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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 14 Jún 2020, 13:08

Machine Head - Bloodstone & Diamonds (Japan Edition) (2014)

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Year : 2014
Style : Groove Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 128 mb


Bio:

Machine Head is an American metal band from Oakland, California.Formed on October 12, 1991,the group was founded by vocalist and guitarist Robb Flynn and bassist Adam Duce. The current lineup of the band comprises Flynn, drummer Dave McClain, guitarist Phil Demmel, and bassist Jared MacEachern. Machine Head is one of the pioneering bands in the New Wave of American Heavy Metal.Machine Head was formed by member Robb Flynn, previously part of the bands Forbidden and Vio-lence. Flynn felt musically unfulfilled with Vio-lence and requested to start a side project. When his request was denied, he left the band and formed Machine Head in 1991 with Adam Duce, Logan Mader and Tony Constanza. The band's first album Burn My Eyes, was a big success in Europe where it garnered attention on MTV's Headbangers Ball. In America (with HBB taken off the air during the grunge movement) Machine Head would not have success until later albums.The band nearly disbanded in 2002 after negotiating off its label Roadrunner Records, when controversy surrounding Machine Head's fourth album Supercharger (released 3 weeks after September 11, 2001) resulted in their songs and music video for the song "Crashing Around You" (which featured burning buildings) being pulled from all media outlets. The band re-signed with Roadrunner soon after and has released three albums since, 2003's Through the Ashes of Empires, 2007's The Blackening (which earned Machine Head its first Grammy Award nomination) and 2011's Unto the Locust. Machine Head have sold over 3 million records worldwide.

Album:

Bloodstone & Diamonds is the upcoming eighth full-length studio album by American heavy metal band Machine Head, set to be released by Nuclear Blast on 7 November 2014.This is the first album to feature new bassist Jared MacEachern who replaced former bassist Adam Duce in 2013. Although the album doesn't feature a title track, the album gets its name from a lyric from the opening track 'Now We Die'. The album was once again mixed by Colin Richardson with additional tracking, editing, and mixing by Andy Sneap and Steve Lagudi. All album art was done by Travis Shinn. "Bloodstone & Diamonds" is the band's first album not to be released on Roadrunner Records.

Line-Up:

Robb Flynn – lead vocals, guitar (1991–present)
Phil Demmel – guitar, backing vocals (2002–present)
Jared MacEachern – bass, backing vocals (2013–present)
Dave McClain – drums (1995–present)

Tracklist:

01. Now We Die (07:10)
02. Killers & Kings (04:32)
03. Ghosts Will Haunt My Bones (06:06)
04. Night Of Long Knives (06:48)
05. Sail Into The Black (08:29)
06. Eyes Of The Dead (06:25)
07. Beneath The Silt (04:43)
08. In Comes The Flood (07:22)
09. Damage Inside (03:24)
10. Game Over (06:36)
11. Imaginal Cells (03:36)
12. Take Me Through The Fire (05:48)


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 14 Jún 2020, 13:09

Machine Head - Catharsis (2018)

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Year : 2018
Style : Groove Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 170 mb


Bio:

Machine Head is an American metal band from Oakland, California.Formed on October 12, 1991,the group was founded by vocalist and guitarist Robb Flynn and bassist Adam Duce. The current lineup of the band comprises Flynn, drummer Dave McClain, guitarist Phil Demmel, and bassist Jared MacEachern. Machine Head is one of the pioneering bands in the New Wave of American Heavy Metal.Machine Head was formed by member Robb Flynn, previously part of the bands Forbidden and Vio-lence. Flynn felt musically unfulfilled with Vio-lence and requested to start a side project. When his request was denied, he left the band and formed Machine Head in 1991 with Adam Duce, Logan Mader and Tony Constanza. The band's first album Burn My Eyes, was a big success in Europe where it garnered attention on MTV's Headbangers Ball. In America (with HBB taken off the air during the grunge movement) Machine Head would not have success until later albums.The band nearly disbanded in 2002 after negotiating off its label Roadrunner Records, when controversy surrounding Machine Head's fourth album Supercharger (released 3 weeks after September 11, 2001) resulted in their songs and music video for the song "Crashing Around You" (which featured burning buildings) being pulled from all media outlets. The band re-signed with Roadrunner soon after and has released three albums since, 2003's Through the Ashes of Empires, 2007's The Blackening (which earned Machine Head its first Grammy Award nomination) and 2011's Unto the Locust. Machine Head have sold over 3 million records worldwide.

