Album · 2006 · 10 Songs.
Traversing the cosmos, gliding across dimensions beyond time and space, Kalya Scintilla brings universal shamanic journeys through his music to planet earth.
1 : the Journey of Beginnings). Progressive Rock Anthropia. 队列表 Progressive Rock Anthropia The Ereyn Chronicles (Pt. 1 : the Journey of Beginnings). Album Name The Ereyn Chronicles (Pt. Liste der Bands Progressive Rock Anthropia The Ereyn Chronicles (Pt. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 1. Welcome to Ereyn . 5. 2. Question of Honour . 3. Lords of a World . 4. Through the Sleeping Seaweed . 8. 7. Where the Secrets Lie . The Walk Among the Ruins . 0. 9. In The Maze of a Nightmare . 10. The Desert of Jewels 1. Total playing time 6.
Anthropia: The Chronicle Of The Chronicles. Companies, etc. Licensed From – Magna Carta. Engineer – Willdric Lievin. Producer – Anthropia. 2007 Irond Ltd under the license from Magna Carta. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Matrix, Runout: MAX 9087. 2 ODR. Cat.
The Ereyn Chronicles Pt1 has been added to your Cart. The CD you are listening to Part I: The Journey of Beginnings, which buzzes with flashes of Iron Maidens gritty conceptual metal, Dave Mustaine/Megadeth lightning-speed riffing, Dream Theaters sweeping storytelling, Yngwie Malmsteens neo-classical minor-scale mining, The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway-era Genesis atmospherics, Kansas busy symphonic boogie-rock, classical guitar beauty and flair, and Rush. In a small way, the debut album from Anthropia hits me the same way. It depicts a fantasy world filled with nymphs, dwarves, dragons, witches and magic spells.
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Like their horribly named peers Fairyland, France's Anthropia offer a rather fresh take on a stale sound; largely a one-man project featuring a mysterious dude named Hugo (who plays every instrument except drums), bombastic melodies are offset by plenty of robust musicianship, hearkening back to the days of power metal's mid-'80s infancy, when Helloween. Instead of flitting lead guitars and operatic wails, we're treated to more brooding guitar tones and plenty of downright shocking musical turns, be it some Queen-style choral vocals, acoustic folk moments, bass tangents that resemble King Crimson, jazz piano interludes, and even some old fashioned '70s progressive rock.
Chronicles I is the first of a two-part compilation of re-recorded hits by German progressive rock band Eloy released in 1993. The second part, Chronicles II was released the following year. Early Eloy albums had relatively poor sound quality, leading Frank Bornemann to re-record some of their most popular songs using modern recording technologies. He invited some of the former members of the band to play on the album.