Funeral Winds - Essence
1.Towards the Glorious Triumph of Satans Empire
2.Black Tongues and Sulphuric Breath
3.The Liberating Rays of Death
4.The Heart of Darkness
5.Rise of the Dark Imperium
6.Essence
7.The Bowls of Wrath and Ancient Hate
8.The Worm God
9.Aeon of Darkness

Essence

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By Wyrd (Archived) on
Wyrd (Archived) -
15th Jan, 2021 @ 12:16 UTC
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5th and best album of this Cult band!

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By Kate666 (Archived) on
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15th Jan, 2021 @ 12:35 UTC
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Sinister Creed was a great album, but this one easily tops it! Dark and disgusting, raw and fierce Black Metal!

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