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Band: Merciless Album: The Awakening Year: 1990 Genre: Death/Thrash Metal Country: Sweden Label: Deathlike Silence Lineup: Rogga - Vocals Karlén - Bass.
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The Awakening is the debut album by the Swedish death metal band Merciless. The original album was recorded in Summer 1989 but was not released by Deathlike Silence Productions until February 1990. The original press was limited to 1000 CDs and LPs and is now considered one of the most rare and expensive albums in heavy metal collecting. It was later re-issued in 1999 by Osmose Productions with a different color cover and four live bonus tracks.
Merciless is the fourth album of the Swedish death metal band Merciless. It was released in 2003 after they re-united. Cleansed By Fire" – 3:13. Violent Obsession" – 4:41. Cold Eyes Of Grey" – 3:08. Burn All The Way" – 2:31. Unearthly Salvation" – 3:56. Painless End" – 2:16. Mind Possession" – 4:40. Fallen Angels Universe" – 3:11. In Your Blood" – 6:51. Erik Wallin - Guitars. Roger "Rogga" Pettersson - Vocals. Peter Stjärnvind - Drums
The Plan is the eleventh studio album by The Osmonds, released in 1973. The album contains songs that are about the Mormon faith; its name derives from the Plan of Salvation, a key tenet of the Mormon faith. It reached number 58 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. Two of the album's singles, "Goin' Home" and "Let Me In", both peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album's third single, "Movie Man", did not chart.
Album Name Merciless. Data de lançamento 16 Setembro 2003. Labels Black Lodge Records. Estilo de MúsicaThrash Death. Membros têm este álbum22.
Following up 2012's The Glorious Dead, Hurt & the Merciless is yet another self-produced effort that purportedly found the bandmembers revisiting their early demos for inspiration. If getting a live, rough demo energy was the goal, then the Heavy have succeeded. While the album never sounds lo-fi, the production nonetheless has the taut, confrontational energy of a basement punk show or old-school juke-joint performance.