Their first album “March For Glory”, the first part of the trilogy, has been released by Rage In Eden records in December 2007. The album has nine tracks and 40 minute of neoclassical and industrial music.
The second album “Liberation” was released on December 1, 2010. It features 10 tracks, with a total playing time of 1 hours and 8 minutes. Not only is the second album longer than the first one, the style is even more refined, and includes many more sound samples (speeches, battle noises, etc.) to enhance the atmosphere.
The first part of the third album (last part of the trilogy), titled “La Chute”, was released on the internet for download on October 15, 2011. The released first part (CD1) contains 11 tracks with a playing time of 56 minutes. The same album was released with 72 minutes playing time featuring 14 tracks at Steinklang Industries. One of the tracks featuring on both releases, Pour une Cause Perdue was changed in that in the original (released over the internet) version it contained a sound sample from Hitler’s last radio speech from January 30, 1945, which was removed from the CD version appearing at Steinklang. Five bonus tracks (CD2) were also released that time.
Edited by marchofheroes2 on 20 Apr 2013, 09:29
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