HARMONY DIES - Indecent Paths Of A Ramifying Darkness DigCD | Old Sch, 9,99 €
HARMONY DIES - Indecent Paths Of A Ramifying Darkness DigCD

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Old School Death Metal

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HARMONY DIES, the underground cult death metal band from Berlin, celebrate their Death Metal sickness since 1992. The last sign of life there was in 2003 with the 3rd Album ''Impact'', which was still published on the legendary german label Morbid Records. Their line-up changed several times & after a long break, they joined together in 2012 to spark some more brutal Death Metal stuff. Now, after almost never-ending 13 long years, we are proudly present here the new album ''Indecent Paths Of A Ramifying Darkness'' included 6 brandnew tracks! We shout it loud-the time of waiting it´s finally over & album No. 4 is ready to win the next Death Metal Battle. For this amazing new recordings, the 5 Berlin Death Metal Maniacs have decided to respond for a close collaboration with the eastern-germany domiciled Label-Defying Danger Records.Watch out for the brandnew masterpiece in Death Metal! ''Indecent Paths Of A Ramifying Darkness'' CD out now as D.D.R.#015 in a handnumbered 666 copies Ecodigipack-Version & exclusive sticker from the album cover.

Tracklist:
1.     Threshold to Enrage     03:18     
2.     Tank H.D. #06     04:43     
3.     Armored     04:31     
4.     Massive Depravity     02:45     
5.     I'll Be Your Master     05:02     
6.     Indecent Paths of a Ramifying Darkness     06:25      
                                                                         26:44

format: DigiPack
genre: Death Metal
limitied: 666 Copies
Shipping weight: 0,10 Kg
release date: 3 March 2016
EAN/barcode: 4020796462062

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