|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Four Corners||8||Audio||2004||Not On Label (Voices Of Masada Self-released)|
|2||Another Day||10||Audio||2006-10-20||Strobelight Records|
|3||Prelude||3||Audio||2003||Not On Label (Voices Of Masada Self-released)|
"Voices of Masada stop the clock of gothic music history and turn it back by a decade. "Four Corners" is the perfect album for those who like to cherish their gothic dreams while tapping their foot to the beat of a drum machine..." Ascension Magazine
"...being totally overwhelmed by the languishing, hypnotic and emotional crescendo of the song 'Shine' as well as some other beautiful moments like 'Step down' and ' fragments '. A good production, sepulchral efficient vocals, catchy tunes, what more to say ... The British scene continues to offer us gothic quality" Dark Spirit In A Candle webzine
"There are times you're longing for some new gothic rock stuff that will pay tribute to the legendary and influencial bands of the scene, without being copies though, having a personal air, enriching it with their influences and also bringing some fresh air to the scene, without sounding like an "archaelogical museum" coming straight from the 80s. One of these bands have to be Voices Of Masada without any shadow of doubt, a band that managed to release one of the best, if not the best, gothic rock releases of 2006, showing wholeheartedly that nothing's lost in this very scene that some consider as dead." Metalstorm.net
There is a new plan... more to follow!
Eddie Martin, Danny Tartaglia and Rob Leydon have left the Band.
Sam Morrison joined the Live band
Tom Stevenson has joined the band.