We Play To Kill - Sad Iron - The Antichrist (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Kajizuru
    Play That Rock N' Roll will be released in Europe through SPV/Steamhammer on February 07th, as CD DigiPak, LP version (in red vinyl), download and stream. General pre-sale starts on December 13th together with the release of the first digital single "Ain’t Gonna Stop (Until I Stop it)".
  2. Gardakinos
    Check how we play to kill at our upcomming shows! – The Vinyl version of our new album Chapter II: The Deal is avalable. Click here for more information. – Our show in Wognum at is rescheduled. The new date is and we will hit the stage together with Ear Danger and Burning. Be there!
  3. Shalkis
    The so-called “White Album” was innovative; the first LP cover to come out with no picture! It was creativity to the nth degree, man! Without it, AC/DC’s “Back In Black”, for example.
  4. Mautaxe
    Features Best Concept Albums: 25 Classics That Will Blow Your Mind. Funkateers, country stars and punks contributed to the best concept albums in music, proving that prog rockers didn’t entirely.
  5. Mautaur
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  6. Zulkile
    The Antichrist Sad Iron. Type: Full-length Release date: January 29th, Catalog ID: DSLP Version desc.: Limited edition Label: Dutch Steel Format: 12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM) Limitation: copies Reviews: None yet Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; We Play to Kill Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 6. You Are Obsessed
  7. Nisar
    Artist/Band: Title: Label: Format: Genre: Item # Qty: Price: Amon Amarth: Jomsviking: 12" LP, Double, GTFLD: Metal: VRAMONAM 1: Amorphis: Eclipse: 12" LP.
  8. Volrajas
    May 13,  · The title of the album serves as a seat to the band-name and the reader feels relaxed, as though peering over the railing and looking down the stairwell like a child might. Norma Jean - O God the Aftermath () Like viral marketing, Norma Jean’s album is made to stop a browser in their tracks and force them to wonder what happened on the cover.