Wednesday, November 23, 2011

An Autumn for Crippled Children - Everything

Forever Never Fails

An Autumn for Crippled Children Everything

Been a while since an update, and between the end of the semester and my vidya obsessions shit is tough to get around to. I am of course participating in Nothing but Black Metal November again this year, as I did last year, and this has been pushing me along nicely for the past few days. This is An Autumn for Crippled Children's second album, Everything, and this is a gorgeous album. Their previous album Lost, is also a fantastic album, but they have really outdone themselves here.

Musically it is of course black metal but there is a lot of beautiful melodies here, reminiscent of something you''d expect from Neige but there is a lot more to this than merely Neigecore. The music is very atmospheric and there is a lot of influences from all over you can hear within the music, including what is either some kind of strings or a synth... I can't quite tell.


Tracklist:
1. Forever Never Fails
2. Formlessness
3. Absence Of Contrast
4. We All Fall
5. Nothing/Everything
6. Her Dress As A Poem, Her Death As The Night
7. I Am The Veil
8. Cold Spring
9. Rain

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Françoise Hardy - Tous les garçons et les filles

Yé-yé!


Françoise Hardy - Tous les garçons et les filles

This is Tous les garçons et les filles, Françoise Hardy's debut album from 1962.

This is pretty much a must-listen album, if not for being one of the original yé-yé albums, but musically it is an excellent piece of 60s pop music.


Tracklist

A1
Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles

A2
Ça A Raté

A3
La Fille Avec Toi

A4
Oh Oh Chéri

A5
Le Temps De L'amour

A6
Il Est Tout Pour Moi

B1
On Se Plait

B2
Ton Meilleur Ami

B3
J'Ai Jeté Mon Cœur

B4
Il Est Parti Un Jour

B5
J'Suis D'Accord

B6
C'Est A L'Amour Auquel Je Pense

http://www.mediafire.com/?g7ivcn1ttur63lf

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Acme - ...to reduce the choir to one soloist

Metalcore CAN be good, believe it or not.


Acme - ...to reduce the choir to one soloist

I'm gonna keep this short and let the music speak for itself. Excellent old school German metalcore band, pretty underrated compared to the other old metalcore bands out there. This is a compilation of all their songs, thus the multiple copies of some songs.



Tracklist


Blind


Attempt


Injection


Ordinary


Cathode


Basterdiser


Repress


Attempt


Repress

http://www.mediafire.com/?kazmqfiemyzegc7

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Malignus Youth - Missa Brevis

Kyrie eleison


Malignus Youth - Missa Brevis

Lets see if we can get back into the swing of this...

If you dislike hardcore then you may want to give this a listen. It may not change your opinion of it, but you may still very well enjoy it regardless.

This album is often combined with another Malignus Youth album called Ephemeral, this however does not contain Ephemeral. This is the Missa Brevis section of it, which is the band's own take on their own missa brevis, or "brief mass". Essentially we have here a very shortened requiem mass, with hardcore instrumentation.

The end result is some of the most progressive sounding hardcore you will ever hear. To call this post-hardcore however just doesn't feel right, despite it sounding far beyond any conventional concept of what is hardcore.

Enough praise though, you won't regret listening to this missa brevis. It is roughly 10 min long, consisting of 6 tracks.

1
Prelude

2
Kyrie

3
Gloria

4
Credo

5
Sanctus

6
Agnus Dei

http://www.mediafire.com/?c6gnoat9vcd4rdk

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Enslave - Far East Hardcore Punk

So remember when I wasn't dead and posted that Enslave/Realized split?


Enslave - Far East Hardcore Punk

A buddy of mine sent me a little present, and it turned out to be this album. This shit impressed me so god damn much I felt the need to come out of my hibernation.

If you liked that split with Realized, you'll fuckin love this. And if you didn't well give it a try anyway, cause this is that goddamn good. Musically this is pretty all over the place, which for hardcore and crust is a good thing if you ask me. Lots of diversity here and a slew of influences from all over.

Best hardcore release of 2011 so far, right here.

