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Release date: 26 April 2004
Style: Symphonic metal

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8.9 | 463 votes

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Disc I [CD]
01. All´inizio è La Morte
02. Menuetto In Fa-Minore
03. Per Aspera Ad Astra
04. Of A Might Divine
05. Gavotta In Si-Minore
06. Herr Mannelig
07. The Observer
08. Eppur Si Muove
09. Largetto / Epilogo Adagio
10. Herr Mannelig [short version]
11. De La Morte Noire [live] [limited edition]
12. Robin's Song [live] [limited edition]


Disc II [limited edition DVD]
01. Requiem
02. In A Pale Moon's Shadow
03. Cantus Firmus
04. De La Morte Noir
05. Lost (Robin)
+ In a Pale Moon's Shadow [video]

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Review
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Additional info
The title of this album is a quote taken from Galileo Galilei which he supposedly muttered under his breath while being forced to denounce that the earth is an orb in court, it is however not proven that he said this

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor

Rating:
9.0
Symphonic elements in Metal is nowadays in fashion like never before. Bands like Therion made it largely popular and even way before neoclassical artists such as Ygnwie J. Malmsteen were amazing listeners with a blend of classical elements and Heavy Metal. But the German combo Haggard pushed this form of expression to a newer level with 2002's highly acclaimed "Awakening The Centuries". A full orchestra, a full choir and a very talented Metal base ranging from Heavy to Death Metal brought listeners to their knees. In this context, "Eppur Si Muove" surfaced in early 2004 and totally rocked my world.

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published 14.12.2004 | Comments (12)

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Leodrak - 12.01.2012 at 23:57  
Rating: 7 Hello, i feel this album too crude. I dont see balance between Metal music and Classical (or instrumentated) music. I can remark for good this track "Herr Mannelig". =)
LeKiwi - 01.11.2012 at 18:36  
Rating: 8 All elements of the album are flawless however, the combination isn't easy to understand in one sitting, will probably have to go back to this one again.
Ellrohir - 26.02.2013 at 22:56  
  Ok, i changed my mind...this is even slightly better than previous album
CWA - 04.07.2013 at 06:56  
Rating: 9 Asis vocals bring down what would be an almost perfect album in my opinion. This type of album would be much better with all clean vocals. I think growls would only fit if they were representing a villain or demonic character.
Metal Arsenal - 17.02.2014 at 16:45  
Rating: 10
Written by Guest on 31.01.2014 at 19:39

I really love this album, but if it didn't have growls, it could be my favourite album ever.


Growling makes the essence of this kind of their music Symphonic Gothic Metal, you can't deny. Maybe you are fond of Epic Symphonic Music only?
Ruchesko - 17.08.2014 at 05:40  
Rating: 6 The ensemble were pretty good, but the growling frontman did absolutely nothing for me.

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