Obscure and Deep


Obscure and Deep
Obscure and Deep
Álbum de Belpegor
Publicación 1994
Género(s) Blackened Death Metal
Black metal
Duración 9:54
Discográfica Perved Taste
Cronología de Belpegor

Bloodbath in Paradise
(1992)

Obscure and Deep

The Last Supper
(1994)

Segundo Ep lanzado por la banda de Austria Belphegor en el año de 1994, con la disquera Perved Taste.

Lista de canciones

  1. Obscure and Deep - 04:13
  2. Bloodstained Ritual - 02:49
  3. Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath - 02:52

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