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SKU: SR3006
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Danish guitarist Erik Ravn unites with vocalist Kristian Andrn (Tad Morose, Memento Mori) to creat a conceptual tour-de-force of symphonic speed metal infused with folk and classical elements. Fans of Rhapsody, Angra, and Blind Guardian will not want to miss out on this epic musical adventure!

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    $14.00
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    $16.00
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