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Lacrimosa|Revolution

Revolution

Lacrimosa

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On their 11th studio album, 2012's Revolution, symphonic metal duo Lacrimosa showcase their mixture of gothic rock and metal with classical music in a heavier version than before -- which may have something to do with the fact that it was recorded with guitarist Mille Petrozza (of German thrash metal mainstay Kreator) and drummer Stefan Schwarzmann (of German metal veterans Accept). Still, the album also features the band's trademark orchestral compositions, as can be witnessed on "Rote Sinfonie." Revolution entered the German charts at number 35.
© Christian Genzel /TiVo

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1
Irgendein Arsch ist Immer Unterwegs
00:05:01

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

2
If the World Stood Still a Day
00:03:36

Tilo Wolff, Composer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist - Anne Nurmi, Composer, Writer

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

3
Verloren
00:07:31

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

4
This is the Night
00:05:24

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

5
Interlude - Feuerzug (Part I)
00:00:45

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

6
Feuerzug (Part II)
00:04:42

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

7
Refugium
00:04:42

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

8
Weil Du Hilfe Brauchst
00:06:04

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

9
Rote Sinfonie
00:11:05

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

10
Revolution
00:05:22

Tilo Wolff, Composer, Writer - Lacrimosa, MainArtist

2012 Hall of Sermon Publishing

Album Description

On their 11th studio album, 2012's Revolution, symphonic metal duo Lacrimosa showcase their mixture of gothic rock and metal with classical music in a heavier version than before -- which may have something to do with the fact that it was recorded with guitarist Mille Petrozza (of German thrash metal mainstay Kreator) and drummer Stefan Schwarzmann (of German metal veterans Accept). Still, the album also features the band's trademark orchestral compositions, as can be witnessed on "Rote Sinfonie." Revolution entered the German charts at number 35.
© Christian Genzel /TiVo

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