Nov 302020
 

Wind Rose released their fourth studio album, “Wintersaga,” on Sept. 27th. via Napalm Records. On “Wintersaga” the dwarves take the listener on a highly entertaining and unforgettable 50 minutes lasting ride over mountains, snow and ice.

Check out the video below where in Claudio Falconcini from Wind Rose playing ‘We Were Warriors’ with tabs on screen TUNING: ADGCEA (Standard A).

Wind Rose on ‘Wintersaga’:

“We dug holes, we drank mead, we danced together and we got drunk… Now let’s get to serious business! Let us present you the title track Wintersaga, which is surely one of the highlights of this album:

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Oct 222020
 

Wind Rose are back with another visual to their epic, story-filled and critically acclaimed album “Wintersaga,” releasing the official music video for ‘We Were Warriors’ today via Napalm Records! ‘We Were Warriors’ is a follow-up to their popular first singles, ‘Diggy Diggy Hole’ and ‘Drunken Dwarves’, which together racked up well over 20 million views on YouTube! In ‘We Were Warriors’, Wind Rose take the viewer on an adventurous hunt for gold through dark ruins and caves, passing old relics from a morbid past.

Wind Rose on ‘We Were Warriors’:
“‘We Were Warriors’ is a song about the Dwarves fallen in battle and their eternal rest inside the great halls of stone. A strong theme needed strong music, so we came up with one of the most astonishing songs we have ever composed: powerful riffs, massive orchestrations and epic choirs. We could not imagine a better epilogue for our latest album Wintersaga.”

Watch the official video for ‘We Were Warriors’ below.

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Dec 022019
 

Wind Rose recently released their fourth studio album, “Wintersaga,” via Napalm Records. A guitar & bass playthrough video for ‘We Were Warriors’ can be seen below:

Wind Rose on ‘Wintersaga’:

“We dug holes, we drank mead, we danced together and we got drunk… Now let’s get to serious business! Let us present you the title track Wintersaga, which is surely one of the highlights of this album: the structure is a little bit more complex than the first two singles, but the epic vocals and orchestra still keep it easily approachable for all kinds of ears.bWe also wanted to give this song a special look, so we decided to create a lyric video to represent its meaning: the arrival of Durin’s Day, that closes the fall and opens the gates of winter.”

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