Ravenheart was released on May 24, , one year after Kill the Sun , and received very good reviews, entering the German album charts at number 36, still higher than the debut album;  it remained in the German Top for seven weeks. Ravenheart is the second studio album by German symphonic metal band Xandria , released on May 24, via Drakkar Entertainment label. Kill the Sun After the tours following the debut, I had many new ideas and wanted to try out many things. Ravenheart Studio album by Xandria.
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Kill the Sun But success proved us right in most of all working as we ourselves liked it best and being convinced of what we do. Ravenheart is the second studio album by German symphonic metal band Xandriareleased on May 24, via Drakkar Entertainment label.
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This page was last edited on 5 Novemberat Also new to the work on this album was that I wrote songs together with Lisa more than for the debut. Ravenheart Studio album by Xandria.
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Ravenheart was released on May 24,one year after Kill the Sunand received very good reviews, entering the German album charts at number 36, still higher than the debut album;  it remained in the German Top for seven weeks. Views Read Edit View history. There is also a song by then bass player Roland on the album—his farewell, so to speak, for he left the band right after the recordings. So not only the orchestral bombast and the many new sound opportunities, which were possible due to the gained experience and the new producer, were something attractive and new, but in connection with the enthusiasm for soundtrack elements also for example a number such as “Some Like It Cold”, which should sound like a James Bond title song.
The debut album was like a well-knit statement on whose basis new territory could be opened up, further musical dreams could be realized now. With their second album Xandria suddenly became known in the gothic and metal scene, acquiring many new listeners thanks to the title track and its accompanying music video.
When, about the end of the production process, we realized what a variable and many-sided album we had recorded, at times we even had doubts as to whether an album with so many different ideas and elements would go down well with the people at all.