Legens of Glory Ambient, Goth Azrael This is the second release from Azreal. On this CD we enter right into a time far, far away. The music gives me an experience of cities, villages and their surrounding areas with lakes, hills and deep forests. The music is pleasant and comfortable. You can compare this to a good piece of classical music. Here it feels like the artist want to tell a tale about kings and battles, defeat and heroic deeds. It's totally clear that the music is fit for a great fantasy movie. My favourite songs here are "A Medieval Provence" and "Dance With A Dream", but also "Pursuit" and "Respite" belongs to the better ones. I hope we'll see more from Azreal in the future, it's a pleasure to listen to his music. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 450
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Azrael - Legens of Glory

7.0
"Good"
Released off label 2003
This is the second release from Azreal. On this CD we enter right into a time far, far away. The music gives me an experience of cities, villages and their surrounding areas with lakes, hills and deep forests. The music is pleasant and comfortable. You can compare this to a good piece of classical music.

Here it feels like the artist want to tell a tale about kings and battles, defeat and heroic deeds. It's totally clear that the music is fit for a great fantasy movie. My favourite songs here are "A Medieval Provence" and "Dance With A Dream", but also "Pursuit" and "Respite" belongs to the better ones.

I hope we'll see more from Azreal in the future, it's a pleasure to listen to his music.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

John Wikström

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