Falconer / Nocturnal Rites - Nocturnal Rites/Falconer [Split] mp3 downloadPerformer: Falconer / Nocturnal Rites
Title: Nocturnal Rites/Falconer [Split]
Style: Contemporary Pop/Rock,Heavy Metal
Size MP3 version: 1788 mb
Size FLAC version: 1237 mb
Size WMA version: 1844 mb
Format: VQF AA XM MP3 MP1 AAC
Genre: Pop Rock
Falconer / Nocturnal Rites - Nocturnal Rites/Falconer [Split] mp3 download
Songs: Nocturnal Rites - Okahoo, Falconer - Rock 'n' Roll Devil . Nocturnal Rites, Falconer Information. Track listing (Songs).
Nocturnal Rites/Falconer. 45 RPM single - Swedmetal Records, Sound Pollution
Album Name Nocturnal Rites - Falconer. Released date September 2005. Labels Swedmetal Records. Music StyleMelodic Power. Members owning this album2. 2. Rock 'n' Roll Devil.
Nocturnal Rites - Okahoo. Side B. Falconer - Rock 'n' Roll Devil.
Nocturnal Rites Albums: In a Time of Blood and Fire, Tales of Mystery and Imagination, The Sacred Talisman, Afterlife, Shadowland. Songs: Still Alive, Our Wasted Days, Before We Waste Away, Ring Of Steel, Fools Never Die. .
Nocturnal Rites is a Swedish power metal band formed in 1990. The band started off under the name Necronomic playing death metal, as can be heard on their demo (The Obscure, 1991). This attracted some independent labels' attention, but they turned them down in the hope of a better opportunity. On the two-track promo that was recorded in 1992, their style had evolved into a slightly more melodic, Iron Maiden-influenced sound, but was still unmistakably death metal.
NOCTURNAL, PAGAN RITES - Split (7" Gatefold EP). Sweden Doomish Pagan. Already known for their done right" quality German thrash, Nocturnal crank-out a brand new tune with a titanic sound of violent force & furry followed by an excellent rendition of Sodom's "Outbreak of Evil". The darker side features the mighty roar of Pagan Rites with duo satanic offerings of traditional 80's black metal spirit for the old & wise. 666!! Comes in a nice full color gatefold jacket.
Here's a quick message from Jonny reminding you that "Phoenix", our first album in ten years, just dropped.
For Sweden’s Falconer the moment of truth came in the fall of 2005, when the band parted ways with singer Kristoffer Gobel and brought back Mathias Blad, who was the singer on Falconer’s most acclaimed releases – the self-titled debut (2001) and Chapters From A Vale Forlorn (2002). Your latest release is the Rock’n’Roll Devil split-single with Nocturnal Rites. Whose idea was it to release it? What songs does it contain? And who releases it?
CreditsFalconer - Primary Artist
Nocturnal Rites - Primary Artist