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Doom

Job for a Cowboy

Type:
EP
Release date:
November 9th, 2005
Label:
King of the Monsters Records
Reviews:
10 reviews (avg. 46%)
1. Catharsis for the Buried 00:59   instrumental
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2. Entombment of a Machine 04:11   Show lyrics
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3. Relinquished 04:56   Show lyrics
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4. Knee Deep 04:34   Show lyrics
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5. The Rising Tide 04:17   Show lyrics
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6. Suspended by the Throat 04:49   Show lyrics
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Band members
Jonny Davy Vocals
Brent Riggs Bass
Andrew Arcurio Guitars
Ravi Bhadriraju Guitars
Elliott Sellers Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Corey Spotts Mixing, Recording
Joel Lauver Mastering
Jonny Davy Cover art
Alec Nichols Producer
Corey Spotts Mixing, Recording
Joel Lauver Mastering
Jonny Davy Cover art
Alec Nichols Producer
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Read These circuits diffused... 40% autothrall March 5th, 2010
Read Is THIS it? 70% TheSunOfNothing February 8th, 2010
Read The Meandering Cowboy Blues. 13% hells_unicorn June 26th, 2008
Read Bree Bree Hor Hor 10% Dasher10 May 1st, 2008
Read Gotta give 'em some credit 80% TheMorticiansFlame March 17th, 2008
Read It's okay, but there's much... 60% Noktorn January 27th, 2008
Read Somewhat technical and... 63% Burning_Season December 21st, 2006
Read Nothing Special, but enjoyable 50% SRX August 22nd, 2006
Read Killing Death Metal 21% EdwardtheBlack April 12th, 2006
Metal Blade Records re-released Doom in 2006 with a bonus hidden track:
7. Entities 04:10

The intro track "Catharsis for the Buried" contains a distorted excerpt from the film Kill Bill Volume 2.

A music video was made for the song "Entombment of a Machine".
Added by: BC_Blade Modified by: Tueur
Added on: 2005-12-02 22:03:31 Last modified on: 2013-06-26 12:08:58
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