Ruins of Empires

by Aeternam

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    Comes in a jewel case with a 6 pages color booklet.

    Includes digital pre-order of Ruins of Empires. You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.
    digital album releases February 10, 2017
    item ships out on or around February 11, 2017

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Paropamisadae
3.
Sun Shield
4.
The Keeper of Shangri-La
5.
Fallen is the Simulacrum of Bel
6.
Colossus
7.
Nightfall on Numidia
8.
Praetor of Mercury
9.
Zadyin Arga

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releases February 10, 2017

Recorded by : JeF Fortin
Album Artwork : Pascal Laquerre
All Music and Lyrics : Aeternam

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From their begining in 2007 in Quebec city, Aeternam has been known for their unique and authentic sound, combining extreme and epic riffs with ethnic melodic influences, making a perfect blend of harmony and brutality.

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Track Name: Damascus Gate
Quis est homo, qui non in melius

Tigris and Euphrates
Witness the royal flames
The enemy of the cross has smashed the gates
Blood drops flowing from our swords
We marched as a savage horde
We died and died until we planted our flag

War drums have sealed the fate
Of thousand condemned disciples
We shall defend the land aginst the saracens
Blood drops flowing from their swords
They marched as a savage horde
They died and died until they planted their flag

The lion walking in the heaven's door
Waking all the ancient sons of the fallen ones
Defying the ruthless tyrants of the sun
Elder protectors have kneeled before his majesty again

Jerusalem under siege
Entering Damascus gate