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Friday, April 24, 2020

Cirith Ungol - "Forever Black (Album Stream)" [Metal & X-Core, Album Streams]

Forever Black (Album Stream)

"Forever Black (Album Stream)" music video by Cirith Ungol
Added: 24-04-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core, Album Streams
Description : Cirith Ungol "Forever Black" (FULL ALBUM)

Cirith Ungol "Forever Black" available now.
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01. The Call (00:00)
02. Legions Arise (01:04)
03. The Frost Monstreme (04:23)
04. The Fire Divine (09:39)
05. Stormbringer (13:30)
06. Fractus Promissum (19:28)
07. Nightmare (23:37)
08. Before Tomorrow (29:37)
09. Forever Black (33:34)


Los Angeles-based metal band Cirith Ungol formed in 1981, taking their name from a tower which played a key role in author J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series. The lineup originally comprised singer Tim Baker, guitarist Jerry Fogle, bassist Michael Flint, and drummer Robert Garvin, and made its debut with the Enigma release Frost and Fire, followed three years later by King of the Dead. In the wake of 1986's One Foot in Hell, both Fogle and Flint left Cirith Ungol, and the band spent the next five years out of action, recruiting guitarist Jim Barraza and bassist Vernon Green for their fourth LP, Paradise Lost. In the wake of Barraza's departure, Cirith Ungol disbanded in May of 1992.

The string of improbable reunions continues with Cirith Ungol, which reformed in 2015 for live purposes and released an album in 2020, Forever Black. Time has changed the music business, and made the band’s stock post-Black Sabbath sound unrecognizable, substituted by a massive E-flat-tuned 80’s vintage attack not unlike old Judas Priest, Iced Earth or revivalist acts like Stormwarrior and Cauldron. This isn’t really Cirith Ungol, but a desperately nostalgic, spineless 2020 clone where Tim Baker wails upon to no avail: the songs are cloned from various 80’s Hard Rock/Heavy/Power Metal acts, and there’s no trace of the band’s previous sluggish ingenuity which at least made them seem funny. That’s the Metal Blade business, folks!

Tags : 2020, 20s, Cirith Ungol