"Perpetual Burn" features blistering fretwork from Jason Becker, an album that set a new standard for progressive heavy metal music. Including the always powerful Atma Anur on drums and some wicked guest guitar solos from label mate Marty Friedman, "Perpetual Burn" embodies brilliant compositions featuring Becker's highly structured and complex guitar lines. "Air" contains some of the most beautiful playing you'll hear, as Becker uses a clean tone to express emotion on a song dedicated to his parents. A true metal/shred/progressive classic.
|04:49||Mabel's Fatal Fable||Instrumental|
|04:41||Temple Of The Absurd||Instrumental|
|05:42||Eleven Blue Egyptians||Instrumental|
|06:14||Dweller In The Cellar||Instrumental|
|Jason Becker||All Lead, Rhythm and Bass Guitars, Keyboards, Production|
|Marty Friedman||Guest Guitar Solos on "Temple Of The Absurd", "Eleven Blue Egyptians" and "Dweller In The Cellar", Production|
|Steve Fontano||Production, Engineering|
|Joe Marquez||Engineering Assistance|
|Mike Varney||Executive Production|
|Recorded and mixed at Prarie Sun Studios, Cotati, CA.
Mastered at Fantasy Studios.