[ Bands ] [ News ] [ Tourdates ] [ Hell Over Hammaburg ] [ Contact/Imprint ] Home > > Bands > > Alte Promo > > Mythological Cold Towers Fotos Immemorial Mythological Cold Towers www.myspace.com/mythologicalcoldtowers Release: Cyclone Empire 14.10.2011 Info: MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS emerged in the beginning of 1994 after mythical battles among the ruins of desolate sanctuaries, intoning a thundering dark DOOM METAL, which remit us to antique tales full of darkness and enigmas. In 1995, MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS featured on the compilation THE WINDS OF A NEW MILLENIUM, by DEMISE REC. In 1996, MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS released its first album SPHERE OF NEBADDON - THE DAWN OF A DYING TYFFERETH. The album caused excellent reaction in the underground scene and lots of reviews announced MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS as the new Brazilian revelation. In July 2000, MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS released REMOTI MERIDIANI HYMNI (TOWARDS THE MAGNIFICENT REALM OF THE SUN). The album was acclaimed by the underground scene and consequently, MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS became a big name in the Brazilian scene. In 2005, MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS released its third album. THE VANISHED PANTHEON is more intense and chaotic than the band’s previous albums. The album was released by the labels FIREDOOM MUSIC in Europe and SOMBER MUSIC in Brazil. In 2011, MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS is proudly releasing its newest album via the German label Cyclone Empire, where they signed a multi-album deal. IMMEMORIAL brings 7 songs of pure DOOM METAL in the nineties way, with epic passages, sullen vocals and obscure lyrics. Prepare for finest desolate and haunting feelings… Discography: 1996: Sphere of Nebaddon (The Dawn of a Dying Tyffereth) 2001: Remoti Meridiani Hymni (Towards the Magnificent Realm of the Sun) 2005: The Vanished Pantheon 2011: Immemorial Tracklist: 1. Lost Path To Ma-Noa 2. Akakor 3. Enter The Halls... 4. The Shrines Of Ibez 5. Like An Ode Forged In Immemorial Eras 6. Fallen Race 7. Immemorial [ Promotion ] [ Publishing ] [ Privacy Policy ] [BILD] [BILD] [BILD]