Slave Of One - Killingculture - Killingculture (CD, Album)


Download Slave Of One - Killingculture - Killingculture (CD, Album)
1997
Label: Concrete (2) - 0089532CTR,Edel America Records - 0089602CTR • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Industrial, Heavy Metal


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9 Comments

  1. Vozil
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Killingculture - Killingculture at Discogs. Complete your Killingculture collection/5(9).
  2. Zuluktilar
    A cd that will rattle your bones. Killingculture is a band that can really rock, and that is just what this cd does. The song that is the best and best represents this cd is Lockfist. A guaranteed favorite for any fan of Metal. The one downside is the voice/5(6).
  3. Yozshurr
    Killing Culture - Killing Culture () Artist: Killing Culture Country: USA Album: Killing Culture Genre: Post-Thrash Metal Year Of Release: Quality: mp3 kbps Size: MB Tracklist: 1. Twins in Human 2. Resurrection 3. Live 4. And Hate 5. Lockfist 6. World Attraction 7. The Line 8.
  4. Samusar
    Slave performed edgy funk grooves that rival (or even overwhelm) what is considered 'hard' street music today. By the time the Cotillion/Atlantic album "Stone Jam", originally release in September , came out, Steve Washington had departed the group to form another band, Aurra.
  5. Tojakasa
    "Slave to the Music" is a song by the Dutch Eurodance group Twenty 4 Seven. It was released on 13 August , as the third single and first song from their second studio album, Slave To The centdreamilcusdite.unpobhyaparlirodewenmacechelad.co song peaked within the Top 10 in at least eight countries.
  6. Faugis
    “Killing Culture” is a swansong for Torvara. After the death of their guitar player, the rest of the band decided to call it quits. Respectable move, for sure. Well, they do have a more recent split release with the final songs recorded with the man who called himself M.

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