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The Phantom Agony - Epica (2) - The Phantom Agony (CD, Album)

On 27.08.2019 by Gakora With 1 Comments - DEFAULT

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    Faejas 04.09.2019
    The Phantom Agony is the first full-length studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band Epica. It was released in by the Dutch label Transmission Records. It is the first album recorded by guitarist Mark Jansen after his departure from the band After Forever/5().
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    Tashura 30.08.2019
    Nov 01,  · The Phantom Agony, from EPICA's live CD/DVD, 'Retrospect'. SUBSCRIBE to Nuclear Blast YouTube: tergisuresssurdoubtthoucertirethacde.co SUBSCRIBE to Epica YouTube: http://yo.
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    Zudal 01.09.2019
    This album's lyrics are mostly based on events that happened during the writing of the album. "Cry for the Moon" is based on the abuse of children by Catholic priests. It has been released as a single in "Feint" was written after the murder of Pim Fortuyn. "Façade of .
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    Voodoozuru 29.08.2019
    Epica's The Phantom Agony from the We Will Take You With Us DVD I couldn't find it anywhere so i decided to post it here for all of you fans:D. Epica's The Phantom Agony from the We Will Take You With Us DVD I couldn't find it anywhere so i decided to post it here for all of you fans:D.
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    Zulkijora 02.09.2019
    Dutch guitarist/vocalist Mark Jansen unveiled his highly anticipated post-After Forever undertaking -- a new orchestral metal project named Epica-- via 's The Phantom Agony album. Clearly patterned on Jansen's former band, Epica fuses his deathly croaking with the angelic tones of a classically trained mezzo-soprano named Simone Simons, over a lush foundation of symphonic power metal.
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    Mooguktilar 30.08.2019
    The Phantom Agony is the first full-length studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band Epica. It was released in by the Dutch label Transmission Records. It is the first album recorded by guitarist Mark Jansen after his departure from the band After Forever. On this album, Mark Jansen continues with the collection of songs that make up "The Embrace That Smothers".
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    JoJolabar 05.09.2019
    The Phantom Agony did nothing to impress me on first listen, and further listens have done nothing to elevate it for me. To understand The Phantom Agony better, one must look at the events surrounding it. Epica mastermind Mark Jansen left the well-known After Forever in , and this album was released in , so it is of little surprise that.
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    Sakasa 05.09.2019
    Sep 24,  · The Phantom Agony is taken from the EPICA album The Phantom Agony EPICA Music and merchandise: tergisuresssurdoubtthoucertirethacde.co EPICA music from iTunes: http://smart.

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