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King - Sufferance Obsolescent download album

  • Performer: King
  • Title: Sufferance Obsolescent
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: ADX WAV MP3 DMF FLAC AAC MP4
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Black Metal
  • MP3 album: 1146 mb
  • FLAC album: 1582 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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King  - Sufferance Obsolescent download album

King - Sufferance Obsolescent. Lowemotor Corporation - Saturnalia. Liv Kristine - Vervain. Laceration - Severing the Divine Iniquity. Gutted - Mankind Carries The Seeds Of Hell. Decomposed - Torn from the Womb. Dead - In The Bondage Of Vice. 1. Intro 2. Shattering Metaphysical Revelations 3. Weary Funeral Eyes 4. Lobotomy Cult 5. Sufferance Obsolescent 6. Halls of the Blind 7. Pillars of Grey and Being 8. Anvil of the Obscurant 9. Eden Ablaze. Postado por Taciturno às 2:52 PM. Marcadores: Black Metal, King. Nenhum comentário: Postar um comentário.

Band Name King (CAN). Album Name Sufferance Obsolescent. Released date 02 August 2008. Music StyleBlack Metal. Members owning this album0. 2. Shattering Metaphysical Revelations. 3. Weary Funeral Eyes. 5. Sufferance Obsolescent. 6. Halls of the Blind. 7. Pillars of Grey and Being.

Sufferance Obsolescent by King, released 06 June 2008 1. King - Intro 2. King - Shattering Metaphysical Revelations 3. King - Weary Funeral Eyes 4. King - Lobotomy Cult 5. King - Sufferance Obsolescent 6. King - Halls Of The Blind 7. King - Pillars Of Gray and Being 8. King - Anvil Of The Obscurant 9. King - Eden Ablaze NHR RECORDS is proud to announce the release of King's debut full length release Sufferance Obsolescent

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Sufferance Obsolescent. King - Eden Ablaze 03:13. King - Shattering Metaphysical Revelations 03:19. King - Sufferance Obsolescent 03:46. King - Anvil of the Obscurant 03:42.

NHR is proud to announce the release of King's debut CD "Sufferance Obsolescent", filled with some of the most atmospheric, miserable and bitter Dark Black Metal to be heard from Canada in some time. Armed with a solidly grim production and an impressive array of material, the quality of this release will stand as one of the best debut CDs of the Northern Black Metal scene. King is actually a fairly daring band despite the simplicity of their ideas, and this album seems to be a real all-or-nothing bid with them: either the vision was going to come together or it wasn't, with no grey area in between. Fortunately for us, it was the former.

Tracklist

1 Intro 2:11
2 Shattering Metaphysical Revelations 3:19
3 Weary Funeral Eyes 4:00
4 Lobotomy Cult 4:11
5 Sufferance Obsolescent 3:46
6 Halls Of The Blind 3:48
7 Pillars Of Grey And Being 2:57
8 Anvil Of The Obscurant 3:43
9 Eden Ablaze 3:13

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  • Barcode: 6 2095333862 5

Reviews about King - Sufferance Obsolescent (1):
Kigul
NHR is proud to announce the release of King's debut CD "Sufferance Obsolescent", filled with some of the most atmospheric, miserable and bitter Dark Black Metal to be heard from Canada in some time. Armed with a solidly grim production and an impressive array of material, the quality of this release will stand as one of the best debut CDs of the Northern Black Metal scene. For fans of Lifelover, Burzum, and the depressive side of the Black Metal realm.King's music is a simple and pretty brilliant setup: combine suicidal black metal with a bit of rock and roll and primitive second wave Norwegian BM to create something that's melodic, atmospheric, and depressive, but with enough motion to keep those who aren't dedicated Beatrik fans interested. The primary influences of this music seem to be Darkthrone, Gallhammer, and a whole host of pseudo-depressive black metal bands, and as patently offensive as the idea of such a mixturesounds, I have to say it works out well. So well, actually, that I'd prefer to listen to this than about 95% of the other stuff in my musical collection. King is actually a fairly daring band despite the simplicity of their ideas, and this album seems to be a real all-or-nothing bid with them: either the vision was going to come together or it wasn't, with no grey area in between. Fortunately for us, it was the former.

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