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After the two demos "The Blood of the Mortals" (1998) and "Somewhere in Nowhere" (1999), it was time for the Power Metal band Freternia to release their first album "Warchants & Fairytales". It was the year 2000 and Freternia wrote an album that would stand out from the other Power Metal debuts of that era. "Warchants & Fairytales" was a breath of fresh air in Power Metal, a sign against the imitators and the decline of the genre. Originally released only as a CD, this classic is now finally available as a limited vinyl version. Both formats contain the bonus song "End Of The Line" in an exclusive orchestral version.
After the two demos "The Blood of the Mortals" (1998) and "Somewhere in Nowhere" (1999), it was time for the Power Metal band Freternia to release their first album "Warchants & Fairytales". It was the year 2000 and Freternia wrote an album that would stand out from the other Power Metal debuts of that era. "Warchants & Fairytales" was a breath of fresh air in Power Metal, a sign against the imitators and the decline of the genre. Originally released only as a CD, this classic is now finally available as a limited vinyl version. Both formats contain the bonus song "End Of The Line" in an exclusive orchestral version.
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Warchants & Fairytales [Digipak]
Artist: Freternia
Format: CD
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After the two demos "The Blood of the Mortals" (1998) and "Somewhere in Nowhere" (1999), it was time for the Power Metal band Freternia to release their first album "Warchants & Fairytales". It was the year 2000 and Freternia wrote an album that would stand out from the other Power Metal debuts of that era. "Warchants & Fairytales" was a breath of fresh air in Power Metal, a sign against the imitators and the decline of the genre. Originally released only as a CD, this classic is now finally available as a limited vinyl version. Both formats contain the bonus song "End Of The Line" in an exclusive orchestral version.
        
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