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Terrifying Tales for Terrible Children

Gods of Fire

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Terrifying Tales for Terrible Children
Gods of Fire
3:14
2
Baron Samedi, Loa of the Dead
Gods of Fire
4:21
3
All for the Love of Satan
Gods of Fire
5:54
4
Look to the Skies
Gods of Fire
5:04
5
Gods Walk Among Us
Gods of Fire
8:07
6
It's Alive!
Gods of Fire
5:08
7
Werewolf of Brooklyn
Gods of Fire
7:35
8
We'll Meet Again
Gods of Fire
4:25
Total Playing Time    43:48
Metal outfit Gods of Fire from New York City draw on musical influences from Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, fully embracing metal bravado with their raucous live shows featuring numerous costume changes, stage names, and an arsenal of on-stage antics. Terrifying Tales for Terrible Children lives up to its name with its harrowingly intimidating lead vocals, ghastly guitar riffs, formidable bass rumbles and breathtakingly unnerving drum pandemonium.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Black Thirteen Recording Company Studio Masters

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