Movies & TV
My movies & TV
Buy gift card
My Play activity
XIII - Devil's Dozen
August 21, 2015
© 2015 Frontiers Records
Add to Wishlist
Listen to this album and millions more. First month free.
Devil's Dozen is the thirteenth studio album by power/progressive metal band Royal Hunt. This was released on 21 August 2015 via Frontiers Music Srl.
Description provided by
Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA 4.0
So Right so Wrong
May You Never (Walk Alone)
Heart on a Platter
A Tear in the Rain
Until the Day
Riches to Rags
Way Too Late
How Do You Know (Bonus Track)
August 21, 2015
© 2015 Frontiers Records
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Required for streaming and downloading
Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player
Flag as inappropriate
Cast in Stone
A Time Never Come - 2015 Edition
Destination Set to Nowhere
Destination Set to Nowhere is a concept album by the Italian progressive power metal band Vision Divine. Released through earMUSIC on September 14, 2012, it is the band’s 7th studio album and the final album to feature vocalist Fabio Lione. Destination Set to Nowhere has a futuristic concept and its story takes place in outer space. It follows the journey of a group of like-minded people who because of political and economical injustices escape the planet earth and set out to search for a new planet to start a better life there.
Symphonic is a compilation album by Jørn Lande's solo project Jorn. The album differs from the previous compilation albums in how orchestra arrangements have been added to Jorn songs. The album was released on January 25, 2013 in Europe and January 22, 2013 in North America.
The album contains 15 tracks ranging from Jorn's 2004 album, Out to Every Nation, to the 2012 release Bring Heavy Rock to the Land. In addition, it includes cover versions of the Dio track "Rock and Roll Children" and Black Sabbath's "The Mob Rules".
Close to the Sun
Close to the Sun is the fourth album of the melodic hard rock band Place Vendome. The songwriting for this album was provided by Magnus Karlsson, Jani Liimatainen, Olaf Thörsen, Fabio Lione, Simone Mularoni, Alessandro Del Vecchio, Aldo Lonobile and Mike Palace.
This was the first Place Vendome album to feature guest guitar solos by Gus G, Kai Hansen, Mandy Meyer, Alfred Koffler, Magnus Karlsson, Simone Mularoni and Michael Klein. It was released on 24 February 2017 with cover art credited to Stanis W. Decker.
Facing Your Enemy
Royal Hunt Albums
A Life to Die For
X is the tenth studio album released by the band Royal Hunt on 20 January 2010, on Scarlet Records in Europe and on Marquee/Avalon Records in Japan.
Collision Course... Paradox II is the ninth studio album released by the band Royal Hunt and the first to feature American singer Mark Boals.
Fear is the fifth studio album released by Danish progressive metal band Royal Hunt, It is the debut studio album from John West on vocals.
A lot of the progressive metal genre seems to seek to combine heavy metal music with classical. This disc is one of the most successful examples of that effort. Indeed, frequently on the disc the two musical forms are intertwined in such a way as to be nearly inseparable (give a listen to "Makin' a Mess"). At other points, the disc seems to flow very smoothly from one element to the next. The success that the group had with this synthesis, combined with strong writing and arrangements, and just-plain-solid musicianship, are what makes this disc one of the best of its genre. D.C. Cooper was, and still is, one of the most powerful voices in heavy metal -- in fact, in rock in general. The remainder of Royal Hunt's lineup at the time of this recording was Steen Mogensen, Kenneth Olsen, Jacob Kjaer, and André Andersen. Looking for comparisons on this album, you might hear things that remind you of such bands as Deep Purple and Queensrÿche. If you are a fan of progressive metal, particularly the neo-classical variety, you are doing yourself a disservice if you have not yet checked out this album. It is one of the finest the genre has to offer. [This Japanese release includes bonus material.]
1996 is the first live album by the Danish progressive metal band Royal Hunt with singer D.C. Cooper. It was recorded during Royal Hunt tour in Japan promoting the album Moving Target and came out together with a VHS video of the show. The Japanese version of the album comes with three Royal Hunt guitar picks inside it.
The Watchers is an album released by Danish progressive metal band Royal Hunt, comprising a new long suite, already published in Japan in the EP titled Intervention - Part 1, re-recorded versions of old songs and some live tracks. The live tracks were recorded from May to August 2000.
Site Terms of Service
Location: United States
Language: English (United States)
By purchasing this item, you are transacting with Google Payments and agreeing to the Google Payments
Terms of Service