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Skold - Skold (Cassette, Album)

Posted on 20.09.2019 by Maugal
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8 Responses to Skold - Skold (Cassette, Album)

  1. Kigall says:
    SKOLD Anomie. DIGITAL () · $ add to cart Bandcamp: International & Lossless. Also available: CD $ SKOLD waylays with his first solo album in 15 years! After delivering a snarky CD single entitled Suck on April 12, the stage is set for the May 10th, release of klepenpomavasbulirestopktendpope.coinfo Suck set the beachhead for SKOLD's assault on the musical landscape of the new year, Anomie takes up.
  2. Fenrijin says:
    Oct 28,  · SKOLD. $ Everybody Hates You. Combichrist. Everybody Hates You is the second full-length studio album by the American aggrotech band Combichrist. It was released on March 8, , through the Out of Line record label. $ A Violent Emotion. Aesthetic Perfection.
  3. Moogushicage says:
    As a solo artist, prolific Swedish producer and singer/songwriter Tim Skold issues his corrosive industrial metal under the moniker Skold.
  4. Zolozil says:
    Nov 15,  · Skold - Better the Devil - 4K Directed by Kevin Preston Cinematography by Asher Vast Edited by Asher Vast and Kevin Preston Color Grading by Asher Vast Grip: Emilio Cerrillo PA #1: Amy Greenwood PA #2: Corey Wittenborn Drone Operator: Jesse Orr.
  5. Tygosho says:
    “Anarchy”, which Skold wrote and provided vocals for, became a hit in clubs. His next album with KMFDM, entitled “Adios”, was released in “Adios” saw Skold taking on a larger role in the band, not just as vocalist, writer and bassist, but also as producer, .
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  7. Salrajas says:
    The style of this album was glam metal typical of early s American bands such as Mötley Crüe and Ratt. Second era, Frontman Zinny J. Zan departed the band in leaving Tim Skold to take over vocal duties; Shotgun Messiah drafted an American bassist, Bobby Lycon, to fill Skold.
  8. Mezim says:
    SKOLD arrived on to the Hard Rock / Metal scene with the introduction of tour album "Skold", released on N/A. The song was instantly a success and made SKOLD one of the top new great shows to go to. Subsequently following the appearance of "Skold", SKOLD revealed "Anomie (Deluxe)" on N/A.

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