Omen of Victory (6:01)

Cover of Forsaken Fairytales

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  • Drostanxxx

    Lol, Vikiiiiiiiiiiiiing ! Vive le métal celtique!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    6 Apr 2011 Reply
  • ade_guitariste

    yeah nikel aussi, bon comme tu sais jaime moins les voix black mais bon l'esprit est sympa et le morceau de gratte jadore

    22 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Yokolat

    Vikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing !!! tiens c'est marrant que Melonman evoque Thorgal , tte ma jeunesse cette serie bd ..... mais ouais en effet c 'est pas loin d'etre ça! Grand morceau en tout cas !

    18 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Prince-of-lies

    Épique ! La mélodie est imparable et fait son effet ! L'une des meilleures, entraînante et alternant entre des passages plus doux et d'autres plus rapides et ces chants... entièrement réussis !

    17 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Nephologia

    Reminiscent of epic-adventure scores. Well-paced evolutions.

    16 Sep 2010 Reply
  • JJM1

    Good one. Didn't expect those grim black metal vocals at all.

    14 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Drostanxxx

    si belle, je laime baucoup!! <3 i love the way this song develops, from folk harp to folk rock, to clean vocals to harsh black metal vocals to the quiet, reflective finish - but why viking metal? to my biassed ears it's so celtic, like a song of ossian - and ever so slightly i hear echoes of the legendary breton musician alan stivell in the harp music and the haunting melody - merci =D

    14 Sep 2010 Reply
  • MelonMan1981

    Awesome epic song! Viking spirit with romantic and melancholic atmosphere, we can feel ourselves drifted along the beautiful cliffs of the hero's homeland as he leaves for new adventures... Thorgal would love this song, really! :)

    13 Sep 2010 Reply