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Steak Number Eight

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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Return of the Kolomon (05:05)
2. Your Soul Deserves to Die Twice (05:39)
3. Principal Features of the Cult (02:39)
4. Gravity Giants (06:32)
5. Charades (06:58)
6. Knows Sees Tells (05:27)
7. Claw It in Your Eyes (04:23)
8. It Might be the Lights (07:02)
9. Cheating the Gallows (07:06)
10. Future Sky Batteries (06:26)
11. Space Punch (09:27)

Total Time 76:44

Line-up / Musicians

Jesse Surmont / Bass
Joris Casier / Drums
Cis Deman / Guitars
Brent Vanneste / Guitars, Vocals

Janne Vanneste / Backing Vocals

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