Gelassenheit - They Will Beat Their Swords into Ploughshares
1.1312 Anno Domini (A Prayer to End the Plague of Rubber Bullets)
2.O Lord, I Am Lost
3.May the Choirs of Seraphim Strike the Hate-Filled Dead
4.Theological Praxis
5.Shatter the Lodge of Triumphalism
6.Under the Sign of a Starry Plough
Length: 23:08

They Will Beat Their Swords into Ploughshares

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