BATTLELORE's 'Third Age Of The Sun' Enters Finnish Chart At No. 38
Finnish "fantasy metal" band BATTLELORE have entered the Finnish album chart at position No. 38 with their latest CD, "Third Age of the Sun". View the whole chart at this location.
Audio samples of four tracks from "Third Age of the Sun" have been posted online at the group's official web site. Check out the songs "Storm of the Blades", "Ghân of the Woods", "Trollshaws", and "Elessar's Call" at Battlelore.net.
The follow-up to 2003's "Sword's Song", "Third Age of the Sun" was recorded at SoundSuite Studio in Marseille, France with producer Terje Refsnes (TRISTANIA, MORGUL, TURISAS). Mastering duties were handled at Finnvox studios in Helsinki.
BATTLELORE will celebrate the release of their new album with a special concert performance in Lappeenranta, Finland on Friday, August 5.
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