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The Ordeal - Kings of Pain (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ The Ordeal - Kings of Pain (CD, Album)

  1. Kacage says:
    Jun 05,  · Published on Jun 5, Track 3 of German Power Metal band The Ordeal's album "Kings of Pain".
  2. Gumi says:
    Label: Mausoleum Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Belgium • Genre: Rock • Style: Power Metal, Heavy Metal The Ordeal - Kings of Pain (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  3. Yozshuk says:
    Nov 12,  · With Robert Alleva, Adam Thorn. Two Fearless Men Getting Stung and Bit by the Most Dangerous Animals in the World to Create the Ultimate Guide to Measuring Pain/10().
  4. Mule says:
    Written based on this version: , CD, Dust on the Tracks Among the bizarre things to come out of the lull in quality power metal output in the mids was a seemingly one-off German band going by the awkward name The Ordeal.
  5. Mezil says:
    The Ordeal, from Germany, formed back in Musically speaking, the band is influenced by the great classic metal bands of yesteryear: Accept, Scorpions, Judas Priest, and Dio, while capturing the melodic quality of countrymen Mob eledarednilolifzatarewinmehl.co you can see from my score, this CD won't be spinning in my stereo for any period of time longer than it takes me to write this review.
  6. Viramar says:
    The Nemean Ordeal by Dekadent, released 07 June 1. Paean I. 2. Shepherd Of Stars 3. Solar Covenant 4. Wanax Eternal 5. The Lavantine Betrayal 6. Escaping The Flesh So Adamant 7. The Nemean Ordeal (Death Of A Lion).
  7. Vudolar says:
    Tears for Fears' fifth studio album, Raoul And the Kings of Spain, now comes expanded with seven bonus recordings including 'All of the Angels', 'The Madness of Roland', 'Queen of Compromise', 'Until I Drown', 'War of Attrition' and acoustic versions of 'Raoul And the Kings of /5().
  8. Kagazilkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Something For The Pain on Discogs. Label: Hollywood Records - D • Format: CD Album, Enhanced • Country: US • .
  9. Kigasida says:
    German veteran metallers The Ordeal return after 8 years since their debut album Kings of Pain was released in They take a MUCH different approach to metal than they did on their debut album which I did not like at all. I direct you to track 4, Here Comes the Flood, to find out how the band has changed their approach to metal.

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