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Chasing Shadows

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Chasing Shadows
00:04:06

Stormblast Publishing, MusicPublisher - Imminence, Artist, MainArtist - Eddie Berg, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, Violin / Fiddle - Christian Höijer, Bass Guitar - Harald Barrett, Composer, Guitar - Peter Hanström, Composer, Drums - Alex Arnoldsson, Guitar

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Ghost
00:04:15

Stormblast Publishing, MusicPublisher - Imminence, Artist, MainArtist - Eddie Berg, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals - Christian Höijer, Bass Guitar - Harald Barrett, Composer, Guitar - Peter Hanström, Drums - Alex Arnoldsson, Guitar

2021 Arising Empire 2021 Arising Empire

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Heaven in Hiding
00:03:56

Stormblast Publishing, MusicPublisher - Imminence, Artist, MainArtist - Eddie Berg, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals - Christian Höijer, Bass Guitar - Harald Barrett, Composer, Guitar - Peter Hanström, Drums - Alex Arnoldsson, Guitar

2021 Arising Empire 2021 Arising Empire

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Temptation
00:03:43

Stormblast Publishing, MusicPublisher - Imminence, Artist, MainArtist - Eddie Berg, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals - Christian Höijer, Bass Guitar - Harald Barrett, Composer, Guitar - Peter Hanström, Drums - Alex Arnoldsson, Guitar

2021 Arising Empire 2021 Arising Empire

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