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Arctic Thunder

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1
Tundra Leech
00:05:02

Darkthrone, MainArtist - Gylve Fenriz Nagell, Composer - Ted Skjellum, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem Music Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd (P) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd

2
Burial Bliss
00:04:59

Darkthrone, MainArtist - Gylve Fenriz Nagell, Composer - Ted Skjellum, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem Music Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd (P) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd

3
Boreal Fiends
00:05:50

Darkthrone, MainArtist - Gylve Fenriz Nagell, Composer - Ted Skjellum, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem Music Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd (P) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd

4
Inbred Vermin
00:05:49

Darkthrone, MainArtist - Gylve Fenriz Nagell, Composer - Ted Skjellum, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem Music Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd (P) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd

5
Arctic Thunder
00:04:41

Darkthrone, MainArtist - Gylve Fenriz Nagell, Composer - Ted Skjellum, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem Music Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd (P) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd

6
Throw Me Through the Marshes
00:05:00

Darkthrone, MainArtist - Gylve Fenriz Nagell, Composer - Ted Skjellum, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem Music Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd (P) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd

7
Deep Lake Trespass
00:04:48

Darkthrone, MainArtist - Gylve Fenriz Nagell, Composer - Ted Skjellum, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem Music Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd (P) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd

8
The Wyoming Distance
00:03:12

Darkthrone, MainArtist - Gylve Fenriz Nagell, Composer - Ted Skjellum, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem Music Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd (P) 2016 Peaceville Records Ltd

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