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  • 01. Muna
    02. Iam
    03. Black Silt
    04. Rivers Under
    05. Captains of North
    06. The Quiet Roads
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    EMPHASIS

    Black.Mother.Earth

    [engl] Black.Mother.Earth is a grim, yet beautiful post-metal ode to a region of Croatia and a novel of the same title by local author Kristian Novak. It’s an album that appeals to any Isis, Russian Circles or This Will Destroy You lover.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    05.05.2017
    EAN
    EAN 8606102083891
     

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