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Polona Aurea Dawn Such a perfect album! From beginning to end as the spiral of Spirit!
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Paul Asbury Seaman Byron Metcalf’s albums are reliably entrancing, but Sacrament takes us to a new level of both participation and the transcendence of surrender. I generally don’t care for vocals in ambient music, but Jennifer Grais’s voice, reminiscent of Native American chanting, adds a specific human quality to these tracks without disrupting the ethereal journey. A balance that is rarely accomplished so majestically. (A blend of tactile and mysterious captured perfectly by Sam Rosenthal’s stunning cover art.) Favorite track: Ancestor's Blessing.
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Sacrament 11:29
Communion 03:39
Consecration 13:49


(Digital album includes the bonus track "SACRAMENT - The Continuous Journey" - the entire album mixed and mastered as a continuous listening experience, exactly as we envisioned it.

Ceremony or Ritual, Imparting Divine Grace

In modern culture there are many ways to do sacred ceremony and to experience Sacrament. For those who pursue deep self-exploration, healing and transformation, this album can be used in a variety of ceremonial styles – from those that are explicitly shamanic in nature, to those which are contemplative, and to those which are plant based and entheogenic. The partaking of this sacrament invites the listener to experience Earth as the Mother of us all – to become whole.



released January 24, 2020

Produced by Byron Metcalf and Jennifer Grais
Executive Producer – Christian Arnsperger

Recorded and mixed by Byron Metcalf at The Lair, Prescott Valley, AZ

Mastered by Cass Anawaty, Sonoran Mastering, Scottsdale, AZ

Byron Metcalf – Shaman drums, ceremonial drum, frame drums, rattles, synth drones, spirit winds, ambient percussion, nature sounds

Jennifer Grais – Vocals

Featured musicians
Andrej Hrvatin (Nimetu) – Native American style flutes, synthesizers, electronic soundscapes

Dashmesh Khalsa – Didgeridoo (Trk 1), synthesizers (CD Trk 4) (Digital Trk 5)
Peter Phippen – Edo period shakuhachi (CD Trk 7) (Digital Trk 8)

Cover image – Elena Ray
Graphic design – Sam Rosenthal

© 2019 Dr Bam’s Music (BMI), Remember Oliver Music (BMI), Lapis Music (BMI),
Alaphipmusic (BMI)


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Byron Metcalf Prescott Valley, Arizona

Byron Metcalf is an award-winning professional musician and recording artist and shamanic practitioner. Byron’s highly successful music business career spans 5 decades and covers a wide variety of musical styles and genres. Byron produces music for deep inner exploration, breathwork, shamanic journeywork, body-oriented therapies, various meditation practices and the healing arts. ... more

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