Angels of Liberty ‎– Pinnacle Of The Draco

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Gothic Music Records ‎– GMR006
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2 × CD, Reissue, Limited Edition, Numbered, Digipak
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1-1 Talk About Nothing 4:17
1-2 Eat The Sun 6:30
1-3 Dead Tormented 5:12
1-4 Weaving Spiders 4:40
1-5 Monster In Me 5:04
1-6 Complicated 2:58
1-7 Man Of Sin 5:15
1-8 Monster In Me
Featuring – Nino*Mixed By – Oskar Terramortis
5:47
2-1 Dance Of Death (Part I) 1:29
2-2 Blood Thief 4:11
2-3 Ritual & Tradition (Demo 2013) 5:57
2-4 Kukulkan 5:40
2-5 Starsailors 5:53
2-6 Mars & Minerva 4:51
2-7 Black Madonna 5:00
2-8 Dance Of Death (Part II) 5:16
2-9 Talk About Nothing
Mixed By – Oskar Terramortis
4:58

Notes

2xCD comes in a Digipak with a 20 page booklet and new artwork.
Tracklist is in a different order to the original single CD issue with an additional previously unreleased track (2-3).
Limited to 1000 hand numbered copies. The first 150 copies include a covenant signed by Voe Saint Claire & Scarlet Powers and a certificate of authenticity.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): 13-11/00942-5663 CD
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): 13-11/00942-5664 CD

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SS-CD-008 Angels of Liberty Pinnacle Of The Draco(CDr, Album, Ltd) Secret Sin Records SS-CD-008 UK 2012 Sell This Version
GML002 Angels of Liberty Pinnacle Of The Draco(LP, Ltd, Red) Gothic Music Records GML002 Finland 2014 Sell This Version
SS-CD-008 Angels Of Liberty Pinnacle Of The Draco(CD, Album, Ltd, Spe) Secret Sin Records SS-CD-008 UK 2012 Sell This Version
GML002 Angels of Liberty Pinnacle Of The Draco(LP, Album, Ltd, Cle) Gothic Music Records GML002 Finland 2014 Sell This Version

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December 21, 2013
In the third wave of goth there are very few bands that have achieved "cultlike status". It's not a title that you get by being on magazine covers or by spending countless amounts of money on promotion. It's not something you can buy, it's something that you have to earn and the only people that you can earn it from is the fans. It's the fans who ultimately determine which bands achieve this prestigious status. With only two EP's to their name so far, Angels Of Liberty have already achieved what only a few bands in the early nineties ever achieved, cultlike status. Everything that the Angels of Liberty does ends up oozing with goth rock tradition. They define the new sound of the goth rock anthem with songs that flow with an astonishing naturalness, which is uncommon in an time where bands tend to be a clone of clone or are musically too obvious in their influences. Although it's unfair to compare their sound to anything in the past, the influence of Sisters of Mercy merged with Nosferatu come to mind when describing the sound that has made this young band a standout in the third wave of goth rock. Pinnacle of the Draco is a breath of fresh air, an album which I think is already a classic and classics are forever. Angels of Liberty is co-writing the history of gothic music for the new millenium. I have rarely seen a band leave the label sold out in a short time, only a few bands can boast of having achieved merit. As I always will say, don't forget my friends, just play it loud because this is gothic rock. Oskar Terramortis – This is Gothic Rock / Gothic Music Records

Every once in a great while a band comes along that becomes the standard to which all others are measured. Ever since their iconic first cassette release Angels Of Liberty have shown the potential to be that band. Now with their newest release Pinnacle of the Draco on Gothic Music Records they've fulfilled that destiny. Powerful, anthem filled, dark yet melodic and an instant classic, Pinnacle of the Draco is a must have for any serious collector of classic goth rock. - Tom Stamates / Cathedral 13

Listening to the Angels of Liberty is a mind blowing, time-travel experience back to the glorious days of Nosferatu's "Rise" & "Legend". The Angels of Liberty have rekindled the flame of true Goth, making some of the best Gothic rock music of the last decade. Fondas Sumerson

It seems as demiurge would have squeezed the 80s and all the essential dark sounds remained was coated with rust-resistant surface of empowered visions from the 3rd millennium. Its launching abides unceasingly through the gothic galleries. Paul Deheleanu