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Stargazer - Mundanus Imperium - The Spectral Spheres Coronation (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The Spectral Spheres Coronation, an album by Mundanus Imperium on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. wrote: Accept - Eat The Heat Accept - Russian Roulette Helstar - This Wicked Nest Axel Rudi Pell - Eternal Prisoner Some great choices there, brother!
  3. In , Mundanus Imperium, a Norwegian metal band featuring Jørn Lande on vocals, covered "Stargazer" on the album "The Spectral Spheres Coronation" In , Domine covered "Stargazer" as a bonus track on the Japanese version of their album Stormbringer Ruler.
  4. Album: the Spectral Spheres Coronation / Original Release Date: Genre: Rock. Song Duration: 4 min 11 sec. If The Universe Transformed Mundanus Imperium. Top Mundanus Imperium Lyrics Distant Conglomeration Predominate Stargazer Starwars The Life Of What You Seek The Unborn Rate If The Universe Transformed by Mundanus Imperium (current.
  5. Mundanus Imperium are something of an oddity. They started as an Atmospheric Black Metal band called Nattefall, released a demo under that name, changed it and rereleased that demo as an EP, and then by their first and only full-length they completely changed directions and became a Progressive Metal act with a heavy emphasis on symphonic elements before disbanding shortly after.
  6. Mundanus Imperium - The Spectral Spheres Coronation Nuclear Blast Recs. La primera vez que escuche a estos Mundanus fue en una recopilación de la HOT RECORDS, que como ya sabrán es la disquera de SHAGRAT, Bueno aquí en esta recopilación manejaban un Black metal muy atmosférico.
  7. Mundanus Imperium is a dark progressive metal band. Albums: The Spectral Spheres Coronation. Members: Jørn Lande, Petter J. Thuve, Lars 'Grond' Wiik, .
  8. Apr 20,  · Mundanus Imperium Once upon a time this Norwegian band was firmly in the black metal camp, but by the time of their debut album, they had transformed into a progressive/power metal band, with some black metal remnants (notably the keyboards) left in. Vocalist Jørn Lande (then an unknown, and probably not a part of the band in its early days) displayed a strong voice and a 70's .

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