Album:

Catharsis is the upcoming ninth album by American heavy metal band Machine Head, scheduled to be released on January 26, 2018.Ahead of the release of the Bay Area band's ninth full-length, MACHINE HEAD's central figure, Robb Flynn, stated that the album isn't one of the unit's heaviest. The notorious frontman doesn't listen to a lot of metal these days, in fact. His hardcore, punk rock and hip hop listening habits surface on the quartet's latest effort. It goes without saying that Flynn has taken bold moves in his career. Whatever his motivations might have been for the more accessible sounds and stylistic shift on "Catharsis", the results aren't pretty.Flynn has also recently made it clear that he doesn't plan on writing an album like MACHINE HEAD's blistering debut "Burn My Eyes" again. And with respect to his perspective, would metal really benefit from such self-plagiarism? Taking into account the extent to which Flynn has grown as a musician in the last 20 years, a carbon copy of the group's phenomenal debut would be falling short of what MACHINE HEAD is capable of producing in terms of a vitriolic, updated take on its initial cut-throat approach to aggressive metal.What's more, rather than ripping itself off completely, an updated retake on any period of MACHINE HEAD's history would benefit so much more with the clear reflection of the improved dynamic arsenal of the unit's other members: guitarist Phil Demmel, drummer Dave McClain and bassist Jared MacEachern, who replaced longtime, original member Adam Duce in 2013, prior to 2014's "Bloodstone & Diamonds". Or for that matter, any kind of step forward could benefit from the unit's impressive pedigree. "Catharsis" is a bold move. It's just the wrong move. That's what's most disappointing and frustrating here: The wasted potential of what could have been.Flynn himself has mentioned that "Catharsis" reminds him of "The Burning Red". One can't help but wonder why he would want to take his band down that road since he has openly stated that MACHINE HEAD took the more commercial direction of said release partly due to label pressure. It seems like he's spent the last 15 years, since the release of 2003's "Through the Ashes of Empires", moving further away from the group's nu metal period. If he ever cared about "validating" himself in the eyes of the metal fans let down by "The Burning Red", and it seems like he was forgiven by most of them, those brownie points are likely to have been squandered.Regardless, while "Catharsis" does harken back to "The Burning Red", it's actually much more than that. It's a retrospective glance at his musical journey as well as a brave step towards incorporating many of his musical influences outside of the boundaries of heavy metal. The high quality of performance and impressive musical prowess are simply undeniable. The problem is that the creative selection and output is lame.Keeping in mind the earlier point about Flynn never doing another "Burn My Eyes" since he won't be who the person he was at 24 again, one can't help but wonder why he wants to be Devin Townsend circa STRAPPING YOUNG LAD. Looking beyond the hyperbole, the key riff at the onset of "Beyond the Pale" is nearly identical to the opening riff of STRAPPING YOUNG LAD's "Love?", a similarity Robb has dismissed as nothing more than "just a happy accident." And Flynn sounds like Max Cavalera, even down to the accent, on the charging opening track "Volatile". Throughout the album he seems to take vocal cues from Corey Taylor, as he does on "Behind a Mask". This track's soothing acoustics drift absurdly close to OPETH territory. And on "Heavy Lies the Crown", a track that shifts from an old-school metal riff to a thrash attack reminiscent of "Burn My Eyes", he sounds like Cronos from VENOM. Flynn is a great vocalist with a truly distinct voice. He would do better if he just played the part of himself.Elsewhere, "Bastards" is a completely unexpected fusion between punk and Irish folk that speaks volumes of Robb Flynn's musical courage and ability to craft a catchy song. It just doesn't make sense within the framework of MACHINE HEAD. "California Bleeding", too, is hook-laden nu metal that sinks its teeth in quickly in spite of its corny lyrics. "Triple Beam", however, is an example of where the band should have drawn some clear boundaries. It's a cringe-worthy rap metal song that's difficult to get through even once.There is a lot to take in with an album that's an hour and fifteen minutes long. It's a collection of disparate songs that celebrate MACHINE HEAD's talent and penchant for diversity. It's unfortunate that "Catharsis" lacks direction and is a creative letdown. It's a marathon that offers only a few sips of drinkable water. The Bay Area bruisers are able to shake the world of metal to its very core with awe-inspiring aggressive metal; they just haven't done so with "Catharsis".

