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Dew-Scented|Icarus

Icarus

Dew-Scented

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"[T]his treads the line between straight ahead thrash and a harsher brand of death metal. It's fast, raw and vicious..."
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1
Hubris
00:01:28

Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

2
Sworn to Obey
00:03:54

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

3
Thrown to the Lions
00:04:28

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

4
Storm Within
00:04:05

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

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Gleaming like Silver
00:03:50

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

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By My Own Hand
00:03:42

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

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The Fall of Man
00:04:03

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

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Reawakening
00:04:35

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

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Destined to Collapse
00:04:40

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

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A Final Procession
00:04:42

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

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Perpetuated Explicit
00:03:16

Leif Jensen, Writer - Dew-Scented, MainArtist - Marvin Vriesde, Composer

© 2012 Dew-Scented ℗ 2012 Dew-Scented

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