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Label: Molten Metal USA
Catalog Number: MM 53305-2
T.J. Berry lead vocals, guitar|
D. Hall guitar, backing vocals
Mike Allen bass
Andy Brookhart drums
|1. ||Betrayal of the Masses ||3:54|
|2. ||Underneath Where Darkness Is Divine ||3:33|
|3. ||Form ||4:57|
|4. ||Wicked From the Womb ||5:49|
|5. ||Lost ||3:17|
|6. ||Damaged ||5:33|
|7. ||Awaken ||6:21|
|8. ||Blood on the Bricks ||3:32|
|9. ||The Suffering ||0:55|
|10. ||Into the Black ||7:35|
|11. ||...As Twilight Descends ||3:06|
|12. ||The Otherside ||7:06|
|13. ||Face Your Fate (The Calling) ||5:06|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:44|
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||Date: October 29, 2004 at 13:34|
|EXCELLENT! Real metal played by fans of real metal. There is no poser, trend following crap here. There is no growling, no black metal shrieks, no rapping and there certainly are no grungy, depressing vocals either. They are not overly technical prog metal, not even dungeons and dragons power metal, but just pure heavy metal. \m/
||Date: November 10, 2004 at 22:29|
|theres a ska/punk by the name of catch 22 keaisby nights dear sergio
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