Crossword clues for empires
n. (plural of empire English)
Empires is the second studio album by American death metal band Animosity, released in 2005.
Empires is the third studio album by futurepop duo VNV Nation. It was released in 1999 in the EU and 2000 in the United States jointly under the Metropolis and dependent labels. The album combines trance, synthpop and electronic body music (EBM).
"Darkangel" was released as a single on 28 June prior to the album, and "Standing" became a single, and was also released as part of the Burning Empires EP in 2000.
Empires is a First-person shooter with vehicular combat and real-time strategy elements. The first-person component of the game is played out by the soldiers on the battlefield, while the real-time strategy feature is played out by the commander of each team, in a similar fashion to any ordinary real-time strategy game. The link between the two modes is seamless, with the commander being able to hop between first-person shooter and real-time strategy modes at will.
"Empires (Bring Me Men)" is a song by British artist Lamya. It was released in 2002. It was the first single taken from her first album Learning From Falling.
It is based on a poem The Coming American, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the American acquisition of the state of California, by American librarian and poet Samuel Walter Foss.
A remix of the song reached #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 2002.
Empires is an indie rock band from Chicago, IL. The band consists of Tom Conrad, Sean Van Vleet, Max Steger, and Mike Robinson.
Empires is the fourth studio album from Australian contemporary worship music band Hillsong United, a worship band from Hillsong Church. The album was released on 26 May 2015, under Hillsong Music, Sparrow Records and Capitol Christian Music Group. Michael Guy Chislett served as the album's producer, with vocalist Joel Houston serving as creative director and co-producer. "Touch the Sky" was released as the album's lead single in March 2015.
Usage examples of "empires".
From the Incas to the Aryans, from the Aztecs to the Alexanders, from the Khans to the Romans: the coming of the Empires was the first brutal step in a planetary expansion struggling to reach beyond isolated cultures by simple conquest.