Submission Of The Best - Profanal - Black Chaos (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  • Supreme Fire by Profanal, released 31 October 1. Eternal Curse of Blood 2. Despise Mankind 3. A Call for Revenge 4. Close the Coffin 5. Across Death's Path 6. Thanatophobia 7. Oracle of the Supreme Fire 8. Burn the Altar 9. Considered as Gods All songs by Kristian Cucchiara and arranged by Profanal All Lyrics by Rosalba Ninivaggi (except Thanatophobia by Kristian Cucchiara) Produced by.
  • Well, this album is quite the rollercoaster, especially since this is one of the few Avant-Prog (and just plain Progressive Rock) albums I've listened to. Hailing from Japan, Koenji Hyakkei creates some fun, electrifying pieces of what I believe to be fusions of jazz, rock, and probably some other subgenres that I can't think of at the moment.
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  • referencing Northern Chaos Gods, LP, Album, Ltd, Whi, NB , Absolutely gorgeous white & black splatter on the vinyl. Decent center labels. kind of primitive in the artwork in this gatefold presentation but I get it they wanted a simple to the point oldschool vibe for this album.
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