Elvenking album details
2010-07-23 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 16 Comments

Italian folk metal band Elvenking have named their upcoming album Red Silent Tides. They also revealed the tracklist and artwork for it. The release date is to be announced.

Tracklist:
01. Dawnmelting
02. The Last Hour
03. Silence De Mort
04. The Cabal
05. Runereader
06. Possession
07. Your Heroes Are Dead
08. Those Days
09. This Nightmare Will Never End
10. What's Left Of Me
11. The Play Of The Leaves


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Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
July 23rd 2010

8318 Comments


[img]http://www.bravewords.com/static/medias/images/news/143159.jpg[/img]

BludgeonySteve
July 23rd 2010

558 Comments


Fantastic, I can't wait! I call review, by the way. I did the last one and did a great job, therefore I should get this one. Also nobody is allowed to break this arbitrary rule of mine. Or that one. Or that one. Or....

Bleekill
July 23rd 2010

832 Comments


I really hate this style of music but The art work is pretty decent for folk metal.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
July 23rd 2010

16263 Comments


I really, really, really like that album art. A lot.

Digging: Ulver - Bergtatt

eternium
July 23rd 2010

16304 Comments


Album art is badass.

chaos17
July 23rd 2010

296 Comments


Even if the album sucks, at least the artwork is awesome.

Digging: La Roux - Trouble In Paradise

jybt
July 23rd 2010

342 Comments


Used to like this band...but everything past Wyrd sucked. Little to no thought was put into the music, and it sounds absolutely cringeworthy many times over because of its inane, childish construction.

Two Tragedy Poets was, at least, an improvement, but Elvenking couldn't really come up with much interesting material unplugged.

BallsToTheWall
July 23rd 2010

44164 Comments


Artwork makes me want to bang a goth chick on a pirate ship underneath the moonlight.

Hawks
July 23rd 2010

34582 Comments


I might check this out just because of the album art.

Digging: Equilibrium - Erdentempel

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
July 23rd 2010

18058 Comments


Elvenking were always a bit cheesy, even for folk metal (which i more generally like).

Artwork is really cool, as already pointed out.

Digging: Huerco S - Colonial Patterns

SepticReAnimate
July 24th 2010

182 Comments


lol @ name of band
beaten only by Lightning Swords of Death hahahah

Poet
July 24th 2010

5920 Comments


I enjoy these guys so I'll def. give this a listen.

vanderb0b
July 24th 2010

3473 Comments


Artwork is awesome, never heard of the band, but I'll probably give this a listen.

ikarus
July 24th 2010

560 Comments


winter wake was fantastic, hope this isnt like the scythe tho :c

Zip
July 25th 2010

5312 Comments


I don't like that the moon has eyes, but other than that, cool art

BludgeonySteve
July 25th 2010

558 Comments


Elves and especially elven kings are badasses. Fairyland is the gayest power metal band name.



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