CRIMSON GLORY / PARISH split PROMO CD. Parish incl. former CRIMSON GLORY members. s + video

CRIMSON GLORY / PARISH split PROMO CD. Parish incl. former CRIMSON GLORY members. Check audio samples

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“Metal Invader Magazine” feature on this rare cd release three Demo Tracks from the “Astronomica” sessions and three Demo Tracks from PARISH.

Bands : Crimson Glory Parish
Country : USA
Release : Split [The Official Demo Series Vol.8]
Year : 1999
Genre : Heavy, Power, Progressive Metal

A split CD released by the Greek metal magazine “Metal Invader” only in Greece as “The Official Demo Series Vol.8. Includes 3 demo versions of Crimson Glory’s album “Astronomica (1999)” & the “Demo (1995)” of Parish, the project of members of CG Ben Jackson & Dana Burrell.
The Crimson Glory tracks are demo versions from the Astronomica sessions, of which the first two songs were included on the Japan only War Of The Worlds EP (Rising Sun 2000) while this version of ‘Edge Of Forever’ appears here exclusively. The remaining tracks on this split are demo tracks from Ben Jackson’s Parish project, assisted by Dana Burrell.

Given away with the Greek magazine Metal Invader in 1999. Legal release pressed and distributed in Greece after written permission from John Drenning & Clemens from Rising Sun Records.


Crimson Glory / Parish The Official Demo Series Vol. 8
Label: Metal Invader
Catalog#: none
Format: CD, Promo
Country: Greece
Released: 1999
Genre: Heavy Metal

1 Crimson Glory Touch The Sun 5:48
2 Crimson Glory Astronomica 4:56
3 Crimson Glory Edge Of Forever 5:48
4 Parish Rachels Eyes 4:33
5 Parish Set The Night On Fire 4:20
6 Parish Envision 3:31

The Crimson Glory tracks are demo versions.
The Parish tracks are from their 1992 demo. PARISH, formed in the early 90s by former CRIMSON GLORY members drummer DANA BURNELL and guitarist BEN JACKSON.

AMAZING!!!!!!!!?

Parish “Rachels Eyes” 1995
John David – Vocals
Ben Jackson – Guitar (Crimson Glory)
David Edward – Guitar
Bernard Hernandez – Bass
Rich Tabor – Drums

Awesome in a Crimson Glory / Queensryche sort of way. I’d have loved to see these guys get some recognition..