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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dr. Disagius (5:22)
2. Cicades (5:31)
3. Controversy (Act I, Inferno) (7:13)
4. J.H.I. (5:49)
5. El Hombre Loco (Desde Generaciones) (3:27)
6. Crepuscolo (Act II, Purgatorio) (8:48)
7. Milla (5:47)
8. Libero Arbitrio (Act III, Paradiso) (5:57)

Total Time 47:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Daniele Lunardi / bass
- Edoardo Lucą / guitars
- Simone Giannangeli / drums
- Valerio De Lucia / guitars

Releases information

CD Subsound Records (2009)

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