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Live, released in 2020

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Snow Burdened Branches
2. Into the North Woods
3. Capricious Miles
4. Sheep in Wolves Clothing
5. En Hvit Ravns Dod
6. En Generell Avsky
7. A Superior Lament
8. Watching You
9. To Make an Idol of Our Fear and Call It God

Line-up / Musicians

- Austin Lunn / guitar, vocals
- Jake Quitschreiber / guitar, backing vocals
- Tanner Anderson / keys backing vocals
- Andy Klockow / bass, backing vocals
- Ray Capizzo / drums

Releases information

Vinyl, digital download

Recorded at Migration fest in 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA

Release date June 19, 2020

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