for mad thought? consider, that you..


A Call To Sacrilege - Doomstone (2) - Satanavoid (CD, Album)

Posted by 24.11.2019 in DEFAULT

About the Author: Daikazahn


  1. Label: RCA - 2,BMG - 2 • Format: CD Album, Copy Protected • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock.
  2. Audio CD, Import, April 7, "Please retry" $ $ $ Streaming Unlimited MP3 $ Listen with our Free App. Audio CD $ 3 Used from $ 10 New from $ Listen Now Buy MP3 Album $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Calling on Discogs. Label: Mystic Empire - MYST CD ,Mazzar Records - MYST CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Power Metal, Symphonic Rock.
  4. The title track opens the album with haunting vocals and eerie guitar, soon erupting into one of the group's most intense anthems. "By the Grace of the Witch," the following song, is another fist-pumping number with an unshakable rhythm. It was on this album that the group first really started using synthesizers, and while none of the songs are.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Satanavoid on Discogs/5(2).
  6. 2: Die Tonight Written-By – Cutty Sark (2) 3: A Call To Sacrilege: 4: Welcome To The Ceremony: 5: Ultimate Lust: 6: Satanavoid: 7: The Bottomless Pit: 8: Demonia: 9: Fools Of The Church: Hail Satan! The Fall Of Jerusalem/5(6).
  7. The debut Doomstone full-length album titled THOSE WHOM SATAN HATH JOINED was released on Italian Nosferatu Records in and the 2nd Doomstone album, SATANAVOID, was released on entire different label called Tirade Records four years later, in
  8. DOOMSTONE - Satanavoid, Black, Death, Thrash, Doom, Heavy Metal, grind, crust, CDs, Vinyl, Shirts, Patches, DVDs, Tapes, Cassettes, MP3, great prices, fast shipping.
  9. With its nods to the Beatles and its ambitious 3-D cover, Their Satanic Majesties Request was a decadent peek into the brains of the Rolling Stones.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *