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Meden Agan

Formed: 2005
From: Athens, Greece
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Meden Agan News

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Meden Agan Streaming New Track

Greek symphonic metal act Meden Agan posted a lyric video for the new track "Embrace the Sorrow." The song will appear on the band's new album "Lacrima Dei," which will be released in September 2014 via No Regrets Records. The album is the first release with new vocalist Maya Kampak, who joined the band in 2013. The band also made available the song "Divine Wrath," which can be heard over here.

Check out "Embrace the Sorrow" here:

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Meden Agan Posts "Divine Wrath" Lyric Video

Greek symphonic metal act Meden Agan posted a lyric video for the new track "Divine Wrath." The song will appear on the band's new album "Lacrima Dei," which is set to be self-released in the first quarter of this year. The album marks the first album with new vocalist Maya Kampak, who replaced the outgoing Iliana Tsakiraki in 2013.

"Lacrima Dei" was recorded at Artemis Studios by Mark Adrian (who produced the band's "Erevos Aenaon" album) and was mastered at Pinnvox studios by Mika Jussila (Amorphis/Amberian Dawn). The album is the follow up to the 2011 release "Erevos Aenaon" (see review here). Check out "Divine Wrath" here: More...

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Meden Agan Streaming Unreleased Track

Greek symphonic metal band Meden Agan is streaming the full version of the track "Black Sky." This version of the track was previously unreleased. An edited version appeared as the opening track on the latest LP "Erevos Aenaon," released in 2011 (see review here).

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Meden Agan Posts First Official Music Video

Greek symphonic metal band Meden Agan, posted its first music video for the track "All Seems Lost." The track appears on the band's sophomore LP "Erevos Aenaon," which was released in September 2011 (See Metal Underground's review at this location).

Check out "All Seems Lost" here:

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