9 Reply to “ The Oath - Root (2) - Hell Symphony (CD, Album) ”

  1. Zjevení (English title: "Revelation") is the debut album by Czech black metal band Root, released in December through now-defunct record label Zeras. It is noticeably the only full-length album by the band to feature songs with lyrics in the Czech language, and is regarded for shaping the sonority of the early Czech black metal scene of the late s/early to mids.
  2. Hell Symphony by Root, released 01 December 1. Belzebub 2. Belial 3. Lucifer 4. Abaddon 5. Asmodeus 6. Satan 7. Leviathan 8. Astaroth 9. Loki The Prayers The Oath Satan's March Lucifer (live) Leviathan (live) Song for Satan (live) The complete full-length album .
  3. On their sophomore album, Root use an approach that is more sophisticated and melodic compared to their debut Zjevení. The album uses the English language rather than the Czech language of the debut.
  4. reissue (I Hate Records) with bonus stuff Tracklist: 1. Belzebub 2. Belial 3. Lucifer 4. Abaddon 5. Asmodeus 6.
  5. Check out Hell Symphony/Kargeras by Root on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfo
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hell Symphony on Discogs/5(11).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red/Orange Vinyl release of Hell Symphony on Discogs/5(3).
  8. Hell Symphony is the second full-length album by Czech black metal band Root. It was originally released in The album contains the first Root songs in the English language. On the band’s homepage, the style was described as heavy compared to the "monumentality of The Temple in the Underworld, mystery of Kärgeräs and the dark charm of The Book ".

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