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Performer: Pagan Altar
Genre: Rock
Title: The Room of Shadows
Released: 2017
Style: Doom Metal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1929 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1918 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1911 mb
Rating: 4.6
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How does it hold up? There are a lot of notable things about this album straight out the gate. The production is much different than past efforts. This is especially true for The Room of Shadows, which is not only the first Pagan Altar album to come out since 2006’s Mystical and Magical but also their final release due to the unfortunate passing of singer Terry Jones in 2015. It operates on the same tropes as the three full-lengths before it. The production is devoid of any modern influence, the guitars consist of fuzzy rhythms and classic rock leads, the lyrics are as macabre as ever, and Mr. Jones still has the jangly drawl of a Lovecraft Country bumpkin

He would lay a salt trail all around the room For why he never knew But a voice from deep within him Told him exactly what to do Adults seem quite unaware Of the demon that waits inside And laugh at his reluctance To cross that threshold line. The adults lost their perception of The truth only a child can see The price we pay for material gain The price for material greed

Temple Of Mystery, 12 page booklet, Pagan Altar are one of the originators of doomy NWOBHM, mixing their 70?s influences into occult-tinged heavy metal. Alongside bands like Witchfinder General and Legend, their very own unique breed of mystical doom metal was unfortunately sunk into obscurity after no interest were shown from labels. The songs for the long awaited ?The Room of Shadows? were originally written back in 2004-2005, and the album was set to be released as ?Never Quite Dead? in 2014? until the tragic passing of their beloved frontman Terry Jones, who had been bravely battling cancer for a year prior. The album will thus be released in homage to this true gentleman, who was well loved by his treasured family and fans.

Band Name Pagan Altar. Album Name The Room of Shadows. Data de lançamento 24 Agosto 2017. Labels Temple Of Mystery Records. Estilo de MúsicaDoom Metal. Membros têm este álbum10. 1. Rising of the Dead. 2. Portrait of Dorian Gray. 4. Dance of the Vampires. 5. The Room of Shadows. Other productions from Pagan Altar.

Released by Temple of Mystery Records. ca TRACKLIST: 1. Rising of the Dead 00:00 2. The Portrait of Dorian Gray 08:52 3. Danse Macabre 13:56 4. Dance of the Vampires 21:45 5. The Room of Shadows 28:18 6. The Ripper 34:48 7. After Forever 45:24 - Full Download. TRACKLIST: 1. After Forever 45:24.

When Pagan Altar singer Terry Jones lost his battle against cancer two years ago, close to his 70th birthday, the task of finishing an album the band had been working on since 2006 was left to his son and guitarist, Alan. Against all odds, the final full-length from NWOBHM’s most overlooked gems is as luminous and gracious as their early albums were dark and hopeless. Whereas part of Pagan Altar’s formative charm lay in their rough production values, The Room Of Shadows is by far the band’s richest and most melodic album to date, with dual harmonies aplenty and a genuine 70s sensibility, even.

Band : Pagan Altar Country : Great Britain Release : The Room Of Shadows Year : 2017 Genre : NWOBHM/Heavy Metal, Doom Metal File Info : MP3, 320 Kbps Download : Cloud. Alan Jones - Guitars/Backing Vocals. Diccon Harper - Bass. Rising Of The Dead 2. The Portrait Of Dorian Gray 3. Danse Macabre 4. Dance Of The Vampires 5. The Room Of Shadows 6. The Ripper 7. After Forever.

Pagan Altar unveil the title-track from The Room of Shadows, their long-awaited final album following the death of frontman Terry Jones, out Aug. 24, 2017. Thirty-five years after recording their debut album and nearly 20 after Volume I finally saw its release, Pagan Altar put the capstone on their career with The Room of Shadows. What has been floated as the NWOBHM-era cult outfit’s final long-player is their fourth/fifth overall and arrives 11 years after its predecessor, 2006’s Mythical and Magical, via Temple of Mystery Records even more dripping in context and narrative than the simple span of time and retirement of the band.