Dawn of the End. by RUNEMAGICK. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Original release from Aftermath Music Includes unlimited streaming of Dawn of the End via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. 1. Dawn of the End 05:50.
Death Doom Runemagick. Music StyleDeath Doom. Members owning this album12. Dawn of the End. 2. Voyage to Desolation. 3. Chthonic Temple Smoke. 8. Sabbatum Ad Infinitum. Other productions from Runemagick. Evoked from Abysmal Sleep.
Dawn of the End is the tenth album by Runemagick. It was released in 2007 on Aftermath Music. Dawn of the End" - 5:50. Voyage of Desolation" - 11:37. Chthonic Temple Smoke" - 10:11. Metalination" - 8:49. Volcano Throne" - 7:37. Magus of Fire" - 9:37. Sabbatum ad Infinitum" - 3:37. Nicklas "Terror" Rudolfsson - Vocals, Guitar. Emma Karlsson - Bass. Daniel Moilanen - Drums.
Dawn Of The End. 5:50. chapter 52. Runemagick. Dawn Of The End (CD, Album, Ltd). Dawn Of The End (CD, Album, Promo).
Swedish "dark death metal" act RUNEMAGICK has just released its new album, "Dawn of the End", via Norway's Aftermath Music. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Dawn of the End 02. Voyage to Desolation 03. Chthonic Temple Smoke 04. Retaliation 05. Volcano Throne 06. The Circle 07. Magus of Fire 08. The CD was recorded and mixed during 2006 at Los Angered Recording and Magick Sound Studio. Runemagick - Dawn of the End 05:49. Runemagick - Voyage of Desolation 11:37. Runemagick - Chthonic Temple Smoke 10:11. Runemagick - Metalination 08:49. Runemagick - Volcano Throne 07:37. Runemagick - The Circle 04:49. Runemagick - Magus of Fire 09:37. Runemagick - Sabbatum Ad Infinitum 03:36. Dark Dead Earth - Runemagick. Envenom - Runemagick. Enter The Realm Of Death - Runemagick. Requiem For The Apocalypse - Runemagick. Invocation Of Magick - Runemagick.
Dawn Of The End is a collection of the most polished Riffs the band has come up with over the years. It is so efficient that the sparse growls, while being absolutely not bad, almost break the momentum created by the building up of the music (with the notable exception of Retaliation ). The pace seldom varies even on the 11+ minute-long tracks, and yet Dawn Of The End never gets boring or repetitive. The ultimate, perfect Riff is not to be found on this album. This is a very good thing, because it means that Runemagick will have to carry on with their quest and therefore will have to release even more music, undoubtedly as great as Dawn Of The End.