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  1. Label: Napalm Records - NPR • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition DigipakBox Set Limited Edition • Country: Austria • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Heavy Metal Grave Digger - The Clans Will Rise Again (, Digipak, CD) | Discogs/5(3).
  2. Though there are imo no bad Grave Digger albums, some are better than the others. The Clans Will Rise Again is one of their best and a worthy sequel to The Tunes of War. Mighty riffs, catchy choruses, great solos, bagpipes and characteristic vocals - it's all here/5(5).
  3. Mar 04,  · The Clans Will Rise Again is Grave Digger's 15th album under their new label Napalm Records. It is a "loose sequel" to their Tunes of War album. It was released on 1 October It is also the first album to feature guitarist Axel Ritt.5/5(7).
  4. May 17,  · Official music video of the stand out track from the album Tunes Of War. Lyrics: The clans are marching against the law Bagpipers play .
  5. "The Clans Will Rise Again" is a formidable and compact work, in which no one song outdoes another. It also allows them to once again return to the glory days of their "Tunes of War" album. "The Clans Will Rise Again" presents a band that has managed to mark /5(22).
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Grave Digger - The Clans Will Rise Again at Discogs. Complete your Grave Digger collection/5(57).
  7. The fact that The Clans will Rise Again, Grave Digger's 15th (!) record, is remembered as more of a "loose sequel" to 's Tunes of War than another vital addition to the band's extensive discography suggests one of two things: Either Grave Digger had finally run out of inspiration in , or that they genuinely wanted to revisit the "Middle Ages" album trilogy one final time. The latter can safely be /5.
  8. Tunes of War is the seventh studio album by German metal band Grave Digger about the Scottish struggles for independence from England, from the medieval conflicts between its clans in the 11th century through to the Jacobite rebellion of the 18th.. It is the first album in Grave Digger's trilogy of medievally inspired concept albums which was continued by Knights of the Cross () and.

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