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The Phantom Tomorrow

Black Veil Brides

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The Phantom Tomorrow (Introduction)
00:01:33
2
Scarlet Cross
00:03:37
3
Born Again
00:03:39
4
Blackbird
00:03:21
5
Spectres (Interlude)
00:01:12
6
Torch
00:03:37
7
The Wicked One
00:03:35
8
Shadows Rise
00:04:56
9
Fields of Bone
00:03:19
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Crimson Skies
00:04:09
11
Kill The Hero
00:03:28
12
Fall Eternal
00:04:49

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