Blazon Stone (SWE)

Power Metal , Symphonic Metal , Opera Metal
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Blazon Stone (SWE)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Jan 2021, 09:44

Blazon Stone - Return To Port Royal (2013)

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Year : 2013
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 98 mb


Bio:

A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target.

Album:

A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target. I will be waiting for their next set sail.

Line-Up:

Ced - Bass, Guitars, Drums - See also: Mortyr, Rocka Rollas
Erik Nordkvist - Vocals - See also: Assaultery
Jan - Keyboards (2013-present)

Tracklist:

01. Intro 01:30 instrumental
02. Return to Port Royal 05:08
03. Stand Your Line 04:24
04. Amistad Rebellion 04:26
05. High Treason 06:27
06. Curse of the Ghost Ship 06:11
07. Blackbeard 04:49
08. Wind in the Sails 06:22
09. The Tale of Vasa 08:47


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Re: Blazon Stone (SWE)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Jan 2021, 09:56

Blazon Stone - No Sign Of Glory (2015)

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Year : 2015
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Speed Metal
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 169 mb


Bio:

A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target.

Album:

Sophomore rum-fueled pirate offering at the altar of Running Wild. CDs coming out on November 1st.

Line Up:

Ced Bass, Guitars, Drums (2011-present) - See also: Breitenhold, Cloven Altar, Lector, Mortyr, Rocka Rollas, ex-Steelwing (live)
Jan Keyboards (2013-present)
Georgi Peychev Vocals (2014-present)

Tracklist:

01. Declaration of War (intro) 01:53
02. Fire the Cannons 05:18
03. A Traitor Among Us 06:18
04. No Return from Hell 04:11
05. Bloody Gold 04:37
06. Fight or be Dead 05:20
07. Beasts of War 05:37
08. Stranded and Exiled 04:39
09. No Sign of Glory 07:47


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Re: Blazon Stone (SWE)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Jan 2021, 09:58

Blazon Stone - Ready For Boarding (EP) (2016)

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Year : 2016
Style : Power Metal , Speed Metal
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 100 mb


Bio:

A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target.

Album:

4-track EP with exclusive tracks (not to be included on the album!) for the oldschool pirate metal maniacs! Recorded at Studio Tvåtakt between June-September 2016.Most background effects by Jan Pawel.

Line Up:

Ced - Bass, Guitars, Drums (Cloven Altar, Lector, Mortyr, The Storyteller, Breitenhold, ex-Rocka Rollas, ex-Steelwing (live))
Jan - Keyboards
Erik Forsberg - Vocals

Guest musicians:

Philip Forsell / Vocals
Emil Westin Skogh / Vocals

Tracklist:

01. Ready for Boarding 04:30
02. The Diamonds Curse 04:13
03. Hunting for Gold 03:53
04. Lost and Alone 04:36


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Re: Blazon Stone (SWE)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Jan 2021, 09:59

Blazon Stone - War Of The Roses (2016)

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Year : 2016
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Speed Metal
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 169 mb


Bio:

A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target.

Album:

BLAZON STONE - War of the Roses: 3rd album by the Swedish pirate horde, worshiping at the altar of the mighty Running Wild. Although this time instead of roaming the high seas, or at least temporarily, we are taken to medieval England to observe the fight for the throne between Lancaster and York royal houses. An epic subject as it can get, and the music matches it too! Get ready for a speed metal adventure through medieval Europe, on the wings of Ced's wild imagination, and the mighty pipes of the new singer - the amazing Erik Forsberg.

