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The Land Of The Snow
Blizzards From The Edge Of A Stage
Avantgarde, Doom Metal, Post Rock
30 Dec 2013
Not On Label
Dimensione FLAC:
2546 mb
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1119 mb
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1889 mb


1Patterns Of The Self4:17
2A Compassionate Awareness4:46
3A Lone Wolfe Mantra4:41
4Prayers To A Goddess2:57
5Haunting Ghosts6:05
6Forsaking The Nerves6:00


  • Electric Guitar, Drum ProgrammingJoel Gilardini


A collection of live recordings from The Land Of The Snow's past gigs.


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