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Summoning the Slayer

Temple of Void

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1
Behind the Eye
00:05:14

Temple of Void, MainArtist - Alex Awn, Composer - Brent Satterly, Composer - Jason Pearce, Composer - Don Durr, Composer - Mike Erdody, Composer

(C) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc. (P) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc.

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Deathtouch
00:08:07

Temple of Void, MainArtist - Alex Awn, Composer - Brent Satterly, Composer - Jason Pearce, Composer - Don Durr, Composer - Mike Erdody, Composer

(C) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc. (P) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc.

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Engulfed
00:07:24

Temple of Void, MainArtist - Alex Awn, Composer - Brent Satterly, Composer - Jason Pearce, Composer - Don Durr, Composer - Mike Erdody, Composer

(C) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc. (P) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc.

4
A Sequence of Rot
00:05:48

Temple of Void, MainArtist - Alex Awn, Composer - Brent Satterly, Composer - Jason Pearce, Composer - Don Durr, Composer - Mike Erdody, Composer

(C) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc. (P) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc.

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Hex, Curse, & Conjuration
00:03:51

Temple of Void, MainArtist - Alex Awn, Composer - Brent Satterly, Composer - Jason Pearce, Composer - Don Durr, Composer - Mike Erdody, Composer

(C) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc. (P) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc.

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The Transcending Horror
00:05:59

Temple of Void, MainArtist - Alex Awn, Composer - Brent Satterly, Composer - Jason Pearce, Composer - Don Durr, Composer - Mike Erdody, Composer

(C) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc. (P) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc.

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Dissolution
00:03:48

Temple of Void, MainArtist - Alex Awn, Composer - Brent Satterly, Composer - Jason Pearce, Composer - Don Durr, Composer - Mike Erdody, Composer

(C) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc. (P) 2022 Relapse Records, Inc.

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