Line Up:

Ced - Bass, Guitars, Drums (Cloven Altar, Lector, Mortyr, The Storyteller, Breitenhold, ex-Rocka Rollas, ex-Steelwing (live))
Jan - Keyboards
Erik Forsberg - Vocals

Tracklist:

01. Born to Be Wild 03:59
02. Mask of Gold 04:55
03. Stay in Hell 04:07
04. Voici la grande peur 04:04
05. Lusitania 04:29
06. Black Dawn of the Crossbones 04:10
07. Welcome to the Village 02:57
08. By Hook or by Crook 04:15
09. Soldier Blue 04:10
10. War of the Roses 09:36


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Re: Blazon Stone (SWE)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Jan 2021, 10:00

Blazon Stone - Down In The Dark (2017)

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Year : 2017
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Speed Metal
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 169 mb


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A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target.

Album:

Swedish heavy/power/speed metallers Blazon Stone are going to release the fourth full length, entitled ‘Down In The Dark’ on early September via Stormspell Records. The group revealed the lyric video for the song ‘Down In The Dark’, you can watch below:

Line Up:

Ced - Bass, Guitars, Drums (Cloven Altar, Lector, Mortyr, The Storyteller, Breitenhold, ex-Rocka Rollas, ex-Steelwing (live))
Jan - Keyboards
Erik Forsberg - Vocals

Tracklist:

01. The Galleons Departure (Instrumental)
02. Into Victory
03. Down In The Dark
04. Hanged, Drawn, And Quartered
05. Eagle Warriors
06. Tavern Of The Damned
07. Merciless Pirate King
08. Watery Graves
09. Rock Out!
10. 1478 (Instrumental)
11. Bloody Inquisition
12. Captain Of The Wild


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Re: Blazon Stone (SWE)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Jan 2021, 10:00

Blazon Stone - Hymns Of Triumph And Death (2019)

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Year : 2019
Style : Power Metal , Speed Metal
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 100 mb


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A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target.

Album:

Swedish power metal pirates Blazon Stone have released the band’s 5th album, is slated for an April 26th release date via Stormspell Records and comes 2 years after 2017's, Down In The Dark.5th offering by the high-seas wild horde, still worshiping at the altar of Running Wild.

Line Up:

Erik Forsberg - Vocals
Ced - Bass, Guitars, Drums (Cloven Altar, Lector, Mortyr, The Storyteller, Breitenhold, ex-Rocka Rollas, ex-Steelwing (live))
Emil - Guitars

Tracklist:

01. Triumph and Death (Intro)
02. Heart of Stone
03. Dance of the Dead
04. Iron Fist of Rock
05. Hellbound for the Ocean
06. Blood of the Fallen
07. Cheating the Reaper
08. Slaves & Masters
09. Wavebreakers
10. Ride High
11. Howell's Victory
12. Wild Horde


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Re: Blazon Stone (SWE)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 07 Feb 2024, 06:50

Blazon Stone - Return To Port Royal (2013) (Definitive Edition 2020)

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Year : 2013 (Definitive Edition 2020)
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 122 mb


Bio:

A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target.

Album:

Return to Port Royal - the album that started it all back in 2013 and is regarded as one, if not, THE best Blazon Stone album to this day, is getting the ultimate revamp with Cederick completely re-recording the instrumental parts and Erik fixing some vocals for the ultimate "Definitive Edition" re-release, finally sounding as Ced has envisioned it.On my part I'm completely re-designing the booklet, and also getting completely redrawn coverart, including a special "Sunset" version on the back cover.In addition to the "Beasts of War" that was added as bonus to the previous re-release. We have added two more bonus tracks.Limited to 500 CDs.A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target. I will be waiting for their next set sail.

Line-Up:

Erik Nordkvist - Vocals - See also: Assaultery
Ced - Bass, Guitars, Drums - See also: Mortyr, Rocka Rollas
Jan - Keyboards (2013-present)

Tracklist:

01. Black Chest Inn (Intro) (1:30)
02. Return to Port Royal (5:11)
03. Stand Your Line (4:31)
04. Amistad Rebellion (4:27)
05. High Treason (6:39)
06. Curse of the Ghost Ship (5:20)
07. Beasts of War (5:26) (Bonus Track)
08. Blackbeard (4:49)
09. Wind in the Sails (6:24)
10. The Tale of Vasa (8:57)
11. Stand Your Line (Live) (4:34) (Bonus Track)
12. Black Wings Of Death (Running Wild Cover) (04:55) (Bonus Track)


