Album par Dragonland
Sortie 13 novembre 2006
Enregistrement au Studio Fredman, en Suède
Durée 1:00:42
Genre Power metal
Metal symphonique
Power metal symphonique
Producteur Patrik J. Olof Mörck Henrik Udd
Label Century Media Records
Albums de Dragonland
Starfall (2004)

Astronomy est le quatrième et dernier album studio en date du groupe de Power metal suédois Dragonland. L'album est sorti le 13 novembre 2006 sous le label Century Media Records.


  • Jonas Heidgert - chant
  • Olof Mörck - guitare
  • Nicklas Magnusson - guitare
  • Christer Pedersen - basse
  • Elias Holmlid - clavier
  • Jesse Lindskog - batterie

Musiciens de session

  • Elise Ryd - chant féminin
  • Jimmie Strimmell, du groupe Dead by April - chant sur les titres Antimatter et Direction: Perfection
  • Marios Iliopoulos du groupe Nightrage - guitare sur le titre Cassiopeia

Liste des morceaux

  1. Supernova – 5:09
  2. Cassiopeia – 4:06
  3. Contact – 4:25
  4. Astronomy – 3:20
  5. Antimatter – 3:00
  6. The Book of Shadows Part IV: The Scrolls of Geometria Divina – 4:04
  7. Beethoven's Nightmare – 6:11
  8. Too Late for Sorrow – 3:36
  9. Direction: Perfection – 4:29
  10. The Old House on the Hill Chapter I: A Death in the Family – 4:30
  11. The Old House on the Hill Chapter II: The Thing in the Cellar – 3:08
  12. The Old House on the Hill Chapter III: The Ring of Edward Waldon – 6:18
  13. Intuition - 4:27 (reprise du groupe TNT) [Édition japonaise seulement]
  14. The Last Word - 4:17 [Édition japonaise seulement]

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