Battle Magic Album

Bal-Sagoth

About Battle Magic

Battle Magic is the third album by Bal-Sagoth, released in 1998 on Cacophonous Records, and is their last recording for that company before they signed to Nuclear Blast. It is the last album to feature Jonny Maudling on drums, who following this album would go on to concentrate fully on playing the keyboards. The cover artwork for the album features the fantasy character "Caylen-Tor", created by Bal-Sagoth vocalist/lyricist Byron Roberts. The band were awarded one full month to record, much of which was spent on the orchestral arrangements. The keyboards in "Blood Slakes the Sand at the Circus Maximus" alone took six full days to complete. The opening of "Blood Slakes the Sand at the Circus Maximus" is identical to the score for the film Spartacus composed by Alex North. On 16 September 2016, Battle Magic was reissued on CD by Cacophonous Records, featuring remastered audio, an expanded lyric booklet and new cover artwork. 


#SongDuration
1
Battle Magic
  
3
A Tale from the Deep Woods
  
4
Return to the Praesidium of Ys
  
5
Crystal Shards
  
7
When Rides the Scion of the Storms
  
8
Blood Slakes the Sand at the Circus Maximus
  
9
Thwarted by the Dark (Blade of the Vampyre Hunter)
  

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