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Release date: 1995
Style: Black metal, Celtic folk metal

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Disc I
01. Fuil Ársa
02. Infernal Summer
03. Here I Am King
04. The Darkest Flame
05. The Fires...
06. Mealltach
07. Let The Sun Set On Life Forever
08. To The Ends Of The Earth
09. Beneath A Bronze Sky
10. Awaiting The Dawn...
11. The Calling [2001 remaster bonus]
12. Among The Lazarae [2001 remaster bonus]
13. To Enter Pagan [demo] [2009 re-release bonus]
14. The Darkest Flame [demo] [2009 re-release bonus]
15. Among The Lazarae [demo] [2009 re-release bonus]
16. To The Ends Of The Earth [demo] [2009 re-release bonus]

Disc II [DVD] [2009 re-release bonus]
01. Among The Lazarae
02. Let The Sun Set On Life Forever
03. To Enter Pagan
04. The Darkest Flame
05. The Fires

Lyrics (11)


Line-up
Alan "Nemtheanga" Averill - vocals
Ciáran MacUiliam - guitars, keyboards, whistle, bodhran
Pól MacAmlaigh - bass

Session musicians
Derek MacAmlaigh - drums


Additional info
Recorded over 12 days during Winter 1994 by Andrew Radley at Skerrieshell Studio,
Mixed by Mags at Academy Studios, Spring 1995.

Cover artwork by John O'Fathaigh.

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NocturnalStalker - 09.09.2012 at 19:44  
Rating: 8 While this album can hardly be compared to the band's modern works, in my opinion, it already carried the aura of dark romanticism ever-present in Primordial's music.
Bad English - 21.08.2013 at 00:43  
 
Written by NocturnalStalker on 09.09.2012 at 19:44

While this album can hardly be compared to the band's modern works, in my opinion, it already carried the aura of dark romanticism ever-present in Primordial's music.


band has no modern albums, band has simply primordial albums
Bad English - 21.08.2013 at 00:43  
 
Written by NocturnalStalker on 09.09.2012 at 19:44

While this album can hardly be compared to the band's modern works, in my opinion, it already carried the aura of dark romanticism ever-present in Primordial's music.


band has no modern albums, band has simply primordial albums
Bad English - 21.08.2013 at 00:45  
  Totaly diferent then other ones, more old, more demo sound, more black as much it could be in Primordial case , more harsh vocal sound not as we know this band and as why I like it
I was suprised, when I heard this, but still this is good album, it has value, band dont play like this anymore, well I dont consider a BIG change if after demo and 1th album band change a sound, but i like it I simply like this band and this album is good

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