Christopher Lee is just one of those guys whose frigid gaze tells you that he’s lived and experienced more in his 87 years and 7 months of profound existence than you can ever dream.  You may know him as Saruman in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, as well as Count Dooku in the new Star Wars movies, Dracula, or Lord Summerisle from The Wicker Man (no, not this onethat one)   But if he looks familiar from something else, then perhaps you’ve seen one of the other 280 films in which he appears.  But the man of many talents is now releasing an album – what kind of album, you say?  Why, a symphonic metal tribute to Charlemagne, of course.  Turns out he’s a direct descendent of Charles the Great, and he’s finally throwing a shout-out to his old great-great-great-great-great-grand pops in the only manner he knows how.  It’s out March 15th.  Check out a preview below.


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