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Feel the Blade

Legion of the Damned

Release date:
January 4th, 2008
Catalog ID:
Massacre Records
2 reviews (avg. 89%)
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2. Nocturnal Predator 04:12   Show lyrics
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3. Slaughtering the Pigs 04:20   Show lyrics
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4. Slut of Sodom 03:46   Show lyrics
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5. Feel the Blade 04:19   Show lyrics
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6. Expire 02:24   instrumental
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7. Warbeast 02:58   Show lyrics
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8. Disturbing the Dead 03:27   Show lyrics
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9. Obsessed by the Grave 05:13   Show lyrics
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10. Reaper's Call 03:21   Show lyrics
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Band members
Maurice Swinkels Vocals
Richard Ebisch Guitars
Harold Gielen Bass
Erik Fleuren Drums
Martin van Drunen Vocals (additional) (on "Chronic Infection")
Miscellaneous staff
Andy Classen Producer
Martin van Drunen Vocals (additional) (on "Chronic Infection")
Andy Classen Producer
Read Behind the scenes 90% BagABones June 5th, 2009
Read More thrash! More! More! 88% DGYDP May 17th, 2008

Actually a reissue of Elegy for the Weak, originally released under the Occult name, with an altered tracklist.

Bonus tracks:
11. Last Command (05:17)
12. Mask of Terror (04:33)
13. Chronic Infection (Pestilence cover) (04:09)
(including guest-vocals by Martin van Drunen - ex-Pestilence (Hol), Bunkur, Submission (Hol), ex-Bolt Thrower, ex-Comecon, Death by Dawn, Mortuary I.O.D., Asphyx (Hol)), Hail of Bullets)

Limited edition digipack released by Indie Recordings with a bonus-DVD, including:
- Video-clip of "Sepulchral Ghoul"
- Fans Section
- Studio Report
- Tour Report (from Open Air Festivals 2007 - Tuska / RockArea / Earthshaker / Bloodstock)

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