Triarii ‎– Muse In Arms

Eternal Soul Records ‎– CD 08
CD, Album, Limited Edition

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I Birth Of A Sun 8:52
II Muse In Arms 2:54
III Europa
Vocals – Christian Erdmann
IV Les Extrêmes Se Touchent 4:27
V Fatalist 5:29
VI Legio I Martia 7:04
VII Sonnenwalzer 3:05
VIII Ode To The Sun
Vocals – Christian Erdmann
IX Muse In Arms II 3:58
X The Final Legion 3:47
XI Wir Kommen Wieder 2:53

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All tracks recorded & produced at Triarii-Headquarters Berlin / Germany MMVI - MMVIII.
Vocals on track 3 & 8 recorded at Blue Lounge Studios Berlin.

This is the standard edition limited to 1850 copies in a jewel case.
A special box set edition is also existing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A851789-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9702

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CD 08 [2nd] Triarii Muse In Arms(CD, Album, RE) Eternal Soul Records CD 08 [2nd] Germany 2011 Sell This Version
CD 08, CD 08/7 Triarii Muse In Arms(CD, Album, Ltd + 7", Ltd + Box, Ltd, Num) Eternal Soul Records CD 08, CD 08/7 Germany 2008 Sell This Version


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February 20, 2009

Martial industrial is dead. You can test it now, check any game your little brother may have about warfare or war quests and then listen to the soundtrack, then you'll find your martial industrial neoclassical parade there, similar if not exact copy from material like this. You can make an additional test, check any Hollywood movie on typical heroic fashion, war related piece and you'll find another example on people doing the same thing. Muse in arms could be the sophomore music title for a game or a movie full of atonishing effects and the story of a hero that doesnt even disarrange his hair while combatting with hordes from barbaric "black" monsters wanting to ruin his homeland.
Martial industrial died from a disease called stagnation. This disease is often associated with something called traditionalism. Traditionalism leads to clichés and stereotyped notions, traditionalism avoids new grounds and discoverments thus refuse the vital symptom that nature calls for all living things, development.
I don't want to hear another soundtrack with the same thematic and sound. Something that i could find on the telly or the artificial worlds created by games. Martial industrial is dead.