Kamelot - Eternity

6.2 | 212 votes |
Release date: 23 August 1995
Style: Symphonic power metal


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01. Eternity
02. Black Tower
03. Call Of The Sea
04. Proud Nomad
05. Red Sands
06. One Of The Hunted
07. Fire Within
08. Warbird
09. What About Me
10. Etude Jongleur
11. The Gleeman

Additional info
Produced & Engineered by Jim Morris for D.U.A.F. Productions; Co-Produced by Kamelot
Recorded and Mixed at Morrisound Studios, Tampa, FL
Mastered at Morrisound; Assistants - Dave Wehner, Steve Heritage, Jeff MacDonald; Management - Dustin Hardman
Entertainment, Tampa, FL; Photography - Buni Zubaldi; Clothing - Chrissy Orsini

All songs published by ©1995 Dark Wings/©1995 Throne Music (ASCAP)

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Eternity is the first album of the Power Metal band Kamelot. It's also the first of the two the band recorded with Mark Vanderbilt doing the vocals. The guitarist and founding member, Thomas Youngblood, recently stated in an interview for the "Rock Hard" magazine, that when it comes to this album (along with their second one), 90% of their fans, are totally unaware of it. That's true and sad in a way, since it's a great album.

published 28.04.2007 | Comments (8)

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29.06.2014 - 22:43
Rating: 4
The music - good.
The vocals - horrendous. Pretty hilarious.
23.12.2015 - 20:22
Rating: 4
Didn't like anything about this album. Move along people.
The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../
22.01.2017 - 13:43
Rating: 4
Probably the worst album they've ever made (though Dominion and Siége Perilous aren't that much better tbh). Glad they have made a bunch of better albums after these initial 3 albums.

Just skip the first 3 albums, they don't even come close to most of the albums after that.

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