Line-Up:

Robb Flynn – lead vocals, guitar (1991–present)
Phil Demmel – guitar, backing vocals (2002–present)
Jared MacEachern – bass, backing vocals (2013–present)
Dave McClain – drums (1995–present)

Tracklist:

01. Volatile
02. Catharsis
03. Beyond The Pale
04. California Bleeding
05. Triple Beam
06. Kaleidoscope
07. Bastards
08. Hope Begets Hope
09. Screaming At The Sun
10. Behind A Mask
11. Heavy Lies The Crown
12. Psychotic
13. Grind You Down
14. Razorblade Smile
15. Eulogy

+ Video "Catharsis" (Official Video)


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 14 Jún 2020, 13:12

Machine Head - Catharsis (2CD) (Japan Limited Edition) (2018)

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Year : 2018 (Japan Limited Edition)
Style : Groove Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + front
Size : 170 mb


Bio:

Machine Head is an American metal band from Oakland, California.Formed on October 12, 1991,the group was founded by vocalist and guitarist Robb Flynn and bassist Adam Duce. The current lineup of the band comprises Flynn, drummer Dave McClain, guitarist Phil Demmel, and bassist Jared MacEachern. Machine Head is one of the pioneering bands in the New Wave of American Heavy Metal.Machine Head was formed by member Robb Flynn, previously part of the bands Forbidden and Vio-lence. Flynn felt musically unfulfilled with Vio-lence and requested to start a side project. When his request was denied, he left the band and formed Machine Head in 1991 with Adam Duce, Logan Mader and Tony Constanza. The band's first album Burn My Eyes, was a big success in Europe where it garnered attention on MTV's Headbangers Ball. In America (with HBB taken off the air during the grunge movement) Machine Head would not have success until later albums.The band nearly disbanded in 2002 after negotiating off its label Roadrunner Records, when controversy surrounding Machine Head's fourth album Supercharger (released 3 weeks after September 11, 2001) resulted in their songs and music video for the song "Crashing Around You" (which featured burning buildings) being pulled from all media outlets. The band re-signed with Roadrunner soon after and has released three albums since, 2003's Through the Ashes of Empires, 2007's The Blackening (which earned Machine Head its first Grammy Award nomination) and 2011's Unto the Locust. Machine Head have sold over 3 million records worldwide.

Album:

