SpellBlast | Horns Of Silence

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Horns Of Silence

by SpellBlast

Folk Influenced Power Metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. In The Name Of Odin
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2. Lost In The Forest
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3. Losing Reality
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4. Glory To The Gem
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5. Goblins' Song
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6. Legend Of The Ice Wolf
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7. Sign OF The Unicorns
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8. Resurrection
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9. Knights Of Darkness
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Album Notes
SpellBlast band was born in 1999 but they shown themselves to the public just in 2004 with his “Ray of Time” DEMO CD.
The own produced Cd offers a strong and firm power metal in all of its parts that gets a fair success and it built the background for the realization of the band’s first full length.
The changing of vocalist allowed the band to get a gain in power and the sound became more aggressive and mature, and so, in the last months of 2006, the new album was registered at NEW SIN STUDIO (Labyrinth, Domine, White Skull, Elvenking) called "Horns Of Silence".
Damnagoras (Elvenking) took part in this project lending his voice for some pieces of songs contributing to make the project more complete.
SpellBlast’s sound, that it remains power, became folk influenced and English fan, in front of which the band played at BloodStock06 with Primal Fear, My Dying Bride, Axel Rudi Pell e Brainstorm, seemed to be well interested.
After signing with the new born Metal Crusade Records, that it will release new cd in February 2007, the band is looking for the chance to show the result of its work in extra Italian scene.


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Andy Redfern

Superb folk-Metal debut.
I saw this group at Bloodstock indoor festival 2006, and knew instantly that this band were onto a winner. I've since waited for months for their album to be released, and only on cd baby have i found it! A great album that deserves to do well, and with any luck, this band will continue their vigilant strive forward, great things are predicted for them, one of the best folk-metal debuts ive heard in years-check out goblins song! Classic.

larry costa