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Crimson Throne

Crimson Throne

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1.1
Forgotten Nobility
Crimson Throne
6:13
1.2
Praetorian March
Crimson Throne
7:04
1.3
Fog of War
Crimson Throne
8:49
1.4
Shadows of Ruin
Crimson Throne
6:02
Total Playing Time    28:08
"... proudly (borrows) from the Norwegian and Swedish greats of the '90s while blending some classic heavy metal and a bit of melodic thrash in as well. They retain the dark and evil atmosphere of second wave black metal while adding some extra swagger and guitar solos. Think of them as a rawer take on Primordial, with vocals that blend the high-pitched fury of early Gorgoroth with the whispering rasps of Beherit and Demoncy ... (the band's sound is) clear and robust, yet not overproduced in any way ... definitely an underground black metal band to follow."
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This self-titled debut four song EP from British black metal band Crimson Throne draws influence from world history and examines how we comprehend and cope with the effects of historical events and figures in modern times.
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