Review Request: Terra Nullius - Magam Bajnoka [Heavy Metal]

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"Magam Bajnoka"
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Dear media partners,

I thought you might be interested in reviewing Terra Nullius' album "Magam Bajnoka".

Led by the visionary drummer, László Sztancsik, Terra Nullius is a fusion of metal and classical music genres, delivering a sound that is both powerful and transcendent. With a shared passion for creating unparalleled artistry, Sztancsik invited cellist János Madaras to join the project, setting the stage for a groundbreaking musical endeavor.

The band's debut album, "Magam Bajnoka," encapsulates a profound message of self-discovery and resilience. Through tracks like the titular "Magam Bajnoka," Terra Nullius explores the theme of personal empowerment, urging listeners to confront their inner demons and emerge victorious. Each song on the album delves into different facets of the human experience, resonating with audiences on a deeply emotional level.

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You can stream the album here and download it here

 "Magam Bajnoka" Music Video:


"Magam Bajnoka" cover & tracklist:


1. Magam bajnoka
2. Szabad a vásár
3. Tegnap záloga
4. Jelek az út szélén
5. Hajsza az idővel
6. Tiéd a szabadság
7. Egyedül
8. Mindig tarts
9. Hazamegyek Hozzád
10. Holnap (után)


Terra Nullius was born out of a shared vision to push the boundaries of musical expression. Founded by Sztancsik, the band welcomed vocalist András Baksa, guitarist Imre Telek, cellist Mátyás Hotzi, and bassist Tamás Éber into its ranks, forming a powerhouse lineup that captivates audiences worldwide.

Since its inception, Terra Nullius has garnered acclaim for its dynamic performances and innovative approach to music. With the support of Wormholedeath Records, the band is poised to reach new heights and captivate audiences across South America, the USA, Europe, and Japan.

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"Magam bajnoka” is available on Spotify and iTunes



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