Orb of the Moons - Ascension (6) - Far Beyond The Stars (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Listen free to Ascension – Far Beyond the Stars (Somewhere Back in Time, Blackthorne and more). 11 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  2. With 'Far Beyond The Stars', the Scots deliver a pure heavy metal album, with stress laid on twin-barrel riffs, a beating pace and ass-kicking vocals. The sound is not padded out with keyboards but stands proud and unique thanks to the somewhat raw, combined guitar power of the Stuart Docherty/Fraser Edwards duo, which often reminds one of /5(6).
  3. “Far Beyond The Stars”, the title track, is an acoustic interlude (acoustic guitar, keyboards, violin). It’s atmospheric, dreamy even. It does connect directly with “The Avatar (Ascension)”, which builds up the tension, to be unleashed without mercy.
  4. Apr 30,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Orb of the Moons · Ascension Far Beyond the Stars ℗ Limb Music Released on: Music Publisher: Limb Music Publishing Auto-generated.
  5. The album was released through Spiritual Beast in March Ascension were formed in and have a couple of EPs under their belt, but this is their first full-length release. The music on the album is "classic" Euro power metal albeit mostly without keyboards.
  6. I am the moon, I am the sun Come with me I'll show you how to fly and The answer to your mystery lies somewhere back in time! Somewhere back in time - that is where your sorrow lies Feeding on all the mistakes of your life Don't you fall - I am the one who can save you all, The power I hold is for real.
  7. May 01,  · Artist: Ascension Album: Far Beyond The Stars Released: Style: Power Metal Format: MP3 Kbps / FLAC Size: Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Somewhere Back In Time 02 – Blackthorne 03 – Reflected Life 04 – Heavenly 05 – Moongate 06 – Orb Of The Moons 07 – The Silver Tide 08 – The Time Machine 09 – Far Beyond The Stars 10 – The.
  8. Far Beyond the Stars Ascension. Write your own review. Stargazing in Scotland. - 84% hells_unicorn, particularly on the album's technically tinged instrumental "Orb Of The Moons". ‘Far beyond the stars’ proves to be a more than satisfactory debut. Speed freaks lamenting Dragonforce’s decision to mix things up a little bit on their.

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