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9 thoughts on “ Blood Dont Flow Streamlined - Vulture Industries - The Dystopia Journals (CD, Album) ”

  1. Oct 19,  · The Dystopia Journals, an Album by Vulture Industries. Released 10 September on Dark Essence (catalog no. KAR; CD)/5(5).
  2. Vulture Industries's songs: The Dystopia Journals. 2, I Hung My Heart On Harrow Squarre. Vulture Industries. Blood Don't Flow Streamlined. Vulture Industries. The Dystopian Journals. 0. A Path of Infamy. Vulture Industries.
  3. Vulture Industries - Blood Don't Flow Streamlined Lyrics: I shook the devils left hand, Felt his breath down my back. Gazed upon the dying gardens of Eden, Turned and took my own path. Have you never wondered whether your morality, Is a product of t.
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  5. Vulture Industries The Dystopian Journals (Dark Essence Records) Arcturus, A few other well-placed elements surface throughout the album, like the damaged, waterlogged piano at the start of “Blood Don’t Flow Streamlined,” or the morose violins that close out “Pills of Conformity.” None of these extra elements feel out of place.
  6. Tuesday 3rd August sees the release on vinyl of Vulture Industries’ “The Dystopia Journals”, on the US label Ragnarok Records. The vinyl version comes as a Double LP, limited to copies, in g vinyl with a g gatefold jacket and includes the bonus track “Ende”, and a double-sided poster.
  7. The Dystopian Journals by Vulture Industries - CD () for $ from pacrothocounttanwolfdastnetanryazarpay.xyzinfo Heavy Metal - Order by Phone Price: $
  8. VULTURE INDUSTRIES LYRICS. album: "The Dystopia Journals" () Pills Of Conformity Blood Don't Flow Streamlined A Path Of Infamy Soulcage The Benevolent Pawn The Crumbling Realm To Sever The Hand Of Corruption Grim Apparitions. album: "The Malefactor's Bloody Register" ().
  9. Vulture Industries aren’t exactly a carbon copy of Arcturus as they do use a few different techniques, but the results of these minor differences doesn’t do anything to hide the glaringly obvious fact that ‘The Dystopia Journals’ is heavily influenced by aforementioned avant-gardé greats such as Arcturus.

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