Release date: 2001
Style: Folk metal, Power metal


7 | 1 vote


4 have it

01. Intro
02. The Tombstone
03. Gfauni Ängle
04. Tell
05. The Tomorrow Song
06. Dragongroundalp
07. Forgotten Hymn
08. Täu grosse Kämpfer
09. Don't Destroy
10. Out Of Rain
11. Hillflames On High
12. Last Episode
13. Outro
14. Fritzebach (Po.Nuss-Dräck)


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No much people know this band, and that's because they're one of the most underrated band In the Folk Metal scene, with the recent explosion of Folk Metal bands, Excelsis should have received their chance with a big label a long time ago, but nobody said that life was fair.

Helvetic Folk Power Metal is what Excelsis does, but is a special type of Power Metal if you ask me, because no typical fast-paced double bass tracks will be found here, instead, mid-paced and anthem-like songs, you'll feel like in a campfire listening stories from a group of drunken bards singing with a mug of ale in their hands each, instead of a group of long-haired-sword-bearers-dragon-slayer warriors of Heavy Metal. Thank god.

published 07.04.2004 | Comments (0)

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