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4.43 | 35 ratings | 0 reviews | 57% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1
1. The Flood (8:01)
2. Foe (3:08)
3. Third Law (6:15)
4. Rewind (7:16)
5. The Cloak (4:11)
6. Acquired Taste (6:54)
7. Red (6:40)
8. Slave (9:10)

Disc 2
1. The Price (5:35)
2. Moon (7:46)
3. Down (6:29)
4. The Valley (7:39)
5. Forced Entry (10:46)
6. Contaminate Me (10:18)

Line-up / Musicians

- Einar Solberg / lead vocal, synth
- Tor Oddmund Suhrke / guitar, backing vocals
- Øystein Landsverk / guitar
- Baard Kolstad / drums
- Simen Daniel Lindstad Børven / bass

with guests
- Tobias Ørnes Andersen / drums
- Håkon Aase / violin
- Ihsahn / vocals, guitar

Releases information

November 25, 2016
Label: InsideOut
Formats: Limited DVD+2CD Digipak, Standalone DVD, 2CD Jewelcase, Gatefold 3LP+2CD, Digital

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(57%)
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