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Torrential Reign

Unholy Ghost

Release date:
April 20th, 2004
Catalog ID:
Century Media Records
1 review (avg. 7%)
1. The Calling of Sin 03:45   Show lyrics
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2. Soul Disment 03:59   Show lyrics
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3. Eyes of Lost 05:02   Show lyrics
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4. Decimated 03:38   Show lyrics
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5. Cross Contamination 04:54   Show lyrics
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6. Denunciation "The Cursed" 03:28   Show lyrics
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7. Entrenched Warfare 03:44   Show lyrics
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8. Torn Apart 02:42   Show lyrics
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9. Under Existence 03:16   Show lyrics
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10. Torrential Reign 03:02   Show lyrics
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11. The Apparition (Instrumental) 01:33  
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Band members
Paul Ouellette Bass, Vocals
Jerry Mortellaro Guitars
Kelly Mclauchlin Guitars
Aantar Lee Coates Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Juan "Punchy" Gonzalez Engineering, Producer
Mattias Norén Cover art
Juan "Punchy" Gonzalez Engineering, Producer
Mattias Norén Cover art
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Paul Ouellette - Vocals, Bass
Jerry Mortellaro - Guitar
Kelly McLauchlin - Guitar
Aantar Lee Coates - Drums

Recorded and mastered at Diet of Worms Studios, Tampa, Florida, USA, November 2003.
Engineered by Juan "Punchy" Gonzales.

The title "Torrential Reign" was the original title for the 4th Diabolic full-length until the member shake-up. Some of the song titles were also to be used for the would-be Diabolic album.

Music: Mortellaro/Coates
except "Cross Contamination": Mortellaro
"Denunciation": Mortellaro/McLauchlin/Coates
"Under Existence": Mortellaro/Ouellette/Coates
"Torrential Reign": McLauchlin/Coates
"The Apparition" (outro): Gonzales/Coates

Lyrics: Ouelette

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