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Re: Blazon Stone (SWE)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 07 Feb 2024, 06:56

Blazon Stone - Damnation (2021)

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Year : 2021
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 103 mb


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A simple message for those who deeply feels the absence of the old days, the electrical charges running through the body as the classic distorted sounds of the past consume the inner spirit. Like a thirsty drunkard yearning for another round of booze or a dosage of sweets for the hankering sugar addictive, there is the desire, the passion for the things of old. The Swedish artist named Ced, for several years now, has been able to find the rightful serum, an elixir of the gods, to originate that primeval addiction for tasty 80s Heavy Metal. Retaining the iron bound glory firstly with ROCKA ROLLAS, Ced continued to affirm and construct additional pieces for his reignited 80s Metal cosmos, thus forming another entity entitled BLAZON STONE. Metalheads, young and old, should recognize this title as it is one of the German Adrian RUNNING WILD’s finest releases, dating back to 1990. Also, and without even listening to a single chord, one also should be able notice the headings on the list of songs on the project’s debut, “Return To Port Royal”, via Stormspell Records, and find the comparability to the German giant.With ROCKA ROLLAS, as it appears, being the main thing for Ced, it seems to me that BLAZON STONE, at least in general, is a gradually a RUNNING WILD tribute. Surly that “Return To Port Royal” isn’t a cover album for the band’s classics, yet it does convey a considerable an accolade and tremendous esteem to the Rolf Kasparek’s foremost achievements of the late 80s and the early 90s. I am positive that Ced and his companion on the vocals, a guy named Erick, weren’t on the trail of implementing anything innovative, Ced’s songwriting on this one was mainly led by his possible affection and admiration for Kasparek’s old Speed / Power Metal gems and thus “Return To Port Royal” came to be. Even the choosing of Erick for the vocal task appeared to be one of the reasons as his voice pattern nearly matches Kasparek’s raspy tone. Therefore, I am leading you to the fact that essentially, “Return To Port Royal”, is like a lost RUNNING WILD album with the same piracy themes, riff techniques and orientations, solo pattern and rhythm section, the victorious feel of the choral choruses yet with a slightly different vocalist that has a somewhat better voice, in contrast to the younger version of Kasparek. Honestly, I was a bit puzzled regarding my opinion on this album, as for once I perceived it as a mere sort of a mimic. However, as these heart driving songs dashed right through me in full throttle, it felt so amazingly compelling, like pleasant breeze in a sticky warm day, yet also quite stormy from time to time with ounces of bursting energy. Furthermore, Ced is a magician with the ample knowledge to recreate mind blowing moments with his versatile abilities.After the soothing intro, BLAZON STONE charged forward with their ultrasonic opener, “Return To Port Royal”, a bombastic Speed Metal track in the spirit of the old “Port Royal” album, actually with various similarities to the “Conquistador” and “Port Royal” tracks. Ced wrote some incredible riffing, parallel to the old RUNNING WILD flame hitherto with extra crunchy melodic licks, especially the ones of the main riff and crushing onslaught drumming. “The Tale Of Vasa”, closing the release with an epic is a must, and so it was. Riding on the wings of the old “The Battle Of Waterloo”, of the “Death Or Glory” album, judging by its main riffing, Ced implemented a choral chorus, an anthem of a triumphed conquest. Erick proved himself to be an astounding frontman with a celestial voice though also showing his raspy tenor at work. “Blackbeard” erupts like a boiling volcano, after an impressive intro of softened echoes commencing another storyteller, firing the cannons of the pirate ship in tremendous speed and prowess. Ced storm rolling with tremolo picking blitz enhanced with hook laden melodies, as Erick sweeps with his definitive vocal stature. Like a reminiscent of the old “Privateer” track of the “Black Hand Inn” classic, this captain will certainly stick around for an additional shot. “Return To Port Royal” is a comeback, not of RUNNING WILD’s as Kasparek revamped the old Adrian, but of a special age and a whole lot of memories. Hail to the Swedes for firing the cannon ball, hitting right on target.

