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Falkenbach were originally conceived as a solo-project by Vratyas Vakyas and officially came into being with the "Laeknishendr" demo in 1995. With the fourth full-length, "Heralding - The Fireblade" (2005), the German released material that was originally intended for the debut album, but due to production issues got delayed and later re-worked. This meant a somewhat hybrid album that to the delight of their early fans had more of the black spirit of the legendary first full-length " en their medh riki fara" (1996), but also featured the matured pagan metal sound, which Falkenbach had gained over the course of the following two albums.
Falkenbach were originally conceived as a solo-project by Vratyas Vakyas and officially came into being with the "Laeknishendr" demo in 1995. With the fourth full-length, "Heralding - The Fireblade" (2005), the German released material that was originally intended for the debut album, but due to production issues got delayed and later re-worked. This meant a somewhat hybrid album that to the delight of their early fans had more of the black spirit of the legendary first full-length " en their medh riki fara" (1996), but also featured the matured pagan metal sound, which Falkenbach had gained over the course of the following two albums.
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Format: CD
Label: PROPHECY
Rel. Date: 02/25/2022
UPC: 884388722323

Heralding - The Fireblade [Digipak]
Artist: Falkenbach
Format: CD
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Falkenbach were originally conceived as a solo-project by Vratyas Vakyas and officially came into being with the "Laeknishendr" demo in 1995. With the fourth full-length, "Heralding - The Fireblade" (2005), the German released material that was originally intended for the debut album, but due to production issues got delayed and later re-worked. This meant a somewhat hybrid album that to the delight of their early fans had more of the black spirit of the legendary first full-length " en their medh riki fara" (1996), but also featured the matured pagan metal sound, which Falkenbach had gained over the course of the following two albums.
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