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DEMO 2000

Virus

Experimental/Post Metal


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Songs / Tracks Listing


1. It's All Gone Weird (7:10)
2. Carheart (4:54)
3. Gum, Meet, Mother (4:58)
4. Sex & Violence (6:34)

Total Time 24:00

Line-up / Musicians


- Czral / guitars, vocals
- Plenum / bass
- Esso / drums


Releases information

Label: Luchtrat
Demo released on the 1st of September 2009
Format: 3" cd - wooden basis - wrapped in leather
Edition: limited to 66 (silver logo) | 6 (golden logo)

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