Scythia | ...Of Exile

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...Of Exile

by Scythia

"...Of Exile" is a fantasy concept album that blends storytelling with neoclassical and progressive metal. The album features 10 tracks with a range of different styles at play from medieval folk to 70's rock and all the way to full-blown power metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Prelude
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3:57 $0.99
2. Spirit of the Quest
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5:23 $0.99
3. Sleeping Village
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1:39 $0.99
4. Forgotten Forest
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5. Fallen King
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6. Voice of the Sword
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7. For the King
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8. Fortress
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9. Dies Irae pt II
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10. Hobarth's Inn
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Album Notes
“Scythia craft an epic storytelling album….The classic sound and epic subject matter make this one wholly different from any other Metal album you’re likely to listen to this year.” 9/10 – Confront Magazine

“Scythia has successfully created what truly is ‘movie score metal’ with a style that is a confluence of Russia’s Beer Bear, Elvenking, and early Uriah Heep.” – MetalUnderground.com


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