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STRIKE A MORTAL TERROR

Shelter Red

Experimental/Post Metal


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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Strike A Mortal Terror (3:44)
2. Inferno (4:32)
3. This Is A Lost Ambition (4:26)
4. The Moralist (4:18)
5. Dejanira (3:58)
6. A Confusion Of Tongues (3:58)
7. Last Rites For The Dying (6:16)

Line-up / Musicians


- Stephan Hawkes / guitars,drums
- Austin Crook / bass

Releases information

CD Sound Vs. Silence Records (2009)

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SHELTER RED Strike A Mortal Terror ratings distribution


4.50
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