Noisgoroth - Laid His Mountains and His Heritage
1.Laid His Mountains and His Heritage
2.Waste for the Dragons of the Wilderness
3.The Border of Wickedness
4.Will Return and Build the Desolate Places
5.Beseech God That He Will Be Gracious Unto Us
6.Behold, I Will Send My Messenger
7.Shall Suddenly Come to His Temple
8.Messenger of the Covenant
Length: 35:49

Laid His Mountains and His Heritage

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