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Release date: 19 January 2009
Style: Medieval folk metal


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01. La Danse De La Corne
02. Joglar
03. Banquet
04. In Taberna
05. Forêt d'Outre Tombe
06. Egérie Nocturne
07. Mascaria
08. Ivresse Des Dieux
09. Bestiari
10. Gaste Flamme
11. Nueit De Sabbat

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White Winter Sun

Disclaimer: if you are one of those for whom folk only means festive music with traditional instruments mixed with heavy electric guitars and insane drumming, you might be disappointed by the music by Stille Volk. Indeed, even though the band plays folk metal and uses traditional instruments (such as jew's harp, bagpipe...), you will not find any synthetic and electric instruments in their music. So, if you don't care about folk without these modern elements (and in a lesser extent to reading this slab of review), simply just go ahead and click on the previous page button in your internet browser.

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JD - 25.08.2011 at 00:18  
Rating: 9 I'm in love with this Medieval German Folk. Albums like this, makes me want to learn Yiddish.

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