Oath Bound - CD
|Release Date||Mar 31, 2006|
It was he, who broke the oath which Isildur, the son of Elendil, took from the battle of Dagorlad, and thus sealed the curse which had bound him and his people to undead, bounded forever in the land of the dead beyond the Dimholt- Porte in the White Mountains.
His true name is now forgotten, and he is only known as "King of the Dead" in the Third Age of the Middle Ages.
His country, the realm of the dead under Ered Nimrais, chose Summoning as the environment for their song "Land Of The Dead".
Silenius' and Protector's musical saga Summoning leads ever deeper into the world of the stories of John Ronald Reuel Tolkien.
On "Oath Bound", the title of the most recent work, they once more deal with topics from the "Silmarillion," a collection of unfinished writings that portrays myths,
legends, and gods from "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Little Hobbit" .
In addition, the Austrian duo, among other legends from the "Silmarillion", devoted themselves to the exile of the Noldor (an archaic elven tribe)
to the earth in the battle with the oppressor Bauglir (better known as Morgoth) around the Silmaril and finally in the victory over the Tyrants culminate.
"Oath Bound" rings the "Fourth Age" Summoning.
Last but not least, we refer to the song "Mirdautas Vras", written exclusively in the black language of Mordor ... ...
a language that Gorthaur (the ancient name of Sauron) created for his subjects and their most famous fragment
"Ash Nazg durbatulûk, ash nazg gimbatul, ash nazg thrakatulûk, agh burzum-ishi krimpatul ".
With Summoning's "Mirdautas Vras" another fragment of this unholy language appears in the mortal world:
"Bhaash agh akûl - Nazgûl skoiz Mirdautas Vras! Karn ghaamp agh nût Ghaur Manwe quiinubat gukh"
2. Across the Streaming Tide
3. Mirdautas Vras
4. Might and Glory
8. Land of the Dead