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n late 2003, two twisted minds, clouded in darkness, devised a plan for a musical vision quest into the depths of the ancient past. Thus, Minas Tirith was born. After one self-released demo, entitled Black Flames, Minas Tirith became Helcaraxe under the membership of J. Traynor, B. Henderson, P. Henry opened up shop named after the ice plains of JRR Tolkien's Silmarillion. In 2005, J. Traynor and B. Henderson sequestered themselves away in the basement abode of Christ Puncher Studios, to write and record the Triumph And Revenge, album dedicated to the Norse gods.