? Scene 7: Boss Boss catches wind of Luna's whereabouts shortly after his bounty hunters and 'psycho-bots' return to Vangelis empty handed. Knowing of the love interest between her and Lennox, and her attempt to abort her mission, Boss demands that she 'take it all back' by renouncing her foolish actions and swearing to him that Lennox will never again touch her because she is his property. Asserting his authority as 'the one who brings hate and pain', Boss launches a plan to lure Lennox out of hiding by using Luna as bait, telling her 'it will all be over in time.' Scene 8: Listen Darkly (Part I of the Jaded Trilogy) Wanting to uncover the truth about the mysterious technology aboard the Star Child, Lennox visits the planet Venus hoping to find the rumored 'First Colony', where once a thriving community of scientists and their terraformers lived and worked peacefully in underground corridors until one day Madeline, an important figure in a new scientific breakthrough was found murdered. Scene 9: Assault (Part II of the Jaded Trilogy) From a hidden holographic message planted within the Star Child's on-board computer, Lennox learns of a broken man, bitter and jaded by his tragic affair with a mysterious, unnamed girl. Assuming the girl to be Luna, Lennox finally realizes that she cannot be a part of him now. Scene 10: Gone Boss and his 'psycho-bots' have sabotaged Luna's escape pod by planting an airborne chemical virus in her ventilation system. Her destination is rerouted to the direct path of the Star Child. Lennox finds her in a deteriorating condition where she is dying from the inside, and is beseeched to find a cure. Lennox, although sour for earlier being cast aside, decides to 'fly away' and bear the load of finding Luna a cure. His destination: Vangelis! Scene 11: Midnight is Tomorrow While en route to Earth, Lennox reflects on how he 'got lost' during his brief time with Luna and how quickly their affair began and ended, wishing she could tell him the whole truth about her past and who she really is. 'Tell me, do you feel the same?' As for the future, only time will tell... Scene 12: From Antares After a near fatal stint on Earth while climbing the Walls of Vangelis, Lennox follows a tip which sends him across the galaxy, 'from Antares and twice beyond.' There he learns more of the chemical virus and it's sole cure, called 'anti-code'. The virus and it's cure can only be administered while existing in the fifth dimension, where thoughts travel. The pieces start coming together: nothing that Lennox can do on his own will ever help her, the Star Child itself holds the key to entering into Luna's mind & saving her life with the 'anti-code'. Since the virus deteriorates a person's five senses, time is of the essence. 'Beyond me is the key to her remedy.' Suddenly Boss' henchmen appear and Lennox realizes 'it's time to escape or die!' Scene 13: Computer Warning!! While fleeing from Boss with the 'anti-code' to Luna's hidden location, Lennox's perceptive computer warns him that because the Star Child is equipped with dimension crossing technology, Boss will stop at nothing to retrieve and use it for his own sinister means. They will hunt him for forever if necessary. Not giving in to fear of being captured, Lennox carries on... Scene 14: Outro Instrumental End of Act I WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF.......