Pelt - Heraldic Beasts mp3 album
Heraldic Beasts is a music boxset/compilation recording by PELT (Indo-Prog/Raga Rock/Progressive Rock) released in 2006 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
This album has an average beat per minute of 104 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 104/104 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Rise of the Heraldic Beasts. 2. Calling on All Heraldic Beasts. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jaldaboath.
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I certainly had fun listening to this album! Jaldaboath - The Rise of the Heraldic Beasts - 60%. MindOverMetal, December 22nd, 2010. You see, Jaldaboath alternately calls their music Hammering Heraldic Metal, Crusader-core or Tumultuous Teutonic Templar Thrash (according to Encyclopaedia Metallum) and like one of their main influences, Monty Python, it’s all very silly.
1. Hark the Herald (3:30) 2. Calling on All Heraldic Beasts (4:34) 3. Bash the Bishop (4:24) 4. Seek the Grail (4:21) 5. Axe Wielding Nuns (4:09) 6. Jaldaboath (4:11) 7. Bring Me the Head of Metatron (4:31) 8. Jacque De Molay (3:57) 9. March to Calvary (2:36) 10. Da Vinci's Code (4:07).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Dream Of Leaping Sharks
Fiddle [Drone Fiddle, Uncredited] – Amy*
|B3||Humping The Pole|
- Performer [Uncredited] – Jack Rose, Mike Gangloff, Patrick Best
- Recorded By [Mostly By, Uncredited] – Mikel Dimmick
NotesHeraldic Beasts compiles eight tracks recorded between 1998 and 2001 and taken from live recordings and limited run CDRs.
This album comes without any information except the band name and the title of the album. All information here comes from a klang.org article, written by Mike Gangloff.