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|Studio album by Kamelot|
|Released||August 4, 1998|
|Recorded||Jan-Mar, 1998 at Morrisound Studios, Tampa, Florida|
|Genre||Heavy Metal, Power metal, symphonic metal|
|The Metal Crypt|||
Siége Perilous is the third full-length album released by the power metal band Kamelot. It was released on August 4, 1998, through Noise Records. It is the first album with Roy Khan (ex-Conception) on vocals and Casey Grillo on drums, and also the last with the keyboard player David Pavlicko.
The track listing on the back cover of the CD is incorrect. "Rhydin" is track 6, while "Parting Visions" and "Once a Dream" are shifted down once each. The track listing shown here is the correct version, which is listed in the liner notes.
All songs written by Thomas Youngblood and Daniel Elliot, except where noted.
- "Providence" – 5:35
- "Millennium" – 5:15
- "King's Eyes" – 6:14
- "Expedition" – 5:41
- "Where I Reign" – 5:58
- "Rhydin" – 5:03
- "Parting Visions" – 3:34
- "Once a Dream" – 4:24
- "Irea" (Youngblood, Elliot, Roy Khan) – 4:32
- "Siege" (instrumental) (Youngblood) – 4:21
Japanese version bonus track
- "One Day" – 4:10
The Japanese bonus track was later included on 2007 compilation "Myths & Legends Of Kamelot".
The title of track 6 is a reference to the fantasy role playing world, RhyDin.
- Roy Khan – lead vocals
- Thomas Youngblood – guitars, backing vocals
- David Pavlicko – keyboards
- Glenn Barry – bass guitar
- Casey Grillo – drums
- Tore Østby - acoustic guitar on Siege
Production and other
- Mixed by Tommy Newton at Area 51 Studios, Celle, Germany
- Engineered by Mark Prator, Jim Morris, Tom Morris
- Management: KMI Entertainment
- Cover illustration by Derek Gores
- Graphic production and design by Rachel Youngblood
- Photography by Kim Grillo