Labyrinth - Loudblast - Fragments (CD, Album)

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  1. Worthy Of Angels Lyrics: Your gazes down upon me / Opened my heart, I felt exulted / Dreaming of our ways / Drawing closer and closer / And never, never touching itselves / Just containing myself.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Loudblast - Fragments at Discogs. Complete your Loudblast collection/5(35).
  3. Et bien m'en a pris. Je retrouve le Loudblast que j'ai aimé, celui de la période Sublime Dementia et Fragments. Pourtant, cet album n'est pas une simple resucée de vieilles recettes. Non, Loudblast se renouvelle vraiment, n'hésitant pas la prise de risque avec 4/5(7).
  4. Loudblast Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Sortit en "fragments" est l'album à part des lillois,et pourtant il est peut étre le meilleur!Un véritable hommage au thrash des années 80,qui berça stephane et son gang,et sans qui /5(2).
  5. Dec 18,  · "Fragments" est le quatrième album studio de Loudblast, sorti en "Fragments" est le quatrième album studio de Loudblast, sorti en 06 Labyrinth
  6. Loudblast is a thrash/death metal band that pioneered the genres in France, and one of the most important French metal bands of the s, beside contemporaries siaticomroundterdabicijarchosilkau.xyzinfo band began in in the northern city of Lille, France. Its first recording was a split CD with the Nice based band Agressor. Their eight albums, on the record labels Semetary/FNAC and Metal13 were influenced by American.
  7. Album: Fragments / Original Release Date: Genre: Rock. LOUDBLAST Labyrinth Lyrics. Digging deep inside my own labyrinth, seeking for my phantasm There is no way to find a compromise Good or evil, it means nothing anymore I’m frightened, my will’s nothing more but dreams.
  8. On that mini CD, in addition to two rerecorded songs and a Slayer cover, the band had two new tracks that were incredibly heavy and groovy as described in my review of that album, whereas on Fragments they returned to a more in your face kind of death metal, from which I .

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