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Pantheon

by Wasteland Valley

Melodic guitar based hardrock mixing a wide variety of inspirations from old heroes like Iron Maiden, AC/DC and Guns N`Roses to newer bands like Black Stone Cherry and Backyard Babies.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. The Temple of All Gods
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2. Masquerade
3:24 $0.99
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3. Twister
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4. Golden Opportunity
4:43 $0.99
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5. The Chamber
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6. Reach for More
3:07 $0.99
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7. Take a Stand
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8. No Place for a Queen
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9. Remains to Be Seen
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10. The End
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Wasteland Valley from Steinkjer, a small town in the middle of Norway, released their debut album "Break The Ice" in 2016. Since then, the band has changed vocalist and become a bit more heavy this time around. But the main idea is still the same, to put as much influences as possible into the music and combine it with strong melodies and riffs. The band has also grown as songwriters, and sounds tighter and better than ever with the new album "Pantheon".


The album name, is taken from the Temple of All Gods in Rome. And the very first track on the album, is kind of the title song being that it`s called "The Temple of all Gods". This is a metaphor for being at the top of the world, full of cockiness and arrogance. The next tracks, is about playing a game and being someone you`re not, resulting in a minds battle towards insanity. After the ups and downs, the closing track is not exactly an happy ending and it`s fitting enough called "The End".

In spite of this storyline, this is NOT an concept album. But it might as well have been, lyrics wise at least..

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