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Torture Time - Nucleator - Home Is Where War Is (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Torture Time - Nucleator - Home Is Where War Is (CD, Album)

  1. Dojar says:
    Enough! I want you to put an end to the torture of my people! The Onslaught's torturer, LeCraft, has been bleeding information out of everyone that gets caught by those fiends! I need to know what they know. My sources tell me that he has set up shop in the basement of .
  2. Vodal says:
    If you're a real metal-head, War and Pain belongs in your collection. If you aren't (yet), this is one of the few albums that will initiate you with the closest thing to a flaying you are likely to receive from a recording. Don't take my word for it, buy this album and don't look back.
  3. Kagazuru says:
    Warning - thread Very brutal torture (Warning graphic) might contain content that is not suitable for all ages. By clicking on CONTINUE you confirm that you are 18 years and over. Note: to turn off these warnings you need to set the 'safe mode' to OFF (on the top right).
  4. Kenris says:
    The Knight of Rebellion by Dream Tröll, released 1. Time for Vengeance 2. Velvet Drawbridge 3. Mons Ominosus 4. Lost in the Pages 5. A Fairy's Tale 6. Unwanted by the Gods 7. (The) Earthbound Betrayal.
  5. Gojora says:
    Mar 11,  · 2) Tomb Of The Mutilated () The macabre album cover, despicable song titles and out-of-leftfield cameo in a Jim Carrey film all added to Cannibal Corpse’s notoriety, but it’s the sheer quality of Tomb Of The Mutilated that cement its status. Backed by the monumental weight of Hammer Smashed Face’s riffs, Post Mortal Ejaculation’s sickening undercurrent and I Cum Blood’s grinding.
  6. Juktilar says:
    This ultimate edition is presented as a 2-CD set (for the price of one). Disc one contains, for the first time, the complete score as written by Morricone for the film. Since there were many cuts and changes in the picture, a lot of music was left out of the final print; many cues were moved around or repurposed, so some of this music will be a.
  7. Mazuhn says:
    Feb 01,  · Nucleator's "Home Is Where War Is" is easily one of the most intense albums from the newer wave of thrash bands. They hold a consistent throwback with lyrics that would greatly appease any fan of Sodom (Persecution Mania, Agent Orange era) The production is reminiscent of Sepultura's release "Arise."4/5(3).
  8. Taumi says:
    Nucleator - Home Is Where War Is (CD, Human To Dust, ) Everybody knows that there is a general tendency for genre revivals during the last five years in the Metal scene. The term ‘old-school’ has been appearing in album’s presentations like mushrooms in a rain forest, following the number of young band that decide to revisit.

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