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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Defeat [Instrumental] (2:04)
2. Throne Of Complains (6:35)
3. The Awakening (6:39)
4. Elemental Storm (5:30)
5. Runic Art [Instrumental] (1:33)
6. Lost Ideal (3:45)
7. Wind Of Decline (7:39)
8. Oniric Transition [Instrumental] (1:19)

Total Time 35:04

Line-up / Musicians

- Stephane Souteyrand / vocals, guitar
- Laurent Harrouart / drums
- Jerome Barouin / guitar
- Kristofer Lorent / bass guitar
- Jeff Gautier / keyboards

Releases information

Velvet Music International
Recorded at Walnut Grove Studio, Amiens, France, 1998

Released on CD (Cat. # VMI 012)

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2 stars Another untraditional French metal album, brought to us by Velvet Music. A long gone label who also gave us Blut Aus Nord before they folded. I still remember that label with a lot of fondness. Their creditors (bands) may disagree, but the label came up with some really great albums. The basis ... (read more)

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