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Masquerade

Golden Dawn

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
February 24th, 2003
Catalog ID:
NPR 116
Label:
Napalm Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 95%)
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2. Doomsday Celebration 02:55  
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3. Alive and Immortal? 06:14   Show lyrics
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4. Where Dragons Reign 04:20   Show lyrics
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5. Masquerade 06:43   Show lyrics
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6. Enthralled by Unknown Dimensions 04:07   Show lyrics
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7. Unborn Again 05:17   Show lyrics
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8. A Memory's Reflection 01:04  
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9. Sic Transit Gloria Mundi 06:27   Show lyrics
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10. Angel 06:15   Show lyrics
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Band members
Karim E. Kienzle Guitars (lead & rhythm)
Dreamlord Vocals, Keyboards, Guitars (additional)
Moritz Neuner Drums
Sebastian Reiter Guitars (lead), Guitars (acoustic), Bass
Guest/Session
Marco "Snake" Modl Vocals
Raphael Lepuschitz Vocals
Sandra Schranzhofer Vocals (female)
Karim E. Kienzle Guitars (lead & rhythm)
Dreamlord Vocals, Keyboards, Guitars (additional)
Moritz Neuner Drums
Sebastian Reiter Guitars (lead), Guitars (acoustic), Bass
Read Fascinating blend of metal 90% OSheaman August 10th, 2004
Read Awesome extreme band that... 100% Ultimate_Dave January 2nd, 2004

In early 2001, Traunm├╝ller joined forces with two guitarists and concurrently signed with Ars Metalli. But while Masquerade was being recorded, the label folded, leaving the band to self-finance the album.
The finished product includes the work of Moritz Neuner on drums, as well as the talents of several session singers, and presents a more varied and experimental Golden Dawn, which eventually secured a deal with Napalm Records.

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