Album:

While Blazon Stone’s sixth full-length continues down their established path of Running Wild emulation, it’s also the first they’ve released as a full-fledged band. In contrast to past albums that had bandleader Cederick Forsberg recording most of the instruments himself with whoever was available to sing at a given time, Damnation (Stormspell Records) sees him just sticking to the guitars this time around. A completely new lineup has been assembled that includes a new singer, a new drummer, and even Crystal Viper bandmate Marta Gabriel on bass duties.This personnel adjustment doesn’t alter the project’s pirate-tinged Power Metal template, but we do get some tight musicianship out of it. Everything appears to be in order as the twin guitars preserve hyperactive leads and speedy chugs while the drums put in the expected double bass charges. It’s also kinda funny how all four of the band’s vocalists have opted for a variation of the same gritty yet melodic demeanor, but the method works just as well for new vocalist Matias Palm as it did for his predecessors.And with Blazon Stone being just as dedicated to crafting memorable songs as they are to emulating Rock ‘n Rolf, Damnation does a splendid job of delivering a slew of infectious hooks. ‘Chainless Spirit’ is an earworm across the board thanks to singsong leads and fun vocal/guitar trade-offs during the verses topped off with an especially catchy chorus. ‘Raiders Of Jolly Roger’ and ‘Black Sails On The Horizon’ fill out the quota for pirate-themed lyrics and I can get into the life affirming energy of ‘Wandering Souls’ and ‘Hell On Earth.’ The closing ‘Highland Outlaw’ is another great addition, serving as the blazing near ten-minute epic that hasn’t been seen since 2016’s War Of The Roses.Considering how a schtick like this should’ve worn thin several times over by now, it’s always great to see Blazon Stone consistently offer strong Power Metal bangers. While the promotion to a full band lineup hasn’t changed the style on a superficial note, it reflects in the intensely energetic performances that enhance the songs’ incredibly potent hooks. 2017’s Down In The Dark may still be my personal favorite Blazon Stone album, but Damnation is shaping up to be a powerful contender. Not everything needs to be original to be exemplary.

Line-Up:

Matias Palm - Vocals (2021-present) - See also: Domination Black, Heavy Metal Perse, Kirwes, Merging Flare, Night Crime, Guardians of Mankind, ex-Disease
Ced - Bass, Guitars, Drums (2011-2019, 2020-present) - See also: Cloven Altar, Crystal Viper, Lector, Mortyr, Palantír, Runelord, Starblind (live), Breitenhold, Rocka Rollas, ex-The Storyteller, ex-Steelwing (live), ex-Anger Burning, ex-Återfall
Emil Westin Skogh - Guitars (lead) (2018-2019, 2020-present) - See also: Planet Rain, Rocka Rollas, ex-The Storyteller
Marta Gabriel - Bass (2021-present) - See also: Crystal Viper, Moon Chamber, Jack Starr's Burning Starr (live), ex-Börn Again, Marta Gabriel
Kalle Löfgren - Drums (2021-present) - See also: ex-Burn the Plague, ex-Follow the Cipher, ex-Bloodbound (live), ex-Billion Dollar Babies, ex-Mary Fay, ex-Deaf Rat (live)

Tracklist:

01. Damnation (Intro) 01:39 instrumental
02. Endless Fire of Hate 04:33
03. Raiders of Jolly Roger 04:40
04. Chainless Spirit 03:13
05. Black Sails on the Horizon 05:12
06. Wandering Souls 05:06
07. Hell on Earth 04:37
08. Bohemian Renegade 03:46
09. 1671 00:35 instrumental
10. Highland Outlaw 09:41


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