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8 thoughts on “ The Fog - Goatlord - Reflections Of The Solstice (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Jun 04,  · The Fog; Artist Goatlord; Album GOATLORD - THE FOG YouTube; Goatlord - Sodomize the Goat Goatlord Reflections Of The Solstice - Duration:
  2. LP comes on black vinyl in a gatefold jacket and includes a 24'' x 24'' poster. Die hard version limited to copies and comes with bonus 7'', patch and sticker. Recording information.
  3. (Description by C. Conrad) After Goatlord agreed with JL America to release a second version of their debut album, "Reflections of the Solstice" (but this time simply renamed "Goatlord"), the band recruited vocalist Chris Gans to permanently replace Ace Still, who had left prior to the recording of the album but resurfaced briefly to record vocal tracks for it.
  4. May 12,  · Often heralded as the first band in the business to play doom/death metal, Goatlord is a legendary band from Las Vegas that formed in The band released a series of demos between and , with ’s Sodomize the Goat often heralded as a landmark release in certain ballanaranuadakelvgukree.xyzinfotions of the Solstice, Goatlord’s debut full length album, which was initially released .
  5. Apr 25,  · Artist: Goatlord Album: Reflections of the Solstice, CD CD: Turbo Music - LC Country: United States Track: 3 *Mitch Harris (Napalm .
  6. This album contains 9 songs that were recorded after Reflections of the Solstice but were unreleased until now. The limited LP version comes with a second vinyl with 7 additional tracks of unreleased, live, and cover material. Tensions ensued between the band members which led to Goatlord's dissolution in
  7. Features guest backing vocals by Mitch Harris (Napalm Death) on three songs. Taking influences from Bathory (vocals) and Hellhammer (doom), Goatlord created some of the most cult recording on this album. LP is heavy vinyl with a gatefold jacket and 24" x 24" color poster/5(4).
  8. Detailed Description (Description by C. Conrad) After Goatlord agreed with JL America to release a second version of their debut album, "Reflections of the Solstice" (but this time simply renamed "Goatlord"), the band recruited vocalist Chris Gans to permanently replace Ace Still, who had left prior to the recording of the album but resurfaced briefly to record vocal tracks for it.

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