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Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on gold coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. With their 2009 release, Congregation of the Damned, the Southern California-based Metalcore quintet Atreyu blew all preconceptions out of the water, commanding us yet again to expect the unexpected. Not only is the record more like a well-crafted continuation of the minefield-strewn path they were on when they recorded 2006's A Death-Grip on Yesterday, it's filled with some of the band's darkest, most political material to date. Not only have Atreyu been fueled by their passion, they've been motivated by their determination to point out the ugliness they've witnessed all around them.
Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on gold coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. With their 2009 release, Congregation of the Damned, the Southern California-based Metalcore quintet Atreyu blew all preconceptions out of the water, commanding us yet again to expect the unexpected. Not only is the record more like a well-crafted continuation of the minefield-strewn path they were on when they recorded 2006's A Death-Grip on Yesterday, it's filled with some of the band's darkest, most political material to date. Not only have Atreyu been fueled by their passion, they've been motivated by their determination to point out the ugliness they've witnessed all around them.
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Congregation Of The Damned [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) (Gol)
Artist: Atreyu
Format: Vinyl
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Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on gold coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. With their 2009 release, Congregation of the Damned, the Southern California-based Metalcore quintet Atreyu blew all preconceptions out of the water, commanding us yet again to expect the unexpected. Not only is the record more like a well-crafted continuation of the minefield-strewn path they were on when they recorded 2006's A Death-Grip on Yesterday, it's filled with some of the band's darkest, most political material to date. Not only have Atreyu been fueled by their passion, they've been motivated by their determination to point out the ugliness they've witnessed all around them.
        
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