Cirith Ungol - King Of The Dead album flac
- Album: King Of The Dead
- FLAC: 1259 mb | MP3: 1996 mb
- Released: 1984
- Style: Heavy Metal
- Rating: 4.7/5
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are there any other metal bands that sound like them?
King of the Dead is the second album by the American heavy metal band Cirith Ungol. It was self-produced by the band and released in July 1984 on Enigma Records. It was re-released in September 1999 on Metal Blade Records. Band member Robert Garven declared in an interview: "King of the Dead was our best album, the reason was that we had total control over it. Every album could have been this good if we could have exercised complete control over its production and other things.
Thunder howls, The King will rise again The time has come, to pay for all your sins Silence shattered by his gasping cries His savage touch will end your world of lies. Who has dared to desecrate his crypt Shall soon be hanging lifeless in his grip Who has dared to stalk him in the gloom For he has freshly risen from the tomb. Crown upon his head King of the Dead. The sword descends, the blood shall fall like rain Its rising tide will cleanse your world of pain His grip will rob the living of their breath For as he ruled in life, he rules in death.
King of the Dead (Live) 13. Cirith Ungol (Live). Henrik Thøgersen Don't talk to me about epic metal, if you haven't heard this album. King of the Dead will flay your immortal soul! Also, the remastering is superb. Berwyn Powell If only all remasters could sound like this one. I downloaded the flac files on Friday morning (it's now Sunday afternoon) and have been listening to them virtually non-stop all weekend
Band Name Cirith Ungol. Album Name King of the Dead. Erscheinungsdatum 02 Juli 1984. Labels Metal Blade Records Enigma Records One Way Records. Musik GenreHeavy Metal. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen135. Re-Issue in 1999 by Metal Blade Records with a bonustrack/Re-Issue in 2017 by by Metal Blade Records with all bonustracks and DVD. 1. Atom Smasher.
Where the FUCK did Cirith Ungol's King of the Dead come from? Sure, the Californian act was never your standard meat and potatoes heavy metal act, but Frost and Fire wasn't that far out of the general ballpark. Vocalist Tim Baker didn't have terribly usual heavy metal vocals, but his performance on the 1980 debut full-length was something of a Bon Scott impression (though of course Baker brought some of his own character as well), which was hardly the strangest direction to hear a vocalist take in 1980 . King of the Dead is a dark and primitive, yet also very catchy and fun, listen, but overall it doesn't provide enough innovation to really be a top class album.
Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Comentários. SonikkuBratMês atrás. Incredible for 1984, thanks for uploading this gem! ARTalive01Mês atrás
Written-By – Cirith Ungol. B1. Death Of The Sun. Written-By – Cirith Ungol. King Of The Dead (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, Gre).
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