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Rhapsody of Fire - Into the Legend album download
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Rhapsody of Fire - Into the Legend album download

Performer:
Rhapsody of Fire
Album:
Into the Legend
Released:
March, 2015 - September, 2015
Genre:
Duration:
01:06:36
Recording location:
Echoes Studios, Trieste, Italy
MP3 archive size:
1805 mb
FLAC archive size:
1103 mb
Other formats:
DMF AU MIDI MOD AUD VQF
Rating:
4.8
Votes:
256

Complete your Rhapsody Of Fire collection.

Into the Legend is the eleventh studio album by the Italian symphonic power metal band Rhapsody of Fire. It was released on 15 January 2016 via AFM Records. It is the first album with bass guitarist Alessandro Sala, and the final album with longtime members Fabio Lione on vocals and Alex Holzwarth on drums. All lyrics written by Fabio Lione; all music composed by Roby de Micheli, Alex Staropoli and Manuel Staropoli. Fabio Lione – lead vocals. Roby De Micheli – guitar.

Into the Legend Lyrics. Nightmares Enthrals in guise Silence Feel the cold weep of spade Seasons turn into gray This is always one through my veins. Into the legend I will ride Far away from this cold sea of lies Never know, never try I’m still burning Into the legend you won’t see me cry.

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Into the Legend is essentially what you’ve come to expect from Rhapsody of Fire. It’s predictable, corny, and downright ridiculous at times, but they aren’t meant to be taken seriously in the first place. Even so, this album manages to deliver a solid hour of well-performed and well-written cheese without sacrificing the band’s identity (though with this band’s track record that would be hard to accomplish).

Artist: Rhapsody Of Fire. Album: Into The Legend. Style: Symphonic Power Metal. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: February 21, 2019 - Rhapsody Of Fire – The Eighth Mountain (2019)

Rhapsody of Fire discography (all). lt; Shining Star (2015). When Demons Awake (2017).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 In Principio Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 2:44
2 Distant Sky Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 4:32
3 Into the Legend Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 5:01
4 Winter's Rain Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 7:44
5 A Voice in the Cold Wind Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 6:18
6 Valley of Shadows Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 6:54
7 Shining Star Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 4:39
8 Realms of Light Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 6:00
9 Rage of Darkness Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 6:02
10 The Kiss of Life Fabio Lione / Roby De Micheli / Alex Staropoli / Manuel Staropoli Rhapsody of Fire 16:42
  • When 2013’s Dark Wings of Steel dropped, it felt as though Rhapsody of Fire just couldn’t deliver the same amount of impact without founding member Luca Turilli. It wasn’t a bad album, but it more or less showed a band struggling to prove themselves to the rest of the world, which resulted in a slight disappointment. However, Into the Legend seems to show Rhapsody of Fire back in top form as songs like ‘Distant Sky’ and the title track as they immediately set the record’s tone and provide rigorous amounts of energy. The orchestral melodies are as strong as they were on Frozen Tears of Angels, perhaps even stronger in certain areas, as they carry the songs so effortlessly while also giving the rest of the record substance. The instrumentation overall is performed well, Roby de Micheli helps provide arguably some of the best guitar solos known in the band’s career, contained in songs like ‘Realms of Light’ and ‘Rage of Darkness’. Alex Holzwarth keeps the beats lively and focused with his drum performance. Alex Staropoli, as usual, does great in with the orchestra arrangements and the production. And Lione manages to deliver one of the best vocal performances in his career with incredibly memorable choruses that shine through most of the record. Ironically enough, the lyrical content in Into the Legend feels more personal this time around, such as in the album’s slower melody ‘Shining Star’. Yeah, they’re still cheesy (we’re talking about power metal here), but they feel as though they add more weight to the emotion instead of being nothing more than bloated exposition. Since the band is no longer relying on a concept, Lione’s lyrics focus less on the fantastical and more on reality. They aren’t exactly trying to be deep about their feelings, but it's not as over-the-top as much of their previous material. Even so, their one attempt at being dark in terms of the tone, ‘Winter’s Rain’, does end up dragging the album down, with constantly repeated guitar riffs and orchestral filler that end up dragging the song’s pace. Then there’s the closer, “Kiss of Life”, with a lack of a decent climax and incredibly slow pacing just for the sake of making it a sixteen-minute song, it surprisingly ends up being a disappointment. Despite the good performances on both tracks, they feel more pointless than satisfying. Even so, neither track really ruins the experience the rest of the album gives. Into the Legend is essentially what you’ve come to expect from Rhapsody of Fire. It’s predictable, corny, and downright ridiculous at times, but they aren’t meant to be taken seriously in the first place. Even so, this album manages to deliver a solid hour of well-performed and well-written cheese without sacrificing the band’s identity (though with this band’s track record that would be hard to accomplish). Rhapsody of Fire still manages to give us tremendous amounts of fun in their music, even after over twenty years.

  • La saveur des premiers albums, l'aspect heavy en plus ! Bourré de choeurs et d'orchestrations, riche de refrains imparables. Enorme retour des italiens !