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Clone Your Lover – Zeromancer

Clone Your Lover This Is Neo Goth Zeromancer Genre: Goth Rock Price: $0.99 Release Date: December 31, 2002 © ℗ 2003 Cleopatra Records Related Videos Mix - MetalEpic Rock, Metal, and Metalcore Mix🔴 Alternative Rock/Metal Songs | Metal RadioFemale Metal Vocals | Epic Compilation 143SHARES Twitter Facebook Google+

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Metallica by Metallica

iTunes Review “Enter Sandman’s” head-on, no-nonsense approach and fail-safe chorus (“Exit light, enter night”) guaranteed Metallica the radio and MTV play that often eluded them in the past. Yet, it’s the slower moments—the haunting ballad “Nothing Else Matters,” the contemplative “The Unforgiven”—that really showcase Metallica’s power to win over a massive mainstream audience. Customer Reviews Great, but its not thrash ...

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Wasteland (Live) – The Mission

Wasteland (Live) A Very Gothic Hallowe’en The Mission Genre: Goth Rock Price: $0.99 Release Date: October 7, 2013 © ℗ 2001 Anagram Records Related Videos Mix - MetalEpic Rock, Metal, and Metalcore Mix🔴 Alternative Rock/Metal Songs | Metal RadioFemale Metal Vocals | Epic Compilation 102SHARES Twitter Facebook Google+

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Seasons In the Abyss by Slayer

Album Review After staking out new territory with the underrated South of Heaven, Slayer brought back some of the pounding speed of Reign in Blood for their third major-label album, Seasons in the Abyss. Essentially, Seasons fuses its two predecessors, periodically kicking up the mid-tempo grooves of South of Heaven with manic bursts of aggression. “War Ensemble” and the title ...

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Midnight Land – Danse Society

Midnight Land Hallowe’en Goth Disco 2: Things That Go Bump in the Nightclub Danse Society Genre: Goth Rock Price: $0.99 Release Date: December 31, 1968 © ℗ 1969 Ork Records … Related Videos Mix - MetalEpic Rock, Metal, and Metalcore Mix🔴 Alternative Rock/Metal Songs | Metal RadioFemale Metal Vocals | Epic Compilation 62SHARES Twitter Facebook Google+

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No Grave but the Sea (Deluxe Edition) by Alestorm

Originally known as Battleheart, Alestorm, the purveyors of the relatively unexplored musical territory known as “pirate metal,” formed in their original (pre-nautical) phase in 2004. As Battleheart, the group was initially a duo formed by Gavin Harper (guitar) and Christopher Bowes (vocals and keyboards), and recorded its first EP (a self-titled affair) in 2006. Over the course of the next ...

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Imagica by The Birthday Massacre

New wave revival outfit the Birthday Massacre formed in London, Ontario, in 2000 — originally dubbed Imagica, the founding lineup was comprised of frontwoman Chibi, guitarists Rainbow and M. Falcore, bassist Aslan, keyboardist Dank, and percussionist O.E. After recording a seven-song demo session, Dank left Imagica and the remaining members relocated to Toronto, where a second demo release followed in ...

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Disarm the Descent (Special Edition) by Killswitch Engage

Jesse is Back by Fixxxerizer For all of you praising Howard. Listen to Alive or Just Breathing… and actually read the lyrics and feel the lyrics and you will see what kind of band Killswitch Engage truly was. Howard stepped in and took the band in a completely different direction, a mainstream direction, which ruined the quality of the music. ...

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20 Jahre L’Âme Immortelle by L’Âme Immortelle

Austrian electro-goth outfit L’Âme Immortelle formed in 1996. Vocalist Thomas Rainer met keyboardist Hannes Medwenitsch at a party, and after completing a handful of songs they added singer Sonja Kraushofer to the lineup. A 1997 demo recording titled attracted the attention of Liechtenstein-based indie label MOS Records, and after re-recording the original demo material, L’Âme Immortelle issued its debut LP, ...

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Aggressive (Deluxe Edition) by Beartooth

Metalcore band Beartooth were originally started by frontman Caleb Shomo as an alternative creative outlet during his time as lead vocalist for Attack Attack! However, Beartooth eventually became the singer’s main gig after leaving that band in 2012. With the new project, Shomo created a raw and driving hardcore sound that felt like a true departure from Attack Attack!’s heavily ...

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