Tersivel - For One Pagan Brotherhood

8.8 | 18 votes |
Release date: 26 February 2011
Style: Extreme folk metal, Power metal


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01. For One Pagan Brotherhood
02. As Brothers We Shall Fight
03. The Heathen Sun Of Revenge
04. Far Away In The Distant Skies
05. High Germany - The Erin's Jig
06. And Fires Also Die Away
07. Those Days Are Gone
08. Tarantella Siciliana
09. We Wre The Fading Sun
10. Aeolian Islands
11. Cosa Nostra
12. Pagan Nation

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François-René de Chateaubriand, the founder of Romanticism in French literature, once said "Il ne faut pas être plus royaliste que le roi," meaning: "Don't try to outpope the pope." Being not even fit to lace this great writer's boots, I wouldn't even dare to question this august quote but a pagan Argentinian quartet dubbed Tersivel did it by embracing a culture approximately seven thousand miles away from their hometown Buenos Aires and outshining Scandinavia's very own sons with an opus entitled For One Pagan Brotherhood.

published 04.08.2011 | Comments (8)

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29.12.2011 - 01:03
Rating: 9
Zmaj Ognjeni Vuk
To Mega Therion
Best folk debut this year!

Opinions are like assholes, everybody has one, and they all stink.
06.04.2015 - 10:35
Well this was fun.
04.07.2019 - 13:05
Rating: 8
A good album with some powerful moments. They just need to refine their sound as it is a bit all over the place, sometimes straying too close to their influences.

7.5/10 leaning towards an 8.

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