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LEVITICUS - Knights Of Heaven (digitally remastered)

LEVITICUS - Knights Of Heaven (digitally remastered)

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Levitcus was the brainchild of Swedish born guitarist Bjorn Stigsson. They were one of the earliest Christian metal bands and released a total of four albums. "Knights Of Heaven" (1989) was Leviticus fourth and last album and its full of melodic well played hard rock anthems. This is without a doubt their most solid album. Everything was improved about the band, from the production, to the vocals, to the song writing. Much of this is compliments of the Elefante brothers (Guardian, Petra), who have a knack for writing and producing catchy arena rock. With a sound next to 80s Petra, The Brave and Guardian and feat. Peo Pettersson on vocals there's just one advice - don't miss this classic album. Digitally remastered re-issue.

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Levitcus was the brainchild of Swedish born guitarist Bjorn Stigsson. They were one of the earliest Christian metal bands and released a total of four albums. "Knights Of Heaven" (1989) was Leviticus fourth and last album and its full of melodic well played hard rock anthems. This is without a doubt their most solid album. Everything was improved about the band, from the production, to the vocals, to the song writing. Much of this is compliments of the Elefante brothers (Guardian, Petra), who have a knack for writing and producing catchy arena rock. With a sound next to 80s Petra, The Brave and Guardian and feat. Peo Pettersson on vocals there's just one advice - don't miss this classic album. Digitally remastered re-issue. Tracklist: 01.Born Again 02.The World Goes Round 03.Isn`t It Love 04.Oh Lord 05.Feel So Good 06.Strong Love 07.Messiah 08.Over the Hills 09.For Once In My Life 10.Love On Fire

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