DRACHENFEUER - Realm Of Light (CASSETTE)

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PACKAGING:  Mist Grey Mountain colored cassette shells with a lamp black imprint and six panel full color J card factory sealed in a clear case. Ships with an exclusive pin & download for digital album including bonus track. Limited to 100 copies.

Tracklist
All Shall Love Me and Despair
Helm’s Deep
Flight of the Nazgul
Do Not Touch the Water
So Far Like Never Before
Father of Dragons
The Black Gate
Beren and Luthien
Nightfall At the Edge of the Old Forest
Dol Guldur
The Desolation of Smaug

Howard Shore may have shown us the beauty of Middle-Earth with a grandiose score but it is time to forsake the golden fields of the Riddermark, the silver eaves of Laurelindórenan, and majestic pearl of Minas Anor. Through the collaborative efforts of masters of the genre, Jim Kirkwood and Alexander Wieser as Drachenfeuer, we are given an opportunity to explore Middle-Earth in a way we never have before. We can travel to the fells of Angmar, the haunted home of the Witch-King, the long dark of Moria where the Balrog awaits in the shadows, or the spider ridden forest throne of Dol Guldur. With choirs, synths, guitars, and drums, explore the lands of Arda with new eyes, a new sense of wonder and danger. Heart rending melodies ready to carry you off to war, into a darkness that one can never escape. Hear the piercing wails of the Ringwraiths and cower in dreadful fear, hear the wrathful roars of the ancient dragons and feel the heat of their monstrous breath, hear the trumpets of the Valar, piercing the morning with the very music of creation.

Bear witness to the mightiest collaboration in all of dungeon synth as two masters mold folkish melodies and militant harmonies, adding terror and pain with beauty and love. Look upon the face of “Realm of Light” for none shall ever bear its like until the world is remade. Reach the heights of the firmament and the depths of the abyss. Watch as the world comes to life with smoky, shadowy melodies that no orchestras or symphonies could control. 

-Arthyr Sombulmancer

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