03:31 - Redn1ght Haven't heard of any Vedic folk.. Try looking at youtube.
03:28 - Karlabos Also do you guys know some good vedic folk metal bands. Preferably extreme vedic folk?
03:22 - Karlabos Niburta has some throat singing too: [link] What is this anyway? Hungarian folk?
02:30 - Redn1ght I just discovered those bands earlier yesterday... I need to find more bands to listen to.
02:28 - moonflash Yeah once you get to the weird part of youtube the right side bar becomes an awesome portal of discovery lol. And the one you just posted sounds equally intruiging, kinda like kung-fu hustle meets In Extremo :P
02:12 - Redn1ght There's also The Nine Treasures: [link] @Moonflash.
02:03 - Redn1ght Just browse through youtube's weird parts. You will find some weird ones.
Additional info Special edition includes the band's Halflife EP, which was previously unreleased domestically.
A reissue with a different cover was released in 2005. Tracklist:
01. Heir of a Dying Day
02. To Live is to Hide
05. When a Dead Man Walks
07. Cold Heritage
08. Distant Sun
09. A Current Obsession
10. Wave of Anguish
11. Lost Lullaby (Bonus) (05:00)
Unleashed Memories bonus stuff:
Special edition includes the band's Halflife EP, which was previously unreleased domestically.
1. Halflife (05:01)
2. Trance Awake (02:00)
3. Senzafine (03:53)
4. Hyperfast (04:57)
5. Stars (Dubstar Cover) (04:37)
*: Tracks 11-15 from the tracklist shown below are the entire 'Halflife' EP, which was issued as a bonus.
What happens when one discovers for the first time that all that has been learnt in life is a lie? What happens when one discovers that heaven does not exist, that all the inconsistencies people have been spreading all these years are actually false, that life is in every one's own hands and there is no unseen force guiding the destiny? What happens is Unleashed Memories.
I believe this is the most varied lacuna coil album, and also for that matter their best. Few would argue that scabbia's voice soars with beauty on songs such as 'Purify' and 'Senzafine', and the epic imagery of 'Heir of a dying day' and 'Wave of anguish' make for a perfect opener and closer respectively. It may not be their heaviest, but it's certainly one of their most forward-thinking albums.