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Cauchemar - Tenebrario album mp3

  • Performer: Cauchemar
  • Genre: Other
  • Title: Tenebrario
  • MP3 version size: 1166 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1836 mb
  • Other: MP1 MOD MPC AIFF AUD ADX AA
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 749

Description

Tracklist: 1. D’Encre Et De Sang, 2. Le Feu Du Soleil, 3. Salamandre, 4. Tête De Mort, 5. L’Appel, 6. Le Fantôme, 7. Rites Lunaires, 8. Trois Mondes, 9. Tenebrario.

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Some enticing and hypnotic traditional heavy metal with a ton of potential. Cauchemar have released their debut album "Tenebrario" on Nuclear War Now!

Album Name Tenebrario. Released date May 2013. Labels Nuclear War Now Productions. Recorded at. Music StyleDoom Metal. Members owning this album11. 1. D'Encre et de Sang.

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Tenebrario.

Canadian heavy/doom band CAUCHEMAR will release their first full length, Tenebrario, in May on San Francisco’s Nuclear War Now! Productions. Like their first EP, 2010’s La Vierge Noire, Tenebrario was recorded at Meatlocker Studios in Ottawa. The chilling cover art was made by Italian painter Paolo Girardi. All the songs on the album were written during singer Annick Giroux and guitarist François Patry’s one and a half year journey in South America, Asia and Europe.

Tenebrario (2013) by Cauchemar. Labels: Nuclear War Now! Productions. Genres: Heavy Metal, Doom Metal Members: Patrick Pageau, François Patry, Annick Giroux, Andres Arango.

Tenebrario Tracklist.

I really liked ''Tenebrario'', it's a good first album for Cauchemar and it places them in a nice position in the doom world. Their label (Nuclear War Now !) doesn't seem to think they're a priority as there's some problems and delays with the release of the album and it's a damn shame