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  1. Vojora
    Nucleus EP by Ghost Culture, released 24 February 1. Coma 2. ICO 3. NGC 4. NGC 5. Perseus Two years on from his critically acclaimed self-titled debut LP and ’s similarly transcendent club hit Safe/Multiply, Ghost Culture announced his new EP Nucleus. Nucleus, captures the enigmatic London artist’s signature sound in the reflection of unexpected, vibrant new lights.
  2. Gusida
    Chicago’s Nucleus are still kicking up plenty of space dust for album number two, “Entity”. For the most part, they’re still following the blueprint forged for ’s promising Sentient debut. Each single-word song title acts as a chapter in an epic cosmic tale of tragimetal doom.
  3. Malataur
    All Music written by Vaulting Produced by Ralf Müller, Co-Produced by Vaulting Recorded at Rape Of Harmonies Studios Triptis and Schmoelln Mixed by Ralf Müller Mastered by Patrick W. Engel Coverartwork by Matthias Gathof The lyrics here are taken from the digital booklet.
  4. Viramar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Nucleus on Discogs/5(7).
  5. Sale
    Apr 01,  · no copy right intended. VAULTERS!!!!! tell me what you think!? also if anyone has some good uniform ideas inbox me so i can give you my email so you can send me a pic! love yall!
  6. Mora
    Oct 28,  · About a month ago we discovered a German band called Vaulting through one of our MISCELLANY forays into the vast world of unexplored metal. What we heard back then was a five-track EP the band released in called Modus enpaconiredneu.paymangbowestwebdobulocsiralarri.infoinfo was damned sweet (read our babbling about it here).We discovered at the time of that post that Vaulting planned to release their debut album .
  7. Vizilkree
    Nucleus by Vaulting, released 28 October 1. Place Of Fear 2. 80 Gy 3. Bob's Song 4. Biorobot 5. Permafrost 6. Arktis Winter 7. Guernica 8. They Always Return 9. Touched By An Unknowing John(ny) Doe To Dig A (W)hole In The Void Concrete & Nosebleed behind Contains 13 Tracks in 35 minutes running time.
  8. Fekazahn
    Nucleust. Perth, Australia. Nucleust incorporate four passion driven musicians who strive to deliver what can be classified as heavy odd music comprising of unpredictable combinations of metal riffs and motives. Having been inspired by a diverse range of genres, Nucleust create music which is a reflection of what is happening in the real world through their own screaming critiques.

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