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Golet

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Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 15th, 2011
Catalog ID:
FR 067
Label:
Folter Records
Format:
CD
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4. Golet 05:33   Show lyrics
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Band members
Kozeljnik Guitars
Nefas Vocals
Demonetras Guitars
L.G. Drums
Guest/Session
Odious Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Dragan Paunovic Cover art
Vladimir Zecevic Photography
Honza Kapák Producer
Kozeljnik Design, Layout
Kozeljnik Guitars
Nefas Vocals
Demonetras Guitars
L.G. Drums
Odious Bass
Dragan Paunovic Cover art
Vladimir Zecevic Photography
Honza Kapák Producer
Kozeljnik Design, Layout
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All music by Kozeljnik except track 5 by Demonetras.
Arrangements by Kozeljnik and L.G.
Additional arrangements and guitar solos by Demonetras.
All lyrics by Nefas except tracks 5 & 7 by Nefas and L.G.

Album artwork by Dragan Paunovic.
Design and layout by Kozeljnik for Wrath design.
Photography by Vladimir Zecevic.

Recording information:

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Hellsound studio, July 2011.
Produced by Honza Kapak and The Stone.

Added by: GodOfWinter Modified by: delcev903
Added on: 2011-08-10 13:06:48 Last modified on: 2014-10-10 07:36:51
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