MAGICIAN's Debut Selling 'Great' In Japan

Brazilian power metal band MAGICIAN has sold more than 1,000 copies of its new album, "Tales of the Magician", in Japan in its first month of release — "a great achievement considering that it's their first album," according to the group.

MAGICIAN's video for the song "Minstrel's Domain", taken from "Tales of the Magician", can be viewed below.

Recorded in 2006, "Tales of the Magician" is a conceptual work, "telling the journey of Zhaldor, a mage seeking to free his homeland Zelgian from the underworld terror," according to the band's official bio. "The album was mixed and mastered at High Gain Studios in Hamburg, Germany by Dirk Schlächter (GAMMA RAY), Kai Hansen (GAMMA RAY, ex-HELLOWEEN) and Arne Lakenmacher, who worked with bands like KREATOR, PRIMAL FEAR, SODOM, NEVERMORE and DESTRUCTION.

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