Closure - Dark Empire (5) - Humanity Dethroned (CD, Album)

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  1. Vobar
    Humanity Dethroned is a powerful metal album with the classic metal spirit driving huge, powerful and aggressive thrash riffs with enduring melodies that lift the album, Humanity Dethroned is a perfect balance of writing, melody, aggressive, thrash riffs: A Metal album that connects to the true spirit of metal in all of us/5(5).
  2. Yoll
    Dark Empire - Humanity Dethroned music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  3. Zulunos
    Dark Empire (5) Humanity Dethroned (Album) 2 versions: KillZone Records: Japan: Sell This Version: 2 versions: NMR Dark Empire (5) From Refuge To Ruin ‎ (CD, Album) Nightmare Records (2) NMR US: Sell This Version: 1 – 3 of 3. Show. Reviews Add Review.
  4. Taukazahn
    Dec 25,  · Dark Empire - Humanity Dethroned () Album Photo by orion. Format: CD. 15 likes.
  5. Kegul
    Tracks make up “The Apparition Sequence.” Although Andrew Atwood was a member of the band when the album was released, all guitars and harsh vocals were performed by Matt Moliti.. Recording information: Recorded and engineered at Bicoastal Music, .
  6. Masho
    Dark Empire - Humanity Dethroned. Killzone Records. Heavy Metal. 10 songs (55'14) Dark Empire flexes its’ epic muscle on two occasions throughout the album. Those seventies prog rock comparisons come roaring back with the finale Closure.
  7. Kagajora
    May 05,  · Humanity Dethroned () by Dark Empire. Labels: Killzone. Genres: Progressive Power Metal, Melodic Death Metal. Songs: Eyes of Defiance, No Sign of Life, Humanity Dethroned, The Forgotten Sin, Faded Dreams, Salvation Denied.. Members: Jens Carlsson, Matt Moliti, Andrew Atwood, Sam "Samus" Paulicelli.
  8. Mikakinos
    “Closure” is the last part of “The Apparition Sequence” epic but also is a fine closure for the whole album. This ballad is one of the best heard on a Thrash Metal record. Humanity Dethroned shows a mature band that released itself from the world of fantasy to discuss more serious issues like violence, death, oppression and society itself.

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