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Seven Gates - Grotesque - In The Embrace Of Evil (CD)


  1. Mar 26,  · Band: Grotesque Album: In The Embrace Of Evil Year: Genre: Death/Black metal An early Swedish death metal band with the lead singer Tomas Lindberg, known from his later projects At The.
  2. Re-release of both At the Gates' "Gardens of Grief" EP and the pre-At the Gates band Grotesque's "In the Embrace of Evil" on a single disc. Under exclusive license from Black Sun Records. Grotesque: Tracks 2, 3, 7, 8 and 9 are remixed songs taken from the "Incantation" EP.
  3. In the Embrace of Evil is a compilation album by Swedish death metal band Grotesque. The album was re-released as a split CD with At the Gates ' Gardens of Grief EP by Century Media in Tracks 2, 3, 7, 8, and 9 are remixed songs taken from the Incantation fricaritturehinbestpufeedromara.coinfo: Death metal, black metal.
  4. GROTESQUE - IN THE EMBRACE OF EVIL (DIGIPAK) CD. Item Number: Tomas Lindberg establishes himself as one of the great metal vocalists, using a deeper, throatier style than for At the Gates. The band compose layered, complex, slightly disjointed songs that generate power through raw, under-produced intensity. 5 Seven Gates 6.
  5. - Tracks 1 & are remastered songs from the unreleased In the Embrace of Evil demo. - Tracks were recorded by vocalist Tomas Lindberg, guitarist Necrolord, and drummer Tomas Eriksson in specially for this release (the band split-up five years earlier). Comes in an 8-panel digipak with a page booklet. Recording information.
  6. 15 rows · May 29,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Grotesque - In /5().
  7. In the Embrace of Evil () Añadir a mis álbumes Artista: Grotesque. Año: Género: Metal. Valore el álbum Canciones. Grotesque - Ripped from the Cross (, Kb/s) Grotesque - Church of the Pentagram Grotesque - Seven Gates (, Kb/s) Grotesque - Fall into Decay.
  8. Grotesque In the Embrace of Evil. superb. Review by BillEco USER It is a good description of what the album sounds like. There are also two instrumental tracks (the opener and “Seven Gates”) that have a haunting atmosphere with the second featuring some acoustic work too rather than just the synth effects the opener has.

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