Old Man's Child - Slaves Of The World

7.7 | 153 votes |
Release date: 19 May 2009
Style: Symphonic black metal


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01. Slaves Of The World
02. Saviours Of Doom
03. The Crimson Meadows
04. Unholy Foreign Crusade
05. Path Of Destruction
06. The Spawn Of Lost Creation
07. On The Devil's Throne
08. Ferden Mot Fiendens Land
09. Servants Of Satan's Monastery
10. Born Of The Flickering [Re-Recorded Version] [Digipack Edition bonus]

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27.08.2011 - 19:46
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Is this a thrash black album or what? i was thinking of buying it but idk.
Written by Bad English on 02.07.2014 at 22:27

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14.06.2012 - 05:02
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Easily one of their most enjoyable albums, easily! Really encouraging too, seeing as all the recent Dimmu Borgir albums are shit.
It seems like there's more emphasis on the guitars, maybe that's because Galder's really the only main member participating on the record (and guitar is his instrument).
I still like "In Defience Of Existence" the best out of all, but this album is good too.
I love tr00 kvlt music just as much as any other BM fan, but I'm certainly not some black metal hipster who's not allowed to like new music! Good album.

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