Barbarian Prophecies

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Nazione:Spagna
Attività:dal 2000

Line up

  • Xavier Lovelle: vocals
  • Arnt Bünz: lead guitar
  • Óscar Besteiro: guitar, vocals
  • Manuel Riguera: bass
  • Julio G. Valladares: drums
The Death Metal band Barbarian Prophecies was formed in 2000 after the fusion of the bands Barbarianth and Venomous Prophecies.

In the beginning they got a place in the underground scene editing a demo called “Conquerors of the Wolfthrone” (2002), the Ep “War is Inminent” (2005) and their first album, “Condemned Land… the War Begins” (2009).

But it was not until 2011 when, after got a stable line up, they published their first fully professional record “Remember the Fallen”, recorded and mixed in the prolific Sadman Studios (Madird) by Carlos Santos and mastered by Mika Jussila in the Finnvox Studios from Helsinki.

“XIII” will be on sale in the middle 2013 under the Italian label WormHoleDeath, that will take over for it’s international distribution.

Discografia

Copertina 6,5
XIII (WormHoleDeath Records / 2013) 

1. THE HIDDEN / 2. ANGER / 3. TOWARDS NOWHERE / 4. INTO THE INFINITE VOID / 5. TWILIGHT OF MANKIND / 6. EMBRACE OF INSANITY / 7. DREADFUL GAME / 8. NAMELESS SHADOWS / 9. PUNISHMENT OF OBLIVION ...

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1. ROTTEN UNDER THE STONES / 2. REMEMBER THE FALLEN / 3. BAPTIZED BY WOLVES / 4. VOICES FROM BEYOND / 5. HUNTER FOR HUNTERS / 6. LOST SOULS / 7. NEVERENDING WINTER / 8. FROZEN WINDS / 9. THE TOMB

Copertina

1. YOUR DEATH WILL BE MY LIFE / 2. CIRCLE OF DEATH / 3. CONDEMNED LAND / 4. FATHERS FROM THE STARS / 5. RETURN OF THE UNDEAD / 6. AAPEP, THE SEPENT OF THE ABYSS / 7. NEVERENDING WINTER (BONUS TRACK)

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