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Satánico dramático

Dia de los Muertos

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 23rd, 2011
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Cinismo Records
Format:
Unknown
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2. Plague Mass 03:28   Show lyrics
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3. Sigo siendo el rey 01:11   Show lyrics
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4. Death's Embrace 03:55   Show lyrics
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5. Fresh Meat to the Grinder (featuring Jeff Walker & Scott Carlson) 03:59   Show lyrics
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6. Here Hell Rises 02:21   Show lyrics
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7. The Fifth Republic 02:08   Show lyrics
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8. Bestia de las mil cabezas 02:48   Show lyrics
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9. Sigo vivo (Featuring Andrés Giménez) 03:50   Show lyrics
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10. Satánico dramático 02:44   instrumental
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Band members
Loana dp Valencia Vocals
Alfonso Pinzon Drums
Alejandro Corredor Bass
Adrian Villanueva Guitars
Andres Jaramillo Guitars
Guest/Session
Jeff Walker Vocals
Tony Campos Vocals (on "Sigo Siendo el Rey")
Anton Reisenegger Vocals (on "Bestia de las Mil Cabezas")
Andrés Giménez Vocals (on "Sigo Vivo")
Miscellaneous staff
Gabriela Sierra Art concept
Lucio Hernandez Artwork
Jeff Walker Producer (on "Fresh Meat for the Grinder")
Alfonso Pinzon Producer
Maor Appelbaum Mastering
Roy Z Mixing
Jeff Walker Vocals
Tony Campos Vocals (on "Sigo Siendo el Rey")
Anton Reisenegger Vocals (on "Bestia de las Mil Cabezas")
Andrés Giménez Vocals (on "Sigo Vivo")
Gabriela Sierra Art concept
Lucio Hernandez Artwork
Jeff Walker Producer (on "Fresh Meat for the Grinder")
Alfonso Pinzon Producer
Maor Appelbaum Mastering
Roy Z Mixing
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