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Funeral Pyre

Immersed By The Flames Of Mankind

Forest Moon Products

Released on November 12, 2004

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The debut self released full length by Los Angeles' The Funeral Pyre. Comes with amazing artwork courtesy of Tony Koehl (goratory.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 The Wrath  0%
2 World Of Vengeance  0%
3 Sight Through Bleeding Eyes  0%
4 Lies Of Eternity  0%
5 A Fallacy Carved In Stone  0%
6 A Gradual Awakening  0%
7 Immersed By The Flames Of Mankind  0%
8 Isengard Unleashed  0%
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Kevin from Vancouver, BC Canada 
Aug 12 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is epic. although the problem is like some bands, every time i listen i feel like i've never heard it before, which isn't nessessarily bad, but kinda sweet. overall though, it's rad death/symphonic combo like black dahlia and old cradle of filth mixed. best. i'm in love. you?










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