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Genetic Distortion Sequence - Nocturnal Rites - Afterlife (CD, Album)

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  1. Nocturnal Rites began life as the Swedish death metal outfit Necronomic, which released a demo tape entitled 'The Obscure' in Thankfully the band decided to return to their classic metal roots and Nocturnal Rites was born. Nocturnal Rites - In A Time Of Blood And Fire (Megarock Records) 1. "Sword Of Steel" () 2.
  2. Dec 25,  · Provided to YouTube by YouTube CSV2DDEX Genetic Distortion Sequence · Nocturnal Rites Afterlife ℗ Century Media Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Nocturnal Rites is a Swedish power metal band formed in , Umeå/Holmsund. So far they've released 7 studio urotlitatiternworlnisttinhumugest.xyzinfo first three albums ('In a Time of Blood and Fire', 'Tales of Mystery and Imagination' and 'The Sacred Talisman') feature the former vocalist Anders Zackrisson, while the newer albums are sung by Johnny Lindkvist.
  4. Aug 29,  · Afterlife is the fourth studio album by Nocturnal Rites. Track listing "Afterlife" - "Wake Up Dead" - "The Sinner's Cross" - "Hell and Back" - "The Sign" - "The Devil's Child" - "Genetic Distortion Sequence" - "Sacrifice" - "Temple of the Dead" - "Hellenium" - ; Credits. Jonny Lindkvist - Vocals.
  5. Download Nocturnal Rites - Afterlife | Afterlife,Wake Up Dead,The Sinners Cross,Hell And Back,The Sign,The Devils Child,Genetic Distortion Sequence,Sacrifice,Temple Of The Dead,Hellenium Album .
  6. Aug 29,  · The first recording to feature new vocalist Jonny Lindkvist, Afterlife was a heavier take on the resurging power metal genre Nocturnal Rites championed during the late '90s. Previous efforts from the group had garnered enough accolades for this Swedish band to be taken seriously, but Nocturnal Rites' tendency to mimic New Wave of British Heavy Metal giants Iron Maiden didn't exactly go 6/
  7. With Afterlife Nocturnal Rites changed singers and moved from the power metal of earlier albums to speed metal ala Riot's "Thundersteel" and Judas Priest's "Painkiller" and did it as well as both bands ever did. The only unfortunate cange the band made on this album was cutting down on how much soloing Nils Norberg does.
  8. "Afterlife" () is the fourth album from Sweden's Nocturnal Rites and the second one I bought. My first Nocturnal Rites purchase was New World Messiah (), and I will restrict my discussion of their discography to those two albums. Judging by the negative reviews published in , "Afterlife" was quite controversial upon its release/5(14).

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