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Digitally remastered and expanded 40th Anniversary edition. Mythra were originally formed in South Shields in county Durham in 1978. In contrast to other groups from the North East active around the same time, for example Axe, who later turned into Fist and whose "Name, Rank & Serial" number was covered by Mythra in the very early days, Vince High and his boys did show precious few similarities with seventies bands like Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath. Mythra's sound was geared towards the future of metal, not re-visiting past hard rock glories. The Death And Destiny EP was originally issued in 1979. Combined sales were rumored to have reached the incredible mark of 20,000 copies. Out of the thirteen songs present on Death And Destiny - 40th Anniversary LP (including the four tracks from the popular EP), featuring the entire catalog of the band's studio recordings between 1979 and 1981, Mythra would have most probably chosen the material for a possible debut album, which unfortunately never saw the light of day during the heydays of the glorious New Wave Of British Heavy Metal in the early 1980s.
Digitally remastered and expanded 40th Anniversary edition. Mythra were originally formed in South Shields in county Durham in 1978. In contrast to other groups from the North East active around the same time, for example Axe, who later turned into Fist and whose "Name, Rank & Serial" number was covered by Mythra in the very early days, Vince High and his boys did show precious few similarities with seventies bands like Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath. Mythra's sound was geared towards the future of metal, not re-visiting past hard rock glories. The Death And Destiny EP was originally issued in 1979. Combined sales were rumored to have reached the incredible mark of 20,000 copies. Out of the thirteen songs present on Death And Destiny - 40th Anniversary LP (including the four tracks from the popular EP), featuring the entire catalog of the band's studio recordings between 1979 and 1981, Mythra would have most probably chosen the material for a possible debut album, which unfortunately never saw the light of day during the heydays of the glorious New Wave Of British Heavy Metal in the early 1980s.
4251267702367
Mythra - Death and Destiny - 40th Anniversary Edition

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Format: CD
Label: HROR
Rel. Date: 06/06/2024
UPC: 4251267702367

Death and Destiny - 40th Anniversary Edition
Artist: Mythra
Format: CD
New: in stock $23.38
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Death and Destiny
2. Killer
3. UFO
4. Overlord
5. Machine
6. Warrior of Time
7. Heaven Lies Above
8. England
9. New Life 1
10. Vicious Bastards 1
11. At Least I Tried 1
12. Together Forever 1
13. WASA

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Digitally remastered and expanded 40th Anniversary edition. Mythra were originally formed in South Shields in county Durham in 1978. In contrast to other groups from the North East active around the same time, for example Axe, who later turned into Fist and whose "Name, Rank & Serial" number was covered by Mythra in the very early days, Vince High and his boys did show precious few similarities with seventies bands like Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath. Mythra's sound was geared towards the future of metal, not re-visiting past hard rock glories. The Death And Destiny EP was originally issued in 1979. Combined sales were rumored to have reached the incredible mark of 20,000 copies. Out of the thirteen songs present on Death And Destiny - 40th Anniversary LP (including the four tracks from the popular EP), featuring the entire catalog of the band's studio recordings between 1979 and 1981, Mythra would have most probably chosen the material for a possible debut album, which unfortunately never saw the light of day during the heydays of the glorious New Wave Of British Heavy Metal in the early 1980s.
        
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