Rabid Death's Curse - Watain Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Watain / Extra tracks / Audio CD released 2008-10-27 at Soundworks / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Limb Crucifix 2 Rabid Death's Curse 3 On Horns Impaled 4 Life Dethroned 5 Walls of Life Ruptured 6 Agony Fires 7 Ang ... more
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Lawless Darkness - WatainAwesome black metal album definetly in my top list for 2010! (1513 words)
by likethunder - written on 01/07/10 (Very useful, 337 readings)
BAND: W Watain ALBUM: Lawless Darkness Genre: Black Metal A Few Words: Watain is a black metal band from Sweden. "Lawless Darkness" it is their fourth foul length album and continuous to the high standards that the band has set. This album is the most melodic of the four, without losing the pure black metal feeling at all. It is a combination that works great for the listener. Pure black metal, great riffs, melodic lead passes, nice bass, great drumming and a very good voice! There are also some guest vocals from Carl McCoy of the Fields of the Nephilim too. Lineup:
-2010: E. (Erik Danielsson) - Vocals, Bass
P. (Pelle Forsberg) - ...
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