Fairyland - The Fall Of An Empire

7.7 | 78 votes |
Release date: 2006
Style: Symphonic power metal


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01. Endgame
02. The Fall Of An Empire
03. Lost In The Dark Lands
04. Slaves Forlorn
05. The Awakening
06. Eldanie Uelle
07. Clanner Of The Light
08. To The Havenrod
09. The Walls Of Laemnil
10. Anmorkenta
11. In Duna
12. The Story Remains
13. Look Into Lost Years
14. Across The Endless Sea [bonus]

Max Leclerq - vocals
Phillippe "Phil" Giordana - keyboards
Anthony Parker - guitars
Pierre-Emmanuel "Piwee" Desfray - drums
Thomas "Tom" Cesario - guitars, bass, additional vocals

Additional musicians:
Flora Spinelli - vocals
Sarah Leyssac - vocals

Additional info
Label: Napalm Records
Length: 62:41 minutes

Staff review by
Fairyland hail from France and managed to return during 2006 under the friendly veil of Napalm Records with their second full-length release (third if you take into consideration the album "Realm Of Wonders" which was released under the bandname "Fantasia"). The name of the album is "The Fall Of An Empire" and this is the first time for me to come across this band, a band that left me some very positive thoughts being an old fan of both Rhapsody Of Fire (well, Rhapsody back then..) and Blind Guardian.

published 30.10.2006 | Comments (14)

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23.12.2011 - 13:14
Rating: 6
The Norseman
Very average album imo. Doesn't have any personality, soulless.

It's not a waste of time to hear but the songs just didn't grew on me. Their next album is much better.
28.08.2016 - 21:16
Rating: 8
It is not the best but it is an acceptable album
Winter Is Here...
20.04.2017 - 01:42
Rating: 7
M C Vice
Is it weird that this one sounds more like Martin era Dark Moor than the Martin fronted Fairyland album?
"Another day, another Doug."
"I'll fight you on one condition. That you lower your nipples."

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