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LEYLINES

Monolith Moon

Progressive Metal


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Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Degeneration (5:32)
2. Stages of Mind Catabolism (6:25)
3. Moonlit I. Silentium Universi (8:14)
4. Moonlit II: Fermi-Hart Recalculated (12:00)

Total Time 32:11

Line-up / Musicians


- David Mergulho / Bass
- Daniel Costa / Drums
- Diogo Ferreira / Guitars
- Gonšalo Costa / Keyboards
- Sara Freitas / Vocals

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Sefl-Released cd

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