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Harvest

Naglfar

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1
Into the Black
00:04:33

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

2
Breathe Through Me
00:03:17

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

3
The Mirrors of My Soul
00:04:58

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

4
Odium Generis Humani
00:05:08

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

5
The Darkest Road
00:04:12

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

6
Way of the Rope
00:05:57

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

7
Plutonium Reveries
00:05:00

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

8
Feeding Moloch
00:05:12

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

9
Harvest
00:07:10

Naglfar, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Not Documented, Composer, Producer

(P) 2007 Century Media Records Ltd.

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