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Death Karma > The History of Death & Burial Rituals Part I
Death Karma - The History of Death & Burial Rituals Part I
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The History of Death & Burial Rituals Part I

Death Karma

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
February 12th, 2015
Catalog ID:
IBP 230
Label:
Iron Bonehead Productions
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 83%)
Side A
1. Slovakia - Journey of the Soul 07:58   Show lyrics
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2. Madagascar - Famadihana 06:01   Show lyrics
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3. Mexico - Chichén Itzá 06:55   Show lyrics
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Side B
4. Czech Republic - Úmrlčí prkna 07:37   Show lyrics
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5. India - Towers of Silence 07:08   instrumental
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6. China - Hanging Coffins 07:03   Show lyrics
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Band members
Jurg Drums
Infernal Vlad Vocals, Guitars, Bass
Guest/Session
Tom Coroner Octobans, Rototom percussion
Miscellaneous staff
D. Glomba Artwork
Jurg Drums
Infernal Vlad Vocals, Guitars, Bass
Tom Coroner Octobans, Rototom percussion
D. Glomba Artwork
Read Black metal by way of... 78% ConorFynes December 24th, 2015
Read A monument for the dead 92% Felix 1666 April 4th, 2015
Read The formulas of death. 90% Witchfvcker February 14th, 2015
Read The History Of Death 70% diogoferreira February 13th, 2015

"Slovakia - ancient burial customs of superstitious and deeply religious villagers still exist in certain areas till today.
Madagascar - dance with Death, in the name of Famadihana.
Mexico - the most famous dead town which once lived though death. Enter the mouth of the ChichenItza well - where people were buried in blood.
Czech Republic- 'Umrlčí prkna' provide a place for Death through the long and harsh winters, so the earth could accept the bodies in spring.
India – The Towers of Silence. Here one can feel and hear death the most.
China - Hanging coffins on high rocks so nobody disturbs the peace of the dead."

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