Melmoth - Dream Of The Dead mp3 album
|Title:||Dream Of The Dead|
|Style:||Black Metal, Death Metal|
|Date of release:||2004|
|MP3 album size:||1124 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1900 mb|
|Digital formats:||AA MOD MP1 AAC ADX AU RA|
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Melmoth the Wanderer is an 1820 Gothic novel by Irish playwright, novelist and clergyman Charles Maturin.
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King of the Dead is the second album by the American heavy metal band Cirith Ungol. It was self-produced by the band and released in July 1984 on Enigma Records. It was re-released in September 1999 on Metal Blade Records. Band member Robert Garven declared in an interview: "King of the Dead was our best album, the reason was that we had total control over it. Every album could have been this good if we could have exercised complete control over its production and other things.
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Melmoth the Wanderer was written in 1820 by the Anglican priest Charles Maturin, twelve years after the publication of the first part of Goethe’s Faust. At this time, Gothic novels had begun to shift from their original form of romances, which depended on dark and terrible settings, to a more psychological brand of horror, such as can be found in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Maturin’s novel sits between the two styles, combining desolate dungeons and storm-wracked graveyards with passages of intense paranoia and claustrophobia. The story begins in Ireland, and technically remains there until the end of the novel, as Maturin uses and over-uses the narrative device of characters telling stories within stories. A student, John Melmoth, travels to his uncle’s death-bed, and finds his uncle in fear of some mysterious stranger before he dies.
|1||Dream Of The Dead||5:01|
|2||Method Of Damnation||8:09|
|3||A Rise From The Hell||9:03|