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Release date:
June 12th, 2012
Catalog ID:
Version desc.:
2 colours
Pagan Flames Productions
2 vinyls
500 copies
10 reviews (avg. 85%)
Disc 1
Side A
1. Bernheim Forest in Spring 02:54   instrumental
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2. Bodies Under the Falls 10:28   Show lyrics
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Side B
3. Come All Ye Coal Miners 04:13   Show lyrics
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4. Black Soot and Red Blood 10:11   Show lyrics
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Disc 2
Side A
1. Which Side Are You On? 03:00   Show lyrics
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2. Killing the Giants as They Sleep 12:25   Show lyrics
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3. Black Waters 04:57   Show lyrics
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Side B
4. Kentucky 03:21   instrumental
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Band members
A. Lunn Everything
Johan Becker Fiddle
Miscellaneous staff
Colin Marston Mixing, Mastering
A. Lunn Everything
Johan Becker Fiddle
Colin Marston Mixing, Mastering
Read A Flawed Masterwork 62% KriegdemKriege November 27th, 2013
Read Come All You Poor Workers 100% FullMetalAttorney July 18th, 2013
Read Will you be a lousy scab? 96% caspian June 14th, 2013
Read Fiery BM plea for social... 82% NausikaDalazBlindaz May 12th, 2013
Read Black Fire in the Hole 94% bishoparius February 8th, 2013
Read An unlikely combination,... 90% ConorFynes December 13th, 2012
Read Panopticon – Kentucky 50% Asag_Asakku September 24th, 2012
Read Panopticon - Kentucky 90% Ancient_Sorrow August 11th, 2012
Read Panopticon - Kentucky 85% FleshMonolith August 8th, 2012
Read Blackened Lungs And Broken... 100% PimpDaddyMcNasty July 20th, 2012

Limited to:
-250 copies on green vinyl
-250 copies on black vinyl

Co-released with Handmade Birds Records.

"Come All Ye Coal Miners", "Which Side Are You On?", and "Black Waters" are all covers of traditional folk songs.

A portion of the profits from this record are being donated to "Kentuckians for the Commonwealth" to fight mountain top removal.

Added by: Moobeat Modified by: PDS
Added on: 2012-06-12 13:14:36 Last modified on: 2014-06-02 18:53:57