Catharsis is the upcoming ninth album by American heavy metal band Machine Head, scheduled to be released on January 26, 2018.Ahead of the release of the Bay Area band's ninth full-length, MACHINE HEAD's central figure, Robb Flynn, stated that the album isn't one of the unit's heaviest. The notorious frontman doesn't listen to a lot of metal these days, in fact. His hardcore, punk rock and hip hop listening habits surface on the quartet's latest effort. It goes without saying that Flynn has taken bold moves in his career. Whatever his motivations might have been for the more accessible sounds and stylistic shift on "Catharsis", the results aren't pretty.Flynn has also recently made it clear that he doesn't plan on writing an album like MACHINE HEAD's blistering debut "Burn My Eyes" again. And with respect to his perspective, would metal really benefit from such self-plagiarism? Taking into account the extent to which Flynn has grown as a musician in the last 20 years, a carbon copy of the group's phenomenal debut would be falling short of what MACHINE HEAD is capable of producing in terms of a vitriolic, updated take on its initial cut-throat approach to aggressive metal.What's more, rather than ripping itself off completely, an updated retake on any period of MACHINE HEAD's history would benefit so much more with the clear reflection of the improved dynamic arsenal of the unit's other members: guitarist Phil Demmel, drummer Dave McClain and bassist Jared MacEachern, who replaced longtime, original member Adam Duce in 2013, prior to 2014's "Bloodstone & Diamonds". Or for that matter, any kind of step forward could benefit from the unit's impressive pedigree. "Catharsis" is a bold move. It's just the wrong move. That's what's most disappointing and frustrating here: The wasted potential of what could have been.Flynn himself has mentioned that "Catharsis" reminds him of "The Burning Red". One can't help but wonder why he would want to take his band down that road since he has openly stated that MACHINE HEAD took the more commercial direction of said release partly due to label pressure. It seems like he's spent the last 15 years, since the release of 2003's "Through the Ashes of Empires", moving further away from the group's nu metal period. If he ever cared about "validating" himself in the eyes of the metal fans let down by "The Burning Red", and it seems like he was forgiven by most of them, those brownie points are likely to have been squandered.Regardless, while "Catharsis" does harken back to "The Burning Red", it's actually much more than that. It's a retrospective glance at his musical journey as well as a brave step towards incorporating many of his musical influences outside of the boundaries of heavy metal. The high quality of performance and impressive musical prowess are simply undeniable. The problem is that the creative selection and output is lame.Keeping in mind the earlier point about Flynn never doing another "Burn My Eyes" since he won't be who the person he was at 24 again, one can't help but wonder why he wants to be Devin Townsend circa STRAPPING YOUNG LAD. Looking beyond the hyperbole, the key riff at the onset of "Beyond the Pale" is nearly identical to the opening riff of STRAPPING YOUNG LAD's "Love?", a similarity Robb has dismissed as nothing more than "just a happy accident." And Flynn sounds like Max Cavalera, even down to the accent, on the charging opening track "Volatile". Throughout the album he seems to take vocal cues from Corey Taylor, as he does on "Behind a Mask". This track's soothing acoustics drift absurdly close to OPETH territory. And on "Heavy Lies the Crown", a track that shifts from an old-school metal riff to a thrash attack reminiscent of "Burn My Eyes", he sounds like Cronos from VENOM. Flynn is a great vocalist with a truly distinct voice. He would do better if he just played the part of himself.Elsewhere, "Bastards" is a completely unexpected fusion between punk and Irish folk that speaks volumes of Robb Flynn's musical courage and ability to craft a catchy song. It just doesn't make sense within the framework of MACHINE HEAD. "California Bleeding", too, is hook-laden nu metal that sinks its teeth in quickly in spite of its corny lyrics. "Triple Beam", however, is an example of where the band should have drawn some clear boundaries. It's a cringe-worthy rap metal song that's difficult to get through even once.There is a lot to take in with an album that's an hour and fifteen minutes long. It's a collection of disparate songs that celebrate MACHINE HEAD's talent and penchant for diversity. It's unfortunate that "Catharsis" lacks direction and is a creative letdown. It's a marathon that offers only a few sips of drinkable water. The Bay Area bruisers are able to shake the world of metal to its very core with awe-inspiring aggressive metal; they just haven't done so with "Catharsis".

Line-Up:

Robb Flynn – lead vocals, guitar (1991–present)
Phil Demmel – guitar, backing vocals (2002–present)
Jared MacEachern – bass, backing vocals (2013–present)
Dave McClain – drums (1995–present)

Tracklist:

CD1: Catharsis

01. Volatile
02. Catharsis
03. Beyond The Pale
04. California Bleeding
05. Triple Beam
06. Kaleidoscope
07. Bastards
08. Hope Begets Hope
09. Screaming At The Sun
10. Behind A Mask
11. Heavy Lies The Crown
12. Psychotic
13. Grind You Down
14. Razorblade Smile
15. Eulogy

CD2: Bloodstone & Diamonds World Tour' 2014-2016

01. Clenching The Fists Of Dissent
02. Take Me Through The Fire
03. Now We Die
04. From This Day
05. Ten Ton Hammer
06. Locust
07. Desire To Fire
08. Killers & Kings
09. The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears
10. Crashing Around You
11. Darkness Within
12. Imperium
13. Block


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 02 Nov 2022, 11:42

Machine Head - Of Kingdom And Crown (Digipak Edition) (2022)

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Year : 2022
Style : Groove Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 169 mb


