Rhapsody Of Fire - Unveil New Album Cover Art, Tracklist


Shortly after sharing details regarding the first chapter of "The Nephilim's Empire" saga, The Eighth Mountain, the epic power metallers Rhapsody Of Fire have now revealed the cover art and tracklist of the record. It is set to hit stores near you on February 22nd, 2019 via AFM Records.




Tracklist:

01. Abyss Of Pain
02. Seven Heroic Deeds
03. Master Of Peace
04. Rain Of Fury
05. White Wizard
06. Warrior Heart
07. The Courage To Forgive
08. March Against The Tyrant
09. Clash Of Times
10. The Legend Goes On
11. The Wind, The Rain And The Moon
12. Tales Of A Hero's Fate

Moreover, Rhapsody Of Fire invite their fans to keep their eyes (and ears) open next week for more information about pre-orders and exciting content.

The band will perform at 17 cities all around Europe in February and March with special guests to be announced.

Source: pt-pt.facebook.com
Band profile: Rhapsody Of Fire
 
Posted: 24.11.2018 by BloodTears


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Comments: 23   Visited by: 160 users
25.11.2018 - 05:48
mikeprado30
Awaiting it as any other one from them
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BARDS WE ARE, BARDS WE WILL BE!
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25.11.2018 - 12:39
skelator
This will be their downfall.
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25.11.2018 - 14:48
Kais
I'll let the music judge.
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25.11.2018 - 17:46
Ellrohir
Heaven Knight
I like the cover art. Much better than previous two with uninspiring generic dragons... Let's wait for the music.
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25.11.2018 - 18:25
zikon
The cover art is pretty neat, at least it's less repetitive than the other "artist" who uses the same colour palette on their artwork (blue/yellow/black/yellow things like that)
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25.11.2018 - 18:49
skelator
Yeah, admire artwork guys, because it will be best thing of whole thing I'm affraid
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25.11.2018 - 18:51
mikeprado30
Written by skelator on 25.11.2018 at 12:39

This will be their downfall.

Hey, didn't know you traveled on future!

Who'll win the next MLB and the next NBA seasons?
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25.11.2018 - 21:50
skelator
You dont need crystal ball but kust look back at history of music.
What happened with Deep Purple without Gillan and Blackmore?

And Miami Heat ofc:kopkop:
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25.11.2018 - 23:22
that guy
Written by skelator on 25.11.2018 at 21:50

You dont need crystal ball but kust look back at history of music.
What happened with Deep Purple without Gillan and Blackmore?



Without Gillan, they managed fine, especially with Hughes and Coverdale. As for the music they did after Blackmore left, there's plenty of great stuff especially on Purpendicular, Abandon and Now What.
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26.11.2018 - 04:40
Opethian
Yeah, I'm stoked! Bring it
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26.11.2018 - 04:44
Decent cover art, bad song titles. Dark Wings of Steel was bad, Into The Legend was decent, and Legendary Years was crap, no way of knowing how this one will turn out. I want to be optimistic but i dont see the reason why.
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26.11.2018 - 15:16
Andreas
Written by mikeprado30 on 25.11.2018 at 05:48

Awaiting it as any other one from them

Actually this is the first time in years that I'm excited about a Rhapsody release (last time being LT's Ascending to Infinity). DWoS, ItL and Prometheus didn't have a solid idea behind them, like a concept story provides. Not to say those albums were bad (I'm seriously starting to think that my ignoring of DWoS was a mistake when I listen to it on youtube), but part of the magic of Rhapsody is being immersed in an epic fantasy tale. I know it's an entirely different band, but there's too many factors that seem to point at this release being worth it.
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27.11.2018 - 01:40
skelator
Written by that guy on 25.11.2018 at 23:22

Written by skelator on 25.11.2018 at 21:50

You dont need crystal ball but kust look back at history of music.
What happened with Deep Purple without Gillan and Blackmore?



Without Gillan, they managed fine, especially with Hughes and Coverdale. As for the music they did after Blackmore left, there's plenty of great stuff especially on Purpendicular, Abandon and Now What.

I was talking about Come Taste The Band mate....
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27.11.2018 - 03:14
Akula
Written by skelator on 27.11.2018 at 01:40

Written by that guy on 25.11.2018 at 23:22

Written by skelator on 25.11.2018 at 21:50

You dont need crystal ball but kust look back at history of music.
What happened with Deep Purple without Gillan and Blackmore?



Without Gillan, they managed fine, especially with Hughes and Coverdale. As for the music they did after Blackmore left, there's plenty of great stuff especially on Purpendicular, Abandon and Now What.

I was talking about Come Taste The Band mate....

Which is a very nice album
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27.11.2018 - 23:01
skelator
"Nice" in DP discography means "shit"
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28.11.2018 - 00:33
Akula
Eh?
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28.11.2018 - 01:43
skelator
Eh!
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28.11.2018 - 12:03
that guy
Written by skelator on 27.11.2018 at 01:40

Written by that guy on 25.11.2018 at 23:22

Written by skelator on 25.11.2018 at 21:50

You dont need crystal ball but kust look back at history of music.
What happened with Deep Purple without Gillan and Blackmore?



Without Gillan, they managed fine, especially with Hughes and Coverdale. As for the music they did after Blackmore left, there's plenty of great stuff especially on Purpendicular, Abandon and Now What.

I was talking about Come Taste The Band mate....


And I said they did fine with Hughes and Coverdale and that includes Come Taste the Band.
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28.11.2018 - 12:05
that guy
Written by skelator on 27.11.2018 at 23:01

"Nice" in DP discography means "shit"


Deep Purple being called "shit" on a Rhapsody thread (of all places) is rather funny.
No offense...
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30.11.2018 - 18:52
The Shape 1973
Heard new track, The Legend Goes On. Sounds a bit like Dragonland. Far more generic power metal than previous stuff. It's not terrible, but still feels watered down.
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02.12.2018 - 03:46
D88M3R
Written by Andreas on 26.11.2018 at 15:16

Written by mikeprado30 on 25.11.2018 at 05:48

Awaiting it as any other one from them

Actually this is the first time in years that I'm excited about a Rhapsody release (last time being LT's Ascending to Infinity). DWoS, ItL and Prometheus didn't have a solid idea behind them, like a concept story provides. Not to say those albums were bad (I'm seriously starting to think that my ignoring of DWoS was a mistake when I listen to it on youtube), but part of the magic of Rhapsody is being immersed in an epic fantasy tale. I know it's an entirely different band, but there's too many factors that seem to point at this release being worth it.


Bro, Prometheus is a work of art, nothing will change that.
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02.12.2018 - 03:48
D88M3R
Written by that guy on 28.11.2018 at 12:05

Written by skelator on 27.11.2018 at 23:01

"Nice" in DP discography means "shit"


Deep Purple being called "shit" on a Rhapsody thread (of all places) is rather funny.
No offense...


What do you mean? Rhapsody is one of the best bands the worlwide MUSIC has seen in the decades.
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03.12.2018 - 13:47
Andreas
Written by D88M3R on 02.12.2018 at 03:46

Bro, Prometheus is a work of art, nothing will change that.

I like Prometheus, but it's pretty clear that Luca isn't experiencing the same hunger as in his early days. It's as if the fire has gone out, it's a bit too mellow lately. I'm not saying this cheaply, it's just the impression I have which is enforced by the fact that he put his incarnation of Rhapsody on hold in favor of more pop oriented affairs (the good man mentioned Adele as an inspiration).
Just listen to the entire Prometheus album with the Riot cover bonus track at the end. It's a way more "metal" affair at the end of a synth heavy album.
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