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Δευτέρα 18 Απριλίου 2016

Morgana lefay - Fata Morgana -1998 (Compilation)

From 1986 to 1989 the band was called Damage. In 1989 they changed their name to Morgana Lefay.

In 1997, Morgana Lefay split apart. Persson, Heder and Soderling relocated to Stockholm, leaving Rytkönen and Eriksson to find new members. Contractual disputes with Black Mark ended with Rytkönen and Eriksson (along with new members from Fantasmagoria) having to change name to simply Lefay. Persson, Heder and Soderling recorded an album under the Morgana Lefay name, but only to get rid of contractual obligations. The album is not recognised by the current incarnation of the band.

In September of 2004 Lefay resigned with Black Mark and regained the rights to use their full name.

Peter Grehn previously filled in on tour between Tommi Karppanen leaving and Daniel Persson joining.

Morgana Lefay went into another period of inactivity following the release of "Aberrations of the Mind" in 2007 and did not regroup again until 2012.


1 Master Of The Masquerade 4:39
2 Time Is God 5:06
3 Nowhere Island 5:44
4 Maleficum 5:31
5 Red Moon 6:12
6 To Isengard 5:14
7 Lord Of The Rings 4:22
8 Madness 6:50
9 What I Am 5:26
10 Excalibur 5:00
11 Mad Messiah 5:03
12 Paradise Lost 3:55
13 Wonderland 5:05
14 The Source Of Pain 5:26



Morgan le Fay /ˈmɔːrɡən lə ˈfeɪ/, alternatively known as Morgan le Faye, Morgen, Morgaine, Morgain,Morgana, Morganna, Morgant, Morgane, Morgne, Morge, Morgue, and other names, is a powerful enchantressin the Arthurian legend. Early works featuring Morgan do not elaborate her character beyond her role as a fay or sorceress. She became both more prominent and morally ambivalent in later texts, in particular in cyclical prose works such as the Lancelot-Grail and the Post-Vulgate Cycle, in which she turns into a dangerous arch-enemy of King Arthurand an antagonist of some tales.

The earliest accounts of Geoffrey of Monmouth in Vita Merlini and Gerald of Wales refer to Morgan in conjunction with the Isle of Apples (Avalon) to which the fatally wounded Arthur was carried off after the Battle of Camlann. To the former, she was a healer and an enchantress, the eldest of nine sisters. In early chivalric romances by Chrétien de Troyes, she also figures as a healer. Her character may be partially derived from that of the Welsh goddess Modronand other myths.

In later medieval stories, depictions of Morgan change dramatically. She is often said to be the daughter of Arthur's mother Lady Igraine and her first husband Gorlois, so that Arthur, the son of Igraine and Uther Pendragon, is her half-brother. She becomes an apprentice of Merlin and a vindictive adversary of Arthur and the knights of the Round Table, with a special hatred for his wife Queen Guinevere. In Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur and elsewhere, she is unhappily married to King Urien, with whom she has the son Ywain, and her sisters include Morgause. She is also wanton and sexually aggressive, with many lovers including Merlin and Accolon, and an unrequited love for Lancelot. Morgan is an indirect instrument of Arthur's death, though she eventually reconciles with him and retains her original role, serving as one of the sorcerous queens who take him on his final journey to Avalon

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