Haggard - And Thou Shalt Trust... The Seer


8.4 | 208 votes |
Release date: 15 October 1997
Style: Symphonic metal

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01. The Day As Heaven Wept
02. Origin Of A Crystal Soul
03. Requiem In D-Minor
04. In A Pale Moon's Shadow
05. Cantus Firmus In A-Minor
06. De La Morte Noire
07. Lost (Robin's Song)
08. A Midnight Gathering

Additional info
Re-released as CD and LP in 2008 through Nattvind Records

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15.04.2010 - 18:42
Uirapuru
Liver Failure
I found this a little overrated : / ... just feel like this album would be better without the metal...
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member of the true crusade against old school heavy metal, early 80s thrash, NWOBHM, traditional doom, first and second wave black metal, old school death metal, US power metal, 70s prog rock and atmospheric doomsludgestoner. o/
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09.07.2010 - 14:14
Rating: 8
Roro
Written by Uirapuru on 15.04.2010 at 18:42

I found this a little overrated : / ... just feel like this album would be better without the metal...


i just finished listining to the album, i find it very good and depressing, so its fine :p
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11.08.2010 - 09:34
Rating: 8
Aetherius
Just got this and I like it. I think its just fine as well and the metal with it is awesome. I have always liked classical/romantic music and metal as well from a very young age so both of these fused together so perfectly is awesome. If you like both of these styles I mentioned you will most certainly love this album. The metal in it is awesome btw
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12.03.2017 - 00:33
Rating: 9
anathema_1977
This album is a killer. I cant follow the discussion "with/without the metal". There is no question "with or without the metal" here. This is an excellent symphonic metal album. By that it is a composition of elements of classic music and metal. I cant find any weak moments on this album. Highlights: In a pale moons shadow, origin of a chrystal soul.
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