An Epilogue - Various - Extremity Rising Vol. 3 (CD)

Download An Epilogue - Various - Extremity Rising Vol. 3 (CD)
Label: Serious Entertainment - SE010CD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Denmark • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Doom Metal, Black Metal, Hardcore, Heavy Metal


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  7. The third and longest of the three is also the masterpiece, a multi-part epic, and epic is the right word, "A Sinner's Confession" which begins with the piece de resistance, "Dawn" and blasts its way through nine-plus minutes varied speedy metal, ending with "Dusk.".
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