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DEMONS ARE FOREVER

Minas Tirith

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3.18 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ondtro
2. Hellfaith
3. Hellvana (Mother Death)
4. Mad Alpha (Lunatic-Tac)
5. In The Purgatory Now
6. NecroNoMicOn
7. Brain And The Bee
8. Satanism
9. Beauty And A Beast

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Line-up / Musicians

Frode Forsmo bass
Stian Kraboel - guitar
Tony Kirkemo - drums

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3.18
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3 stars This band was the odd one out in the Norwegian metal scene at the time of the arsons and the black metal hype. A lot of the Norwegian bands was feeding of this band's weirdness. It is perhaps true to call Minas Tirith the founders of the Norwegian avant-garde metal scene. Nobody understood ... (read more)

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