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9 Responses to Hammer Of The Witches - Manilla Road - The Deluge (CD, Album)

  1. Kiktilar says:
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  2. Mishakar says:
    May 13,  · Manilla Road - Hammer of the Witches from the album The Deluge
  3. Shakagami says:
    Mar 22,  · Wichita, Kansas - United States - Black Dragon Records 1. Dementia 2. Shadow in the Black 3. Divine Victim 4. Hammer of the Witches 5. Morbid Tabernacle 6.
  4. Zubei says:
    The Deluge is the fifth album released by Manilla Road. It was originally issued in and re-released in Track listing. All songs written by Mark 'the Shark' Shelton, except "Morbid Tabernacle" written and performed by Mike Metz.. "Dementia" - "Shadow in the Black" - "Divine Victim" - "Hammer of the Witches" -
  5. Vogami says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Deluge on Discogs/5(36).
  6. Shakus says:
    Arrangements by Manilla Road. "The Deluge" is divided into three parts: I. Eye of the Sea II. Drowned Lands III. Engulfed Cathedral. Recording information: Recorded at Miller Cave Recording Studios in North Newton, Kansas Engineered by Larry Funk and Max Merhoff. Produced by Manilla Road, Max Merhoff, Jay Merhoff, Rick Fisher, and Sherry.
  7. Madal says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Manilla Road - The Deluge at Discogs. Complete your Manilla Road collection.
  8. Grogore says:
    The Deluge, to me, is one of the most important albums that Manilla Road did in the 80's. Even though Crystal Logic resounds as the all time favorite album from that era I believe that The Deluge was the first album that we did that was what I consider the total package/5(11).
  9. Mikat says:
    The Deluge represents the culmination and perfection of Manilla Road’s signature epic heavy metal style. Everything that is quintessentially Manilla Road is present here and out in full force. From the aggressive “Hammer of the Witches” to the epic “Friction in Mass”, Manilla Road show off their superb songwriting capabilities.

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