The Interpreter was My Soliloquy’s first full length debut album.
Recording began on 24th May 2010 and continued over a period of approximately two years and was completed on 1st October 2012.
Rob Aubry at Aubitt Studios in Southampton, U.K. – notable for his work with Transatlantic, Big Big Train, John Wetton and IQ – produced, mixed and engineered the album.
Like Esoterica previously, Pete assumed responsibility for all the writing and playing on the record, save for the drums. Damon Roots was recruited once again for this debut.
Lead & Backing Vocals
Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Keyboards & Programming
Drums & Percussion
Six Seconds Grace
Dream In Extremis
Adaptation (Re-Recorded New Version)
Soulwork (Instrumental – Re-Recorded New Version)
Alias Me (Re-Recorded New Version)
2X Desktop Wall Papers
‘Making Of’ Picture Slideshow
‘Making Of’ 15 min Documentary Film
The Interpreter – Standard Edition
Our debut album
“An Entertaining Set Of Highly Melodic Prog. Front Man Pete Morten
Makes A Strong Impression”
Tim Hall – Trebuchet-Magazine.com [May 2014]
“It’s A Pity Dream Theater Eschew Support Bands As Supporting
Them Would Be Just The Reward This Band Undoubtedly Deserve”
Jerry Ewing – Prog Magazine [January 2014]
“This Is A Pure And Artistic Collection Of Splendid Tunes, Melted With Sheer Talent”
Metal-Temple.com 8/10 [March 2013]
“Fantastic Song Writing!. This Album Is A Success, An Unforgettable First Kiss”
Nem Nol – Ladyobscure.com 5/5 [February 2013]