Skip to content

with you agree. something and good idea..

Category: DEFAULT

Moloch (4) - Universum (Vinyl)

9 thoughts on “ Moloch (4) - Universum (Vinyl)

  1. OUT NOW: Moloch / Legion Of Doom split 10" vinyl at Obscure Abhorrence Productions. black and deep blue vinyls. Get it direct from the labels, discogs or from the bandcamp of all involved.
  2. MOLOCH Universum 7'EP + TAPE. Blue 7'EP + Pro-tape + postcards, stickers, patch etc. Catalog: Tape. Vinyl. 7" Color 7".
  3. Apr 28,  · taken from "Moloch". released on vinyl through: Vendetta & Halo of Flies released on CD through: Yehonala Tapes theitoctiogetitigebearligyhylap.infoinfo https://angst.
  4. Moloch - Moloch - Vinyl LP - - US - Reissue kaufen im Online Music Store von HHV - Neuheiten & Topseller auf Vinyl, CD & Tape - Versandkostenfrei bestellen ab 80€!
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Evil / Moloch on Discogs. Label: Turanian Honour Productions - Turan • Format: Vinyl 7 Moloch / Evil - Evil / Moloch (, Vinyl.
  6. Человечье слишком овечье (Humane too sheeps) by Moloch, released 1. Клеймом судьбы ,9 (By the brand of fate ,9) 2. Смрад язвожизни (Stink of ulcerlife) 3. Puls eines schmerzlosen Universums* 4. Vor dem Kreis der Dunkelheit* This is the first official full-length album Moloch, as well as the first journey to experimental sound.
  7. Description Moloch was a blues rock band led by guitarist Lee Baker who only recorded a lone LP for Stax subsidiary label Enterprise. The song "Goin' Down", originally released on this album in , became a blues standard and was covered by Freddie King, Jeff Beck, Deep Purple, JJ Cale, Marc Ford, Bryan Ferry, Pearl Jam, Gov't Mule, Sam Kinison, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Satriani, The Who, Led.
  8. The Canaanite god Moloch was the recipient of child sacrifice according to the account of the Hebrew Bible, as well as Greco-Roman historiography on the god of theitoctiogetitigebearligyhylap.infoinfo is depicted in John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost as one of the greatest warriors of the rebel angels, vengeful and militant.. In the 19th century, "Moloch" came to be used allegorically for any idol or cause.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.Required fields are marked *