PRIMORDIAL

Where greater men have fallen

15.99 EUR

incl. 19% VAT, plus shipping fee

For the purchase of this item you'll receive 64 Blasts!

PRIMORDIAL - Where greater men have fallen
  • CD-Digi + DVD - 15.99 EUR
  • Item number:236454
  • Version:CD-Digi + DVD
  • Genre:Black Metal, Viking/Pagan/Epic Metal
  • Availability:

Find more PRIMORDIAL

Comments singer A.A. Nemtheanga on "Where Greater Men Have Fallen": "Some time at the end of 2013 we sat and began to plot a course for album number eight. We moved camp to a new rehearsal room and the ideas began to take shape. We felt it was time to try a new studio and engineer so we went to grouse lodge deep in the middle of Ireland and employed Gomez (Cathedral, Angelwitch, Grave Miasma) to come over and work on the new album." The band's idea was, of course, to keep the PRIMORDIAL trademarks but add a more live sound, broader and heavier. In 2014, we stand at the brink of releasing album number eight and, according to Nemtheanga: "we feel revitalized, the hunger never left and we are ready for another chapter to be written in our history!"

More info:

Comments singer A.A. Nemtheanga on “Where Greater Men Have Fallen”: “Some time at the end of 2013 we sat and began to plot a course for album number eight. We moved camp to a new rehearsal room and the ideas began to take shape. We felt it was time to try a new studio and engineer so we went to grouse lodge deep in the middle of Ireland and employed Gomez (Cathedral, Angelwitch, Grave Miasma) to come over and work on the new album.”
The band's idea was, of course, to keep the PRIMORDIAL trademarks but add a more live sound, broader and heavier. In 2014, we stand at the brink of releasing album number eight and, according to Nemtheanga: “we feel revitalized, the hunger never left and we are ready for another chapter to be written in our history!”

Line-up:
Alan Averill: Vocals
Ciaran MacUiliam: Guitar
Michael O'Floinn: Guitar
Paul MacAmlaigh: Bass
Simon O'Laoghaire: Drums

From the press:

"When the the guitarists of these Irishmen play their profoundly melancholic, yet gladly non-clichéd Celtic riffs while singer Alan Averill's voice is dripping with pathos, it's goosebumps galore. And since WHERE GREATER MEN HAVE FALLEN is once more an album that works out well, the result cannot be less than six points!" (Robert Müller, Metal Hammer magazine Germany)

"Sublime and tasteful: PRIMORDIAL celebrate on 'Where Greater Men Have Fallen' dark, sinister hymns to die for!" (Boris Kaiser, Rock Hard magazine Germany)

"Brutally heavy, yet dramatic and sophisticated - the album of the year!" (Götz Kühnemund, Deaf Forever magazine Germany)

"An album hard to beat in authenticity, emotionality, in heaviness and atmosphere!" (Diana Glöckner, Legacy magazine Germany)

Disc 1
Track list Total runtime
1 - Where greater men have fallen 8:06
2 - Babel's Tower 8:15
3 - Come the flood 7:16
4 - The seed of tyrants 5:32
5 - Ghosts of the Charnel House 7:29
6 - The alchemist's head 6:08
Show all Tracks
Disc 2
Track list Total runtime
1 - Journey's End
2 - Sons Of The Morrigan
3 - The Coffin Ships
4 - As Rome burns
5 - Bloodied Yet Unbowed
Customers who bought this item also bought
Page of
These might be interesting for you: