LEPRECHAUN: Former ELVENKING Singer Launches New Band

LEPRECHAUN, the Italian "folk metal" project featuring former ELVENKING singer/composer Damnagoras and STORMLORD bassist Francesco Bucci, have completed work on their first promotional CD, entitled "The Ultimate Dance".

The CD was recorded, mixed and mastered at Sherpa Studios by Mauro Bortolani and features cover artwork by Pascal Moguerou. The complete track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Rook Black Crow
02. The Ultimate Dance
03. The Comet
04. Rusalka
05. Knockgrafton
06. The Elements' Weaving
07. The Violin and the Nightingale

Audio excerpts from "The Ultimate Dance", "Rusalka" and "Knockgrafton" can be downloaded from this location.


Damnagoras - vocals & guitars
Firescream - lead guitars
Raindancer - rhythm guitars
Francesco Bucci - bass
Whisperwind - vocals and keys
Soilmaster – drums


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