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Coventhrall Posts "In These Halls" Video Clip

Finland's Coventhrall has released the track "In These Halls" from the album "Legacy of Morfuidra." Give the song a listen through the video clip below. The band also comments on the lyrical concept:

"From the Episode I - 'Morfuidra,' we could get to know both the planet and the people of Morfuidra as well as the secret they are hiding - the powerful technology that almost destroyed their civilazation in the past. The Episode II - 'Dreadnought,' introduced the Scavens - the space pirates from a distant galaxy, moving in a huge spaceship called Dreadnought. The threat to the Morfuidra comes from the nooks of hyperspace and the Elders are now searching for the man who will be able to protect the good citizens of this secluded planet.

"The Episode III - 'In These Halls,' continues the story of choosing a great and a noble man whose task will not be an easy one to fulfill. All the people of Morfuidra are gathered in a shelter where they can hide themselves from the threats coming from the Dreadnought. When they are all together in the ancestral meeting place, the process of selecting the right man begins. This is the one and only way to save their precious world. The Elders bring the items of blight from the holy sanctuary so they would find and show the chosen one among the citizens. The objects start glowing and going all in one direction - towards Avatar. The gods made their choice and people of Morfuidra are now full of hope, Avatar will bring peace to their homeland. Now his mission regards bravery and faith since he must find his way through the enemy fleets and go to the Emperor to bring his attention to the threat caused by the Scavens."

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