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Studio Album, released in 2021

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Call Me a Symbol (4:20)
2. Colossus (3:36)
3. Vortex (4:02)
4. Disclosure! (3:47)
5. Copycat (4:23)
6. Pearls and Swine (5:20)
7. Sleep of the Righteous (4:32)
8. Wallflower (4:17)
9. Dead Hands Feel No Pain (4:09)
10. As I Boil Ice (4:21)
11. Mediator (4:29)

Total Time 47:16

Line-up / Musicians

- Tatiana Shmailyuk / vocals
- Roman Ibramkhalilov / guitars
- Eugene Abdukhanov / bass
- Vladislav Ulasevish / drums

Releases information

Released August 27, 2021 by Napalm Records

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