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Machine Head is an American metal band from Oakland, California.Formed on October 12, 1991,the group was founded by vocalist and guitarist Robb Flynn and bassist Adam Duce. The current lineup of the band comprises Flynn, drummer Dave McClain, guitarist Phil Demmel, and bassist Jared MacEachern. Machine Head is one of the pioneering bands in the New Wave of American Heavy Metal.Machine Head was formed by member Robb Flynn, previously part of the bands Forbidden and Vio-lence. Flynn felt musically unfulfilled with Vio-lence and requested to start a side project. When his request was denied, he left the band and formed Machine Head in 1991 with Adam Duce, Logan Mader and Tony Constanza. The band's first album Burn My Eyes, was a big success in Europe where it garnered attention on MTV's Headbangers Ball. In America (with HBB taken off the air during the grunge movement) Machine Head would not have success until later albums.The band nearly disbanded in 2002 after negotiating off its label Roadrunner Records, when controversy surrounding Machine Head's fourth album Supercharger (released 3 weeks after September 11, 2001) resulted in their songs and music video for the song "Crashing Around You" (which featured burning buildings) being pulled from all media outlets. The band re-signed with Roadrunner soon after and has released three albums since, 2003's Through the Ashes of Empires, 2007's The Blackening (which earned Machine Head its first Grammy Award nomination) and 2011's Unto the Locust. Machine Head have sold over 3 million records worldwide.

Album:

Machine Head have made plenty of enemies over the years, and more than a few fans too, always leaving the various factions of the metal scene with something to talk about. Their tenth album, Of Kingdom and Crown looks set to give both groups something to bicker over once again. To give the briefest possible potted history of the Californian group, frontman Robb Flynn and his various partners have delivered zeitgeist-capturing full-lengths at least twice, been accused of guileless pandering a few times, and slumped into a hopeless mess on a similar number of occasions. Catharsis, the quartet’s last release, has been widely criticized as the most misguided Machine Head opus in their 30 year history, so it comes as somewhat of a mixed blessing that Of Kingdom and Crown reverts strongly to the broadly accepted - even celebrated - style from the period bridging Through the Ashes of Empires and The Blackening. That makes me feel ancient, because those formative albums of my youth are now respectively 19 and 15 years old.In any case, Machine Head take a positive step in returning to a sound recognizably their own - or Flynn’s anyway, since none of the other current members played on those albums - and also slip in a few extra ingredients to differentiate proceedings just enough. Pinning down what these guys do has never been that easy, especially since nu metal and (let’s call them) “experiments” aplenty turned up on Catharsis, but for those of you living under a rock Machine Head play groove thrash similar to what Soulfly has done of late, while metalcore influences work both ways with debut Burn My Eyes having an impact on Lamb Of God and Devildriver but Killswitch Engage and Trivium leaving the imprint of breakdowns and airier singing after their emergence. Those floating melodic vocal parts impress upon me more than before during Of Kingdom and Crown, with development in that area and regression in the guitar hero antics that made The Blackening probably the first legit groove metal album where harmonized solos could be called the main draw. Yes, Wacław “Vogg” Kiełtyka is now Machine Head’s guitarist, though I can hardly spot a change from the old Flynn/Demmel team.Putting my finger on the most prominent feature that reminds me of old Machine Head, the riffs holler out the bandname from the instant they emerge. 'Slaughter the Martyr' not only begins on a very similar riffing pattern to 'Clenching the Fists of Dissent' (the only other 10 and a half minute Machine Head opener, from The Blackening) but even includes the classic pinch harmonic - the band’s trademark - and deploys with a similar rhythmic build, despite the eventual drumming conforming more to metalcore beats than thrash. Elsewhere, quite specific signposting crops up to remind listeners of former songs, such as the main riff of 'Choke on the Ashes of Your Hate' (a messy throwback to 'Old'), the high-pitched tremolo on 'Become the Firestorm' ('This Is the End'), and particularly 'Bloodshot', which calls back to the climactic intro of 'Blood for Blood', nor can you tell me the similarity in titles came from mere coincidence. Notably, these throwbacks all occur in the first strikes of those named songs, so sceptics can feel free to latch onto that if you can’t excuse the fact that the instrumentals are all at least decent.On the other hand, the decisions to deviate from the template of classic Machine Head seem entirely tailored to swerve expectations. Want to titillate your fans for the first 3 minutes of a 60 minute album? Open the epic first track with weightless clean guitar pings and very attractive crooned singing, then drop harmonized vocals before charging into aforementioned pay-off riff. Oh, but autotune the vocals. Indeed, the thorn in the side for the well-conducted cleans on Of Kingdom and Crown must be the heavy effects used on them all. And that leads me on to the album’s singles, of which 'Arrows in Words from the Sky' stands prominent (last summer’s EP bore its name), as this cut opens with the lamest, most effect-ridden vocal of the whole experience. It works best as the album’s closer due to a rising tide of passion, yet insists rather strongly that we all miss that time when “emotive” American metalcore was at the height of its popularity, something that 'My Hands Are Empty' had claimed a little less obviously as early as the end of 2020. Again, the syrupy clean vocals turn me off, this time as a gentle “woah-oh” backing and weak chorus, while I’m more convinced by Flynn’s gritty roars and the choppy riffing. That the track selected for a video ('Choke on the Ashes…') seems the most try-hard brutal number lends alarming credence to the argument that Of Kingdom and Crown was fabricated with PR specifically in mind.To culminate my detailing of Machine Head’s sins, I should reveal that I’ve actually been lying about the title of this album. To my knowledge, this ought to be officially known as Øf Kingdøm and Crøwn, and every song herein titled with the ridiculous ‘ø’ character wherever possible. As an American outfit, this seems significantly less forgiveable than the North European bands replacing ‘of’ with ‘ov’ in all their song names. (If it’s just Nuclear Blast trolling us, then it would actually be kind of funny…but I fear not.) I also haven’t found space to mention that this release - whatever it should be called - purports to be a concept album, which is admittedly nothing criminal, although I would feel happier if the 3 brief spoken interludes hadn’t been included to interfere with the album flow. Besides, if they were removed, I would never have known that these songs weren’t just more Robb Flynn lyrics from the same source. From my ability to ignore the story, however, you can understand that investing time in the concept remains strictly optional.Finally, that paragraph where those of you following my critique begin to question my sanity, or at least my conscience. Of Kingdom and Crown, contrary to all argument, works very nicely as Machine Head’s new album. The bulk of these songs satisfy in solid, primal ways, the riffing focus ensuring that any fan’s head will practically hit the desk in front of them during 'Kill Thy Enemies' and 'Rotten' (besides those already mentioned), then the above average lead playing and moments of variation make the hour pass quickly enough. Needless to say, all the former pristine yet vanilla production jobs in the band’s history set the standard here. The latest chapter in Machine Head’s endless soap opera does not manage to elevate me to the levels of Burn My Eyes or The Blackening, nor does it break the mould with anything approaching the success of Unto the Locust, yet it delivers more than the expected quantity and quality, and for fans of Machine Fucking Head that in itself may be a kind of deliverance.