1. Brave Hearts
2. Obliging
3. Under the Isolation
4. My Will
5. La Haine
6. Only I Can Judge Me
7. Libra
8. Solitude of Old Tradition
9. Black Rain
10. Without Whereabouts
11. The Message
12. Innocense
13. Each Ideal

http://www.mediafire.com/?cx44c16ssqdb0ce

Monday, May 2, 2011

GPKISM - Atheos

It's a guy.


GPKISM - Atheos

Much as I often find music to post, I was shuffling through my albums and came across this. I've been a fan of GPKISM's EPs and mini-albums but never did get around to the actual album, which seems more of a combination of all his previous works. But if you aren't familiar with past works, this is as good a spot as any to give a listen.

As said, that is indeed a guy, and this is a visual kei darkwave duo. However the weird thing is... This band isn't Japanese... or well, it is and isn't. The main individual, GPK, is from Australia and the songs are all in English. However he has a strong accent, which sounds Japanese to me. The second person in this duo however is Japanese and is actually the guitarist from the visual kei band Blood, which if you are by chance looking for some decent visual kei bands in the massive sea of shit the genre has become, Blood is pretty decent.

Anyway, whether the band is Japanese or Australian, this is some pretty nice trancy darkwave which fans of Schwarz Stein and Kaya's early works should love.


Tracklist

1
Immaculatus

2
Thanatosis

3
Metempsykhosis

4
Metempsykhosis ~Omega~

5
Ultimatus

6
Illuminatum

7
Infernum

8
Synthesis

9
Abaddon

10
Sublimis ~Alpha~

11
Sublimis

12
Atheos

13
Sanktus

14
Abyssus

http://www.mediafire.com/?1eevt9d2ng1zbzb

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Voidscape - In Extremis

De Profundis Lapsus


Voidscape - In Extremis

This is my newest little sideproject, dubbed Voidscape unless I ever find a better name. A few days ago I was bored and just said to myself "... lets try to make some ambient...". The end result sounding like a cross between Nurse With Wound's Homotopy to Marie and some form of contemporary classical such as Ligeti or Pendrecki. After the first track, I made another, and decided I'd make a total of four for an EP or mini album following a concept I had in my head akin to the idea of the fall of Lucifer, and so we have In Extremis.

I had a lot of fun making these four tracks and hopefully some of you enjoy them but it is by no means easy listening so I won't feel bad if you dislike this.

Tracklisting:

1. Excito
2. Processio
3. Hubris
4. De Profundis Lapsus

http://www.mediafire.com/?2gwopzbhd9150ex

Cranes - Self-Non-Self

Heaven or Bliss


Cranes - Self-Non-Self

Been a while. This is Cranes first album, You guys should remember Cranes from when I posted that super awesome album Loved that you absolutely loved too didn't you? This album isn't quite as ethereal or brilliantly written as Loved is, being their first album, but there are still some great tracks here, and the industrial influence is of course very apparent.

If you liked Loved, which as said of course you did, then give this a go.

Tracklist

1
One From The Slum

2
Joy Lies Within

3
Heaven Or Bliss

4
Beach Mover

5
Focus Breathe

6
Fuse

7
Reach (Live)

8
Nothing In The Middle, Nothing At The End

http://www.mediafire.com/?q9728a3ihsan6df

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

LIL - Lips In Lush

How about some electro?


LIL - Lips In Lush

This is LIL, a Japanese electro duo. Nothing really fancy to say about this, merely that it is catchy and if you like electro, I see no reason you wouldn't like this. Despite being Japanese the album itself is largely in very understandable English and overall just doesn't have a Japanese sound to it.

This also includes their Tower Records live mix they did from their album release which is also arguably the best thing here, so be sure to give it a listen also, it is very nice.



http://www.mediafire.com/?2k1vrm09l3mc0m3

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Juno Reactor - Bible of Dreams

Sorry for the lack of updates, been extremely busy with papers and those come first above all else.


Juno Reactor - Bible of Dreams

This was my first Juno Reactor album and it is absolutely amazing. For those unfamiliar with Juno Reactor, I guarantee you have heard them before. Ever seen the Matrix trilogy? How about the Mortal Kombat movie? You have heard Juno Reactor. Now while this album isn't quite as intense as say Control, Navras or Mona Lisa Overdrive from those films, this is still a great fucking album.

