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Invitation (feat. Members of Nightwish and Sonata Arctica)
January 1, 2003
℗ 2003 Humbucker Music
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History of Times to Come
Wrath of a Warchild
Kingdom of the Night
Fire & Ice
House of My Soul
Here I Am
November 27, 2013
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Vendetta is the fourth full-length album by the Finnish power metal band Celesty. It was released on March 18, 2009 via Spinefarm. Unlike Celesty's previous effort, Mortal Mind Creation, where the band experimented with its sound, incorporating technical and progressive elements, Vendetta is more traditional stylistically, while partially retaining the dark atmosphere of its predecessor. At the same time, the band concentrated on making its sound more epic, which was achieved by collaborating with the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra and a professional choir in the recording of the album.
The Battle of the Ivory Plains (Deluxe Edition)
The Battle of the Ivory Plains is the debut album by the power metal band Dragonland, based on the first part of The Dragonland Chronicles saga.
It was first released on March 12, 2001 with the label Black Lotus but since then has been re-released by The End Records with one bonus track. The Japanese Edition contains the songs from the "Storming Across Heaven" demo as bonus tracks.
Keep the Spirit
Difference is the third album of the Finnish power metal band Dreamtale released on 25 April 2005 on Spinefarm Records. It was also released in Japan. It features on vocals for the first time in the band Jarkko Ahola of the band Teräsbetoni.
The Hall Of The Olden Dreams
The Evil in You (Deluxe Edition)
At Vance play it safe with their fifth album in as many years, 2003's The Evil in You, which offers textbook Teutonic power metal identical in nature to the rest of their recorded output, as well as to the bulk of their country's contributions to the heavy metal genre in the past, oh, 20 years. Expertly performed, straightforwardly arranged, imminently catchy but, sadly, equally forgettable, the band's unsurprising recipe will doubtlessly thrill their dedicated fans, but bore the vast remaining metal masses senseless. Just listen to the ultra-predictable opening trio of "Fallen Angel," (the token fast-thrashing starter), "Broken Vow," (the token radio-friendly tune with the big chorus), and the title track (the token, plodding metal anthem) for a taster, and you'll know what's in store throughout. The pounding "Stronger Than You Think" and the eerie "One Million Miles" do manage to combine these clichés more interestingly than most, but it's still troubling to realize that there's nothing on The Evil in You that Helloween wasn't doing nearly 20 years ago. [This version of the release contains an additional CD of bonus material.]
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