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2008-11-25 11:52:54 UTC
Défilé Des Âmes are a neo-folk group from Athens, Greece, currently working under the name " :Skull ‘n’ Dawn: " [ while still occasionally releasing under their former name ]. Their debut album " Lust ‘n’ Stone " was released in May 2008 on Ahnstern. In 2009 they participated, alongside Svarrogh and Àrnica, in the compilation ‘South European Folk Compendium”, released on the same label. In 2005 they appeared in Sieben’s " Ogham Inside the Night " album, contributing to the track " Ogham the Spirit ". Tracks from the artist have also appeared in 2 Steinklang Industries compilations, " Steinklang Industries IV " (2008) and more recently " Pagan Folk und Apocalyptic Psychedelia " (2009). Artist - Défilé des Âmes Album - Lust ‘n’ Stone Year - 2008 Genre - Experimental Post-rock Folk Mod-folk Mod-classical Tracklist 1 Doors of Undefeated Vilonece 2 Carnal Desire 3 Mushrooms 4 My Middle Name 5 Welcome 6 Eosforou Fos 7 Liar...! 8 eilemA Est Morte 9 Under the Spell 10 The Wind Fairy (is Dead) 11 August ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Défilé des Âmes - Lust 'n' Stone Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Library Tapes | Gifts From Enola | Motohiro Nakashima | Aranis | Fly Pan Am ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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