Order of Orias - Inverse
1.Presence
2.Irreverence
3.Offering
4.Ash and Sparks
5.Concealer
6.Bleak One
7.Void
Length: 49:57

Inverse

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By @the_Ruinous_one (Archived) on
@the_Ruinous_one (Archived) -
13th Jun, 2013 @ 09:42 UTC
13-06-2013



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Had the privilege to see Order of Orias when they toured Australia supporting Marduk. Was a great show and I picked up a copy of Inverse at the merch stand. Great album, and a great example of what Aussie black metal has to offer

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By JF (Archived) on
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27th Sep, 2015 @ 21:06 UTC
27-09-2015



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the cover art is very reminiscent of that used by Blut Aus Nord

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