Musically this is more or less goa/psytrance. They are basically the exact same genre. However, unlike the Man With No Name I posted ages ago, this is pretty light in overall sound. There is a lot of world influence here and the songs are very diverse.



Anyway enough praise, if you don't like this album I have nothing to say to you.

Tracklist

1
Jardin De Cecile

2
Conga Fury

3
God Is God

4
Komit

5
Swamp Thing

6
Kaguya Hime

7
Children Of The Night

8
Shark

9
High Energy Protons (Orion Mix)

http://www.mediafire.com/?5xcl1bn5l8jbn2g

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Zouzou - L'intégrale

Yé-yé!


Zouzou - L'intégrale

This whole "wait until an hour before midnight before posting" thing seems to be working...

Anyway, I love yé-yé! What is yé-yé? In simple terms, it is 60s French pop with female vocals. This is Zouzou, originally a French model who also did some singing.

This is a fantastic album and should really appeal to quite a large amount of you all. If you enjoy 60s pop, or even 60s rock, as quite a few tracks have an almost Rolling Stones vibe to them, then you should love this. Hell, I certainly love this. In fact, I'd say this my favorite yé-yé album.



Lots of tracks so no tracklist for you.

http://www.mediafire.com/?t2h99w5r0romt9e

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - From the Stairwell

Late post again.


The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - From the Stairwell

Keep this simple. New release from the The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble. Who are they? Lovely little group that plays some really nice dark style jazz, almost film noir type stuff with some electronic influence. They have a few other albums but the only other one I've given a serious listen to is their self-titled, which I'll probably upload later eventually.

Just give this a listen.

Tracklist

1
All Is One

2
Giallo

3
White Eyes

4
Cocaine

5
Celladoor

6
Cotard Delusion

7
Les Etoiles Mutantes

8
Past Midnight

http://www.mediafire.com/?56y08tz3ci6z6cd

Monday, April 11, 2011

Ultralyd - Inertiadrome

Last for tonight.


Ultralyd - Inertiadrome

Can't remember where I got this but this is a fantastic release. Musically I can't even really begin to describe this but free jazz and experimental are definitely relevant genres and terms.

Give this a listen.



Tracklisting:

1. Lahtuma
2. Street Sex
3. Contaminated Man
4. Geodesic Portico
5. Cessahtlon

http://www.mediafire.com/?3336qa2o1etcu2j

The United States of America - The United States of America

A band named The United States of America from the 1960s started by a registered Communist? You know its gotta be good.


The United States of America - The United States of America

Pretty short post again here, but I'll hit the key points.

Female vocalist, 1968, psychedelic, and fucking awesome. This release is another good example of me really regretting taking so long to look into something. This blew me mind. So fucking underrated.

Too many tracks so no tracklist for you.

http://www.mediafire.com/?lixz050u58by1ot

Skream - Skream!

Told ya I was honest!


Skream - Skream!

Course that doesn't mean I won't half ass these posts, haha!

Anyway, this is Skream's first album I believe, and this is some fantastic, legit dubstep from 2006. I bet most of you didn't even know dubstep existed back then. If I recall correctly Skream kind of got bad after a while, but at least this album is fantastic.


Tracklist

1
Tortured Soul

2
Midnight Request Line

3
Blue Eyez

4
Auto-Dub

5
Check-It

6
Stagger

7
Dutch Flowerz

8
Rutten

9
Tapped

10
Kut-Off

11
Summer Dreams

12
Colourful

13
Emotionally Mute (Outro)

http://www.mediafire.com/?4ox8afc9i4l9w4m

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Shocking News

I'm lazy.


Deal with it.

I'll make not one, not two, but THREE posts tomorrow though. Honest.

Expect some dubstep, 60s psych and... something else.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Scientist - Scientist Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires

I may hate reggae, but it doesn't mean I don't like the dub.


Scientist - Scientist Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires

Really though, for anyone of you that know me, you know I generally hate ska and reggae. Dub is an exception though. So for those that don't know, what exactly "dub" is... Take reggae, then strip out everything, leaving only the beat. That is dub.

