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Blue Flame Cavalry (CD)
The word "epic" means many things to many people, and these days, it is often used casually in conversation to mean anything positive, but to the doomy epic metal band Realmbuilder, the word epic means one thing: a grand journey. Blue Flame Cavalry, the third release by this American outfit, is comprised of eventful songs that are larger and more majestic than those heard on their first two albums (Summon the Stone Throwers and Fortification of the Pale Architect). On Realmbuilder's new release, Blue Flame Cavalry, listeners will be ushered into the realm with a short anthem, "They Write Their Names With Fire," which is a direct continuation of the driving heavy metal from the band's two previous releases. Thereafter, things get big. "Advance of the War Giants" is thirteen-minute composition that marches through many new terrains for the band--a journey heralded by a ram's horn and tidal waves of harmony guitar. "Adrift Upon the Night Ocean" is a spacious and lush cut, an introspective and very personal journey, and the last song--"Blue Flame Cavalry"--is possibly the band's finest track to date, an overture and a song within a song, alternately bleak and rousing. Blue Flame Cavalry is the ultimate realization of the band's fantastical vision--a unique and heartfelt album of doomy epic metal. Blow the ancient horn!
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Type: CD
Recorded: 2013
Release Date: 2013-12-06
Label: I Hate Records
Country: Euro
Item No: IHRCD114
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Track List
01 They Write Their Names With Fire 03:42
02 Advance Of The War Giants 12:44
03 Adrift Upon The Night Ocean 07:34
04 Blue Flame Cavalry 10:16
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