Line-Up:

Robb Flynn - Vocals, Guitars (1991-present) - See also: ex-Vio-lence, ex-Exodus (live), ex-Sexoturica, ex-Forbidden Evil, ex-Quarteto de Pinga, ex-Roadrunner United
Jared MacEachern - Bass, Vocals (backing) (2013-present) - See also: ex-Serenity Dies, ex-Sanctity
Vogg - Guitars (lead) (2019-present) - See also: Decapitated, Lux Occulta, ex-Sceptic, ex-Vader (live)
Matt Alston - Drums, Percussion (2019-present) - See also: Sanctorum, Eastern Front, Guardians of Andromeda, ex-Devilment

Tracklist:

01. Slaughter the Martyr 10:25
02. Choke on the Ashes of Your Hate 04:06
03. Become the Firestorm 05:00
04. Overdose 00:58
05. My Hands Are Empty 05:32
06. Unhallowed 06:29
07. Assimilate 00:59
08. Kill Thy Enemies 05:40
09. No Gods, No Masters 04:18
10. Bloodshot 04:20
11. Rotten 04:47
12. Terminus 01:12
13. Arrows in Words from the Sky 05:55
14. Exteroception 04:45 (instrumental) (Bonus Track)
15. Arrows in Words from the Sky (Acoustic) 05:54 (Bonus Track)


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