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Atrocity|To Be... ...Or Not to Be  (Re-Release)

To Be... ...Or Not to Be (Re-Release)

Atrocity

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No Cause for Celebration
00:04:23

Atrocity, MainArtist - Magnus Söderman, Composer - Glyn Grimwade, Composer - Fredrik Jacobsen, Composer - Patrik Marchente, Composer

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Whose Fate
00:04:31

Atrocity, MainArtist - Glyn Grimwade, Composer

(C) 2021 Dark Archives (P) 2021 Dark Archives

3
Inconsiderate Terrorization
00:05:34

Atrocity, MainArtist - Magnus Söderman, Composer

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The Abode of the Damned
00:03:23

Atrocity, MainArtist - Magnus Söderman, Composer - Glyn Grimwade, Composer - Fredrik Jacobsen, Composer - Patrik Marchente, Composer

(C) 2021 Dark Archives (P) 2021 Dark Archives

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Nailed to the Cross
00:03:52

Atrocity, MainArtist - Magnus Söderman, Composer - Glyn Grimwade, Composer - Fredrik Jacobsen, Composer - Patrik Marchente, Composer

(C) 2021 Dark Archives (P) 2021 Dark Archives

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