Ulver - The Assassination of Julius Caesar
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By DI IONNO (Archived) on
DI IONNO (Archived) -
11th Oct, 2020 @ 01:04 UTC
11-10-2020



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Style: dreamy synth pop.

This is not metal, but it is very good music to relax to.

Good music is good music no matter what. Open your mind.

One of my favourite albums from 2017.

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