Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|In the Woods...|
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock, Metal
Melancholic gothic metal from this Norwegian act. Seven tracks on a full color picture disc, '299 796 km/s', 'I Am Your Flesh', 'Kairos!', 'Weeping Willow', 'Omnio?', '-Pre' & '-Bardo'. 1997. Please note artwork incorrec... more »
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Melancholic gothic metal from this Norwegian act. Seven tracks on a full color picture disc, '299 796 km/s', 'I Am Your Flesh', 'Kairos!', 'Weeping Willow', 'Omnio?', '-Pre' & '-Bardo'. 1997. Please note artwork incorrectly lists '-post' as final track.
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