Also I'm sure many of you are aware of "dubstep" at the moment. Dub is of course the root word however much like other genres, it was essentially hijacked by that wub wub wobble wobble crap. I may post a legit dubstep album later, still thinking.

Anyway, just take a seat and give this a listen.

Tracklist

1
The Voodoo Curse

2
Dance Of The Vampires

3
Blood On His Lips

4
Cry Of The Warewolf

5
The Mummy's Shroud

6
The Corpse Rises

7
Night Of The Living Dead

8
Your Teeth In My Neck

9
Plague Of Zombies

10
Ghost Of Frankenstein

http://www.mediafire.com/?xcvzinxwdavpexe

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Miranda Sex Garden - Fairytales of Slavery

I thought for sure I had uploaded this before...


Miranda Sex Garden - Fairytales of Slavery

But apparently I didn't... Anyway this is Miranda Sex Garden, an old gothic rock band to put things simply. This is the only album I have by them but it is quite good. Interestingly enough apparently their 1st album was entirely a cappella also. Needles to say, this is a drastic change from a cappella.

So ultimately what we have here is a gothic rock albun, but there is some really interesting parts to this bands sound. First, is the perfect combination of an intense, and aggressive atmosphere, with the tribalesque drum beats, combined with the extremely ethereal feel of the vocals, the almost shoegazy guitar and the accompanying strings. Course at the same time, no song really sounds the same, and indeed one track is in fact a cappella. Nonethless...

If you liked Cranes, and you better have, you should love this.


God I love that song.

Tracklist

1
Cut

2
Fly

3
Peep Show

4
The Wooden Boat

5
Havana Lied

6
Cover My Face

7
Transit

8
Freezing

9
Serial Angels

10
Wheel

11
Intermission

12
The Monk Song

13
A Fairytale About Slavery

http://www.mediafire.com/?xydynzwinwg

Monday, April 4, 2011

Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep

Ahhh! I cry!
As the blood drips inside
Of my eye!


Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep

This is my new little hip-hop obsession at the moment. This was the RZA's sideproject shortly after Enter the 36 Chambers came out back in 94'. Also if you are at all familiar with that album, you will most likely love this one as well. Replace the Wu-Tang kung-fu lyricism with cheesy gore and black humor and you have this album.

I can't really recommend this any higher. It is easily one of the best hip-hop albums ever and I am really disappointed in myself for neglecting it for so long.


Tracklist

1
Just When You Thought It Was Over (Intro)

2
Constant Elevation

3
Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide

4
Defective Trip (Trippin')

5
2 Cups Of Blood

6
Blood Brothers

7
360 Questions

8
1-800 Suicide

9
Diary Of A Madman

10
Mommy, What's A Gravedigga?

11
Bang Your Head

12
Here Comes The Gravediggaz

13
Graveyard Chamber

14
Deathtrap

15
6 Feet Deep

16
Rest In Peace (Outro)

http://www.mediafire.com/?5pyga3eha3kpbbw

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Gridlink - Orphan

Early adopter, evangelist
Did God walk out on you after gifting you cholera?


Gridlink -Orphan

Gridlink's previous album, Amber Gray was a furious 12 minute return to the sound of Discordance Axis. In fact, it is safe to say Gridlink is basically new Discordance Axis. as it is the same vocalist and guitarist.

While Amber Gray had 11 tracks and was 12 minutes long, Orphan has 12 tracks, and is... 12 minutes long. I'm sensing a fantastic pattern here.

Anyway, if you like grind, or if you like Discordance Axis, which there is little reason not to, give this a listen. This is a contender for grind AOTY with the new Wormrot.

Tracklist

1 Dar al-Harb

2 Orphan

3 Deliverables

4 Scopedog

5 Red Eye

6 Cargo 200

7 Thorn Farmer

8 Embers, Blood And Treasure

9 I Accept Your Last Wish

10 Hearts

11 Flatworlder

12 The Last Red Shoulder

http://www.mediafire.com/?o22wou17agbc20u

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Intestine Baalism - Discography

I originally wanted to post this treat yesterday...


An Anatomy of the Beast


Banquet in the Darkness


Ultimate Instinct

I posted Banquet in the Darkness a few years ago I think, but the link is long dead, so I'm including it here again.

Easily my favorite melodic death metal band. Easily. If you don't like melodeath, I don't care. Listen to this. It may not change your mind, but you'll have an exception to your hate at least.

Each album is fantastic and well worth a listen.







An Anatomy of the Beast
http://www.mediafire.com/?8874p57j42s6nhc

Banquet in the Darkness
http://www.mediafire.com/?bb4s8gk33ljw44f

Ultimate Instinct
http://www.mediafire.com/?h9gukwk3g84nit4

All albums are in 320 CBR also.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Warning - Watching From A Distance

I'm feeling pretty depressed at the moment, and I'm leaving in a bit, so this is a placeholder for tonight. I'll probably post something depressing or something else...
_________________________________

Still depressed, so depressing it is...


Warning - Watching From A Distance

If you are ever depressed, and want sufficient music to suit that feeling, it doesn't get much better than this album. This album is just soul crushing on a deeply emotional level. Crushing doom riffs mixed with cleanly sung vocals full of sadness and longing.

Normally I would say "lyrics don't matter" but Warning is one of those few exceptions. The lyrics being cleanly sung just sting... so much. Especially when in such a fragile state as when you are depressed.

"In the darkness I unravel new truths I have suffered for so long to embrace.
They will change me from here on. But I can't share it with anyone.
I wish you were with me tonight.
When I am not alone, I sever silent moments;
building bridges with meaningless words and only feel the distance further.
Remember being happy in our silence; I wish that you were with me tonight.
I don't need a reason, there's nothing to explain. I can't reproach your leaving to justify my pain.
But can I really understand. I wish you were with me tonight.
I read over all you wrote me. The words mean so much more these days. They echo in my soul.
They sting me like a bug. Can someone feel too much?
I wish you were here with me tonight."

Tracklist

1 Watching From A Distance

2 Footprints

3 Bridges

4 Faces

5 Echoes

http://www.mediafire.com/?e2z7uezr4wi7ba7

Forever Alone.

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Wormrot - Dirge

In Grind We Rot


Wormrot - Dirge

New Wormrot. If you haven't noticed, their previous album Abuse kind of took the grindcore world by surprise. Much like Abuse was, Dirge is fuckin fantastic. This is 25 tracks of grind insanity, and it's all over in 18 minutes. That's when you know something is right.

Bit of a different post this time though. Earache recently put up Dirge for free on their website. What does that mean? You should probably go download it from them, not from me.

Grab it.

http://www.earache.com/misc/downloads/wormrot/

S41 - S41

I can't believe I never posted this before...


S41 - S41

Really fucking underrated Japanese powerviolence. I'd put this up there with one of my top powerviolence albums ever. That's right.

Get this shit if you like powerviolence.

Tracklist:
1. Spring of 41
2. グエン
3. 那由陀
4. Unknown
5. Love Song
6. テとメと地獄
7. ザクザク肉
8. 20-30
9. New World
10. It's All

http://www.mediafire.com/?kn4hiq1qjx1

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Yussuf Jerusalem - A Heart Full of Sorrow

My heart is full of sorrow...


Yussuf Jerusalem - A Heart Full of Sorrow

When I first listened to this album I was under the impression it was black metal. Really fucking raw black metal. The first track would play and then I'd switch to some other album since I am rarely in the mood for raw black metal. I was very wrong about this album though. It is so much more than black metal.

In reality, the only black metal track here is the first track. Everything else sounds like 60s psychedelic rock, pop, folk etc. It just sounds 60s to me, and that is a good thing. So while yes, the opening track is blistering raw black metal, once you get by that initial song, this album has so much more to offer.

I was also curious about just what the black metal track was about, and it turns out its named for a knight who served with Joan of Arc and had a small habit of kidnapping and and brutally killing children. Good times.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilles_de_Rais



Tracklist

A1
Gilles De Rais

A2
A Heart Full Of Sorrow

A3
Greetings From Novi Sad

A4
With You In Mind


Written-By - Marianne Faithfull
A5
Jihad

B1
We Ain't Coming Back

B2
Multicolor

B3
The End Of Tomorrow

B4
The One You Really Want

http://www.mediafire.com/?2cgs8lmvp4gsg5h

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Asobi Seksu - Fluorescence

Apparently I'm really late on this... ah well.


Asobi Seksu - Fluorescence

New album from Asobi Seksu. Apparently this came out last month but I just now heard about and gave it a listen. It isn't as good as Citrus, but then again VERY few albums are. What this is however is a great album, and definitely an improvement over their previous album, Hush.

Give it a whirl, you'll enjoy it.

Tracklist:
01. Coming Up
02. Trails
03. My Baby
04. Perfectly Crystal
05. In My Head
06. Leave The Drummer Out There
07. Sighs
08. Deep Weird Sleep
09. Counterglow
10. Ocean
11. Trance Out
12. Pink Light

http://www.mediafire.com/?kbh9wulunnrkww3

Monday, March 28, 2011

Jedi Mind Tricks - Legacy of Blood

The previous post was kind of cheating so here is another...


Jedi Mind Tricks - Legacy of Blood

This was the first real hip-hop album I ever listened to. Prior to this album I heard the words "rap" or "hip-hop" and instantly dismissed it all as garbage. This album changed that. Because of this album I looked into more hip-hop and became exposed to some really great artists.

Musically this album is fucking aggressive and pretty offensive. Right off the bat Vinnie Paz goes right at homosexuals, mainstream rap, and Christianity spewing venom like an endless stream as he spits out each word like a bullet. At the time I was still really into death metal so this shit was fuckin wild to me and straight up my alley. The real key to JMT though, is Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind on the beats. No one can compare to Stoupe in my opinion when it comes to beats. No one. RZA comes close though I'd say.

So even if you may not be a fan of what Vinnie is rapping, Stoupe's beats more than make up for it. Even so, if you aren't easily offended I recommend giving this shit a listen. It opened up a whole new genre for me. Maybe it will for you too.



Tracklist

Intro 1:27
The Age Of Sacred Terror 4:27
Scars Of The Crucifix 4:00
Death Falls Silent (Interlude) 0:23
Saviorself 4:28
On The Eve Of War (Julio Ceasar Chavez Mix) 3:59
The Darkest Throne (Interlude) 0:45
The Worst 4:03
Verses Of The Bleeding 3:48
Beyond The Gates Of Pain 3:41
Fairwell To The Flesh 0:54
And So It Burns 4:24
The Spirit Of Hate (Interlude) 0:59
Me Ne Shalto 3:52
On The Eve Of War (Meldrick Taylor Mix) 2:58
Winds Devouring Men (Interlude) 0:54
The Philosophy Of Horror 3:57
The Spirit And Sun (Interlude) 0:43
Before The Great Collapse

http://www.mediafire.com/?1s838u97ea9ivqm

Dead to a Dying World - Dead to a Dying World

We Enter the Circle at Night... and Are Consumed by Fire


Dead to a Dying World - Dead to a Dying World

This post comes courtesy of Ryan over at No Gods, No Masters who first showed me this band. I recommend pillaging his shit also even if he does post a lot of bad folk punk.

Now lets go over some of my favorite things in here...

Dual Male/Female vocals? Check
Neocrust? Check
Sludge? Check
Blackened crust? Check
Cellos? Double fuckin check.

If any of the above made you salivate, give this a listen.

Tracklist:
1. Concrete and Steel
2. Stagnation
3. We Enter the Circle at Night... and Are Consumed by Fire

http://www.mediafire.com/?4m1chdesfp2jel9

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Kukl - The Eye

Did you know Bjork used to be in a goth rock/post-punk band?


Kukl - The Eye

I certainly never did. But now I do, since this is it.

This is Kukl, an old Icelandic goth/post-punk band Bjork used to be in back in the 80s. The album was even released through Crass Records back in 84'. This is a great album that I first listened to last night and it is just great.

Kukl itself is apparently ancient Icelandic for "witch" and Bjork's voice here works well as if a cackling witch or wailing banshee.

Give it a listen, wild stuff.

Tracklist

1 Assassin

2 Anna

3 Open The Window And Let The Spirit Fly Free

4 Moonbath

5 Dismembered

6 Seagull

7 The Spire

8 Handa Tjolla

http://www.mediafire.com/?a3vpkj7y36adpbo