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Stronghold

Summoning

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 11th, 1999
Catalog ID:
NPR060
Label:
Napalm Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
10 reviews (avg. 85%)
1. Rhûn 03:25   instrumental
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2. Long Lost to Where No Pathway Goes 07:23   Show lyrics
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3. The Glory Disappears 07:49   Show lyrics
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4. Like Some Snow-White Marble Eyes 07:19   Show lyrics
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5. Where Hope and Daylight Die 06:28   Show lyrics
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6. The Rotting Horse on the Deadly Ground 08:25   Show lyrics
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7. The Shadow Lies Frozen on the Hills 07:01   Show lyrics
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8. The Loud Music of the Sky 06:47   Show lyrics
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9. A Distant Flame Before the Sun 09:43   Show lyrics
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Band members
Protector Vocals (tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 9), Guitars, Keyboards, Drum programming
Silenius Vocals (tracks 3, 6, 9), Keyboards, Bass
Guest/Session
Tania Borsky Vocals on "Where Hope and Daylight Die"
Miscellaneous staff
Protector Producer, Mixing
Silenius Producer, Mixing
Protector Vocals (tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 9), Guitars, Keyboards, Drum programming
Silenius Vocals (tracks 3, 6, 9), Keyboards, Bass
Tania Borsky Vocals on "Where Hope and Daylight Die"
Protector Producer, Mixing
Silenius Producer, Mixing
Read On high above the mists... 80% Diamhea March 2nd, 2014
Read where are the stairs? 89% RapeTheDead August 6th, 2013
Read Summoning still going strong 90% NH March 3rd, 2008
Read Summoning's essential album. 95% woeoftyrants May 8th, 2007
Read Thinking Of Older Times... 91% OzzyApu February 21st, 2007
Read Perfect 100% Evilbone February 23rd, 2006
Read Majestic ambient-styled BM... 83% stefan86 December 25th, 2004
Read Ambiguous Symphonic Black... 68% Lycaon October 9th, 2004
Read Epic Melody over the Wall... 96% loinclarm April 16th, 2004
Read Weak... 55% Danthrax_Nasty December 9th, 2003

Tania Borsky, Richard Lederer's ex-girlfriend who also used to sing in Die Verbannten Kinder Evas did the guest vocals on "Where Hope and Daylight Die".

Released as DLP by Napalm in December 2012:
- 300 copies on 180g orange vinyl.
- 200 copies on gold vinyl with an autographed photocard of Silenius.

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