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|Single by Shadows Fall|
|from the album Threads of Life|
|Released||February 14, 2007|
|Length||4:17 (Album Version), 3:40 (Music Video Version)|
|Songwriter(s)||Matt Bachand, Jason Bittner, Jonathan Donais, Brian Fair, Paul Romanko|
|Shadows Fall singles chronology|
"Redemption" is the lead single from the album Threads of Life by American heavy metal band Shadows Fall. The song has a thrash melodic with heavy riffs. The song made its premiere on Sirius Radio's Hard Attack station on February 16, 2007 and was released on iTunes on February 20. The song was sent to radio in March. On December 6, 2007, Redemption was nominated for a Grammy for Best Metal Performance. It appeared on the game Madden NFL 08.
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|1.||"Redemption" (album version)||4:19|
The band filmed a music video for "Redemption", directed by Zach Merck. The video shows the band playing the song on a roof. It was filmed in Los Angeles.
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