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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Mithotyn - In The Sign Of The Ravens

Viking Metal

Formed In 1993, they dident record a LP till 1997, when they debuted whit "In The Sign Of The Ravens". In the guitar is stefan Weinerhall, who after the split up of Mithotyn, create Falconer.

By Gonza


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Anonymous Durdan said...

Great album/band, but I noticed your upload saves as "artist" for the artist and "track X" for the tracks.. So here's the Tracklist for anyone wondering..
1. Upon Raging Waves
2. In The Sign Of The Ravens
3. Shadows Of The Past
4. Lost In The Mist
5. Embraced By Frost
6. In The Forest Of Moonlight
7. Tills Dagen Gryr
8. Stories Carved In Stone
9. Freezing Storms Of Snow
10. Where My Spirit Forever Shall Be
11. Let Thy Ale Swing

And with this kind of upload, i sure hope you upload alot more albums. :P

Thursday, January 18, 2007 8:25:00 PM  
Blogger Gonza said...

thanks for the tracklist, i didnt put in the arhive, because i includethe covers. but i ok i will put the name of the songs in the next upload

Thursday, January 18, 2007 8:57:00 PM  
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