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Lör - In Forgotten Sleep

Lör - In Forgotten Sleep
  • Performer Lör
  • Title In Forgotten Sleep
  • Date of release 11 Aug 2017
  • Country US
  • Style Progressive Metal, Folk Metal, Power Metal
  • Label Not On Label
  • Other formats CD, Album, Stereo
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1921 mb
  • Size FLAC 1433 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 868


1Visions Of Awakening6:32
3The Forest1:29
6Song For The Lost8:28
7In Forgotten Sleep7:51
9Dark Cloud3:03


  • Bass GuitarGraham Noel
  • DrumsGreg Bogart
  • Guitar, VocalsPeter Hraur
  • KeyboardsMatt Bartlett
  • Lead VocalsTyler Fedeli


  • Barcode: 888295617185



Lör - In Forgotten Sleep 2017. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Epic Metal Progressive Metal Folk Metal. Страна : США. Songs in album Lör - In Forgotten Sleep 2017. Lör - Dusk. Lör - Dark Cloud. Lör - Requiem. Lör - The Forest. In Forgotten Sleep by Lör, released 11 August 2017 1. Dusk 2. Dark Cloud 3. Requiem 4. The Forest 5. Visions of Awakening 6. Song for the Lost 7. Aura 8. Eidolon 9. Spectrum 10. In Forgotten Sleep. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 6 USD or more. Compact Disc. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. Normal CD in normal CD case with music on it Includes unlimited streaming of In Forgotten Sleep via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. Show lyrics. Are you scared should we be An answer we will shortly know One more day, one more dawn, we will go. A call to arms, a call to victory When we finally find our place in eternity Are you scared Should we be . 10 tracks 67:10. Progressive Folk Power Metal Band from Philadelphia Debut album 'In Forgotten Sleep' out August 11. This episode features an interview with Tyler & Peter of Lör as they call in to talk about their new EP, Edge Of Eternity. Lör reminds me of another North American progpowerfolk hybrid called Viathyn in their execution. Yet unlike Viathyn, who I always found a bit too emotionally anemic to fully embrace, Lör packs emotional depth and breadth. Indeed, In Forgotten Sleep is defined by its individual successes as much as its long-form victories, with passages like the unconventional acoustic shredding in Visions of Awakening and the infectious tempo hike that kicks Dusk into speed metal mode, offering two prime examples in a record overflowing